WebInput is a masked input component for ASP.NET 2.0 Web development offering features such as display and edit formatting, character highlighting, validation and comprehensive support for most cultures available in .NET. WebInput provides excellent capability in formatting, masking and validating that works similar to the input behavior in Microsoft Access. Using WebInput, you can provide input in your Web application for entering fields such as Social Security Number, Extension, and Phone Number in any .NET supported cultures. You can use any mask format as long as it conforms to the Microsoft Access masking specification. WebInput 4 adds advanced data entry features for date and time input. The quick date selection lets you select a range of date with fewer clicks in less time. For more advanced date and time selection, WebInput 4 also introduces linked WebInput. WebInput.NET supports literally any browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Gecko based, etc.).
WebInput is also available as part of WebUI Studio 2010 R1 Premier.
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Published in Development Tool News & Software Component News, August 25, 2010