Our O365 users see 'Excel on the screen' so it should behave the same, its Excel in a the browser - which means the Ajax controls are competing with this.
Which means our code is crap because there is a difference in investment between us and Microsoft, we are also burdened with the feature that uses are lazy and dont want to think for themselves, the computer is meant to do thier job for them (so why employ them).
We also use MS Teams here that allows Excel documents to be used in the Browser, Teams joins sharepoint and skype.
It would be nice to you to look how your controls might integrate with Office 365 tooling, there is enormous traction in the market with MS Teams and O365 so I imagine the AJAX document sources would need O365/azure examples soon.
It matters that you have a skin that allows users to perceive that this app is just like O365, and the same assumptions can be made about the UX, this lifts a lot of the burden for the developers in training, when the affordance of O365 App and Telerik Apps are the same.
I would appreciate a set of demo examples that connect in to Azure/O365 and equally Dynamics365 (BizTalk) because of the traction in the O365 space, the amount of process automation in businesses across the UK and Europe. So many of the Telerik controls looks like desktop controls, many are better it would be useful to show just how easy it is connect into O365, maybe create a Graph Query connector or a sample O365 connector that covers the CRUD operations for office docs.
Thanks in advance
We are evaluating whether to use Telerik to redesign a legacy web app written using an old version of Telerik.
After downloading Trial version on fresh install of windows, I can't add ajax control to form. `I am using visual studio 2019, this is the first version of Telerik installed on this computer. I just get the "Error Creating Control RadScriptManager1. They do show up in the toolbox so this surprises me.
Very latest version.
Could it be a license issue?
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A possible alternative color for the #0082CC blue can be #007CC.
I have a RadCheckboxList In an ASP Panel. When Enabling/Disabling the panel the CheckBoxList does not Enable/Disable. I tested this with a simple mock up with additional controls that work as expected:
<asp:Panel ID="TestPanel" runat="server" Enabled="true">
<telerik:RadCheckBoxList ID="WeeklyDays" runat="server" Columns="4" AutoPostBack="false">
<telerik:ButtonListItem Text="Monday" Value="2" />
<telerik:ButtonListItem Text="Tuesday" Value="4" />
<telerik:ButtonListItem Text="Wednesday" Value="8" />
<telerik:ButtonListItem Text="Thursday" Value="16" />
<telerik:ButtonListItem Text="Friday" Value="32" />
<telerik:ButtonListItem Text="Saturday" Value="64" />
<telerik:ButtonListItem Text="Sunday" Value="1" Selected="true" />
<telerik:RadTextBox ID="TestText" runat="server"></telerik:RadTextBox>
<telerik:RadDatePicker ID="TestDate" runat="server"></telerik:RadDatePicker>
<telerik:RadCheckBox ID="ToggleEnabled" runat="server" Text="Toggle Panel" AutoPostBack="true" Checked="true" OnCheckedChanged="ToggleEnabled_CheckedChanged"></telerik:RadCheckBox>
protected voidToggleEnabled_CheckedChanged(objectsender, EventArgs e)
TestPanel.Enabled = Convert.ToBoolean(ToggleEnabled.Checked);
Go to the Telerik demo at https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/textbox/overview/defaultcs.aspx
In the Comment box, type "one two". Do not let the textbox lose focus.
Highlight "two" and start to drag it to move it before "one". The other text ("one") will disappear, and is gone forever, as far as I can tell.
It can be also reproduced with this configuration:
<telerik:RadTextBox RenderMode="Lightweight" runat="server" ID="RadTextBox3" Width="200px" EmptyMessage="Enter comment" TextMode="MultiLine" Height="100px" Resize="None"></telerik:RadTextBox>
There seems to be a bug with the RadEditor "Find and Replace" feature. I have recorded a screencast available here documenting the issue and will also provide below the information written: https://www.screencast.com/t/MXFawxIPp
Expected: '<img' is replaced with '<picture'
Actual:'<img' is replaced with '<picture'
Notes:This seems to be an issue with encoding as < is a less than tag. As you can see in the video, I do not think there is a way to escape the character to allow it to be replaced correctly. If you have additional questions, please ask.
I have a problem with the deletecommand of the asp.net radgrid control (Telerik.Web.UI 2019.1.215.40).
This happens only in the latest release of Chrome.
I hope you can replicate this issue and eventually fix it.
Trying to use a web testing tool (Selenium) and using xpath is not always working. I was wondering if it would be possible to always add an ID property to controls, especially in drop downs etc. so that it can clicked properly.
This can be reproduced with the following sample:
This are note the ASP.NET Ajax releasenotes...
SlideView and PDFView are controls in the UI for Xamarin Forms
Request to addorder tracker component similar to the attached screen shot.
I'm using couple of Rad Editor controls in my webpart and using ToolProviderID for performance optimization. I'm initializing one rad editor toolbar from server side and using the same toolbar to provide other rad editors with their toolbar, Bascially I'm using ToolProviderID attribute to initialize other RadEditors, after doing this the Comments and Track Changes feature stop working although their options are selected in the toolbar. <telerik:RadEditor RenderMode="Lightweight" runat="server" ID="RadEditor1" EnableTrackChanges="true" EnableComments="true"> <TrackChangesSettings Author="AuthorName" CanAcceptTrackChanges="true" UserCssId="reU0" /> <Tools> <telerik:EditorToolGroup> <telerik:EditorTool Name="AcceptTrackChange" /> <telerik:EditorTool Name="RejectTrackChange" /> <telerik:EditorTool Name="AcceptAllTrackChanges" /> <telerik:EditorTool Name="RejectAllTrackChanges" /> <telerik:EditorTool Name="EnableTrackChangesOverride" /> </telerik:EditorToolGroup> </Tools> </telerik:RadEditor> <telerik:RadEditor ID="RadEditor2" runat="server" ToolProviderID="RadEditor1" EnableTrackChanges="true" EnableComments="true"></telerik:RadEditor> <telerik:RadEditor ID="RadEditor3" runat="server" ToolProviderID="RadEditor1" EnableTrackChanges="true" EnableComments="true"></telerik:RadEditor>