We could use a new calendar control that works differently than the scheduler, or any existing calendar control.
Overview of features and how it would work:
Treat as an array so we could loop through the control and read each value for saving to database or to take action on from code.
Example shown below. This is dynamically creating using tables and HTML. Not the nicest looking, and a pain to reuse anywhere. We could make use of this type of control in a lot of applications.
Currently the Width of the Edit controls inside the inline Edit form of the Grid can be set only in pixels. In order to be able to implement a responsive layout the developer has to be able to set the width of these controls in percentage.
Can be observed in the Barcode - Barcode Types online demo.
Barcode Type: Code128
Required Value: IEö6014649
Resulted Value: IE996014649
In combo box once a value is selected there is no option to clear the selection. We can have an additional button outside the combo box to achieve the same.
This will require some additional coding.
Since this is a regular scenario why can't there be a property within the RadCombo Box that makes clear selection button visible next to the combo box drop-down button and does the task of clearing the selection?
MaxValue property is set to use the maximum value of int64: 9223372036854775807
Original value introduced is: 545445456456465454
Value becomes: 545445456456465000
This can be reproduced with the following sample:
When virtualization is enabled for RadGrid, NeedDataSource is called at every Post back with RebindReason = ExplicitRebind, regardless of the event target.
Steps to reproduce:Use the following Code snippets for the runnable sample and debug the NeedDataSource event while doing post backs using other controls. For instance, you can use the RadButton1 from these snippets to make a standard Post Back.