RadFileExplorer only natively works with standard Windows files that are on the server. This precludes us from effectively using Azure's data structures, especially blob and the newer file types. With things like Webjobs where there is no standard file structure, we need the ability to access files that are stored in a shared space.
Steps to reproduce: http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/fileexplorer/examples/overview/defaultcs.aspx 1. Delete Flower3.jpg 2. Rename Flower5 to Flower3 Actual: The image with Flower3 name has changed to the one which was deleted
Such property will allow the developer to choose whether the warnings will be displayed as RadAlerts or standard browser alerts. In this way the built in WindowManager could be user for showing RadAlerts.
Please consider adding file editing into the RadFileExplorer (could leverage CodeMirror). Would be a great help to sitefinity to be able to edit the css or less directly on the fly in the fileexplorer.
FileExplorer built-in features I would like to see: 1. Support for UNC paths so that the root folder may be located in a network share as opposed to a folder under the application folder. 2. Support for sub-pathing so that it can be dynamically programmed to support direct display of target folder without having to navigate to the target folder 3. Built-in Delete function to complement the built-in Upload function 4. Optional display of checkbox column to allow for multiple selection for items to be Deleted or Downloaded 5. Built-in Progress Bar for Upload and Download functions