Bootstrap popularity is growing each day, not just as a flexible grid system, but for it's skinning capabilieties as well. There are dozens of sites with both free and priced Bootstrap skins.. It would be nice to have a skin for rad controls wich maps straight to default Bootstrap classes. So that just using the bootstrap skins (+ base Telerik controls skin) will also theme the rad controls and changing the Bootstrap themes of course changes the controls theming. I guess that option to have a "straight" mapping of the rad controls to the bootstrap default classes so to be able to take advantage of bootstrap themes would be a great addition. ===================== Updated by Telerik admin on 10.4.2017: The status of this highly demanded feature has been updated to Declined, but you can find details what has been done during the years for satisfying this request: Since the markup of the controls does not offer direct mapping for the Bootstrap v3 and v4 themes and classes, we introduced a new Bootstrap skin for the suite based on Bootstrap 3 component colors, metrics and appearance. This skin can be easily customized in the Theme Builder (http://themebuilder.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax) in terms of colors which allows you to create Bootstrap like appearance for Telerik Ajax components which matches the colors of your Bootstrap apps and components. If you have any other requests for Bootstrap, don't hesitate to share them with us. =====================
I think you may consider the following similar type of control(s) in future release. I think the following is a good fit for use between a BI solution and standard reports. It gives regular users some flexibilities to generate ad-hoc queries within an application. http://demo.easyquerybuilder.com/asp-net-ajax/
Improve RadGrid's grouping, to get more items from the next page, when group in the current gets collapsed.
You're working on a cleaner css3 approach, however sprites are still resource being downloaded...it's be great if the controls we're using on our page had iconography consistent with the site theme *automatically* instead of needing to use a custom skin. Can you please implement a clean fontawesome enabled skin? So instead of referencing a sprite and background position you instead would set :before or :after and content="\f002". This makes the resulting resources much lighter...as there's no sprite (retina ready by default) ...it'd be up to us to have fontawesome loaded on our page. (Teampulse uses fontawesome, and they have at least 1 radgrid) http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/icons/ Steve
I would like to suggest a new control build from the same paradigm as the RadSocialShare. The control should enable a website to provide an easy way to setup shared sign up / login from different providers on your website. E.g. an easy way to let users sign up using their facebook account or Google account etc.
<telerik:RadMaskedTextBox ID="RadMaskedTextBox2" Runat="server" Mask="<0..255>.<0..255>.<0..255>.<0..255>" ZeroPadNumericRanges="false" PromptChar=""> </telerik:RadMaskedTextBox> Should render 192.168.1.1 instead of 192.168.__1.__1
The ASP.NET community really seems to be missing a proper property grid. The only example I could dig out was the outdated implementation on codeplex: http://propertygrid.codeplex.com/ I'd like to see one such implementation from Telerik.
We need the exactly the same control that the guys over in Silverlight have: http://www.telerik.com/products/silverlight/expressioneditor.aspx I am in desperate need of this control in the ASP.Net platform.
Column width can be manually set via ExportInfrastructure.Column.Width, however, the width cannot be set to be based on the width of the column's cells' content. An auto-size property on the columns would be very useful for properly formatting the Excel file.
Currently, if a RadWindow is maximized, then minimized, then restored it will get the dimensions it had before maximizing. A window in the OS will maximize if it had been maximized prior to minimizing and the RadWindow should have the same behavior.