The NuGet packages should not install directories into the project. If these directories are not needed when referencing the dlls traditionally, I can't see why they are needed with the Nuget package. Adding nuget references to ASP.Net AJAX in a non-website/application project results in a silly set of directories. Like, if you want to write a plain assembly that simply uses the Telerik controls in a Server Control. An install.pl file should handle any web.config alteration on install. The
Examples: http://demos.telerik.com/silverlight/#Treemap/AbsoluteValueBrushColorizer Add your own example or features you would like a treemap control to have by commenting below.
This diagramming tool can provide a toolbox with different models that can be dragged onto the canvas, edited, resized, rotated, etc. Additionally a hierarchical model can be implemented that link different models on the diagram.
You need to support touch capabilities in your ASP.Net controls. Drag and drop and swiping are critical to my apps that I build for the PC. With Windows 8 and touch screen monitors now prevalent, you need to support them!
I want it to be possible to use declarative localization for PagerTextFormat property in RadGrid Control. Currently the only way is by using code behind.
Instead of pages like this, which exist for every control and aren't very helpful: http://www.telerik.com/help/aspnet-ajax/scheduler-appearance-skins.html I think the skins page should actually render the control and allow developers/designers to select a skin from a drop down to properly demonstrate how the control appears in that skin. The logic behind this is somewhat similar to the property explorer pages. As with the property explorer pages, the RenderMode should also be selectable from the proposed skin page because it affects the way the skin is rendered. Without this feature I find myself starting a test page, typing in a skin name, save changes, load page, new skin name... repeat, repeat. Please add this feature to make this process a whole lot easier.