Expressions (Blazor)

Expressions are snippets enclosed in a ${} block. Radzen uses expressions to display a suggestion list of the available properties (page properties and implicit properties).

Here are a few examples:

  • ${event.OrderID} - access a property of the event argument
  • ${getOrdersResult} - get the value of the getOrdersResult page property
  • ${DateTime.Now} - use C# code to initialize a new Date object
  • ${parameters.ID} - get the ID page parameter
  • ${Security.IsInRole("Admin")} - check if the current user is a member of the Admin role.

You can use expressions in the event editor (when handling events) and the property grid (when setting component properties).

Implicit properties

Radzen provides context specific (a.k.a. implicit) properties in its suggestion box. Those provide context-aware info - event argument, page parameters, template data item.


The event implicit property is available in the event editor. It represents the argument of the current event. For example the RowClick event of the DataGrid provides the current data item as ${event}. Thus one can access the data item properties like this ${event.OrderID}.


The result implicit property is available in the Then and Error events of the Invoke data source method, Invoke method, Execute C# and Open Dialog actions. It represents the result of the action. You can access the properties of the result like this ${result.value}.


The data implicit property is available in component templates. It represents the current data item. Again you can access the properties of the template data item like this ${data.OrderID}.


The parameters implicit property contains the parameters which the current page has been open with (either via the Open dialog or Navigate to page actions). Each parameter is available as a property of parameters - ${parameters.ID}.


The Security implicit property is a reference to the Radzen Security service.

Using code in expressions

You can use C# code in expressions: ${getOrdersResult.Take(10)}, ${data.Name.ToLower()}.

Omitting the ${} block

One can omit the ${} block of an expression it but has to be careful. Blazor uses a special syntax for component properties - all page properties should be prefixed with @ - @getOrdersResult. To be on the safe side prefer using ${} which Radzen knows how to transform for the right target - .cs or .razor file.