It will be great to have a property in a raddock to automatically adjust its height/width to occupy the new space created when some other raddock in the layout is minimized. This will avoid the need for the user to adjust the height/width of the raddock which is still visible.
As we can find in telerik documentations, there are various controls properties that can be set from web.config. Like skin, render mode, etc. It is done with a list of keys under <appSettings> section in the web.config. See link below. https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/aspnet-ajax/general-information/web-config-settings-overview#control-properties-you-can-set-from-the-webconfig My sugestion is to add in this list the localization path property. So we can centralize the resources files location for big projects, like a web site under IIS with many webapplication under one site.
Would it be possible to make the RadProgressBar fully functional at design time ? Currently any property changes you make in design time do not show on a form that's in design view Being able to set height, width etc and have it show in design time would be very helpful Thanks
I didn't realize this is the new trend till recently. And I just found the 360 cameras are getting cheaper and cheaper with more features. Among many other models to shoot 360 Photos and Videos, the Ricoh Theta S and Samsung 360 Gear (2017) are just around $200-$300 ! I have learned YouTube supports 360 Videos but NOT 360 Photos. FB supports both I think but it is not easy to let us embed them into our own sites. So if Telerik came out with a new Control to support these needs, it will be very great ! Thanks much.
Hi, Make configuration wizards work even on high resolution screens with scaling. See attached screen shot. Regards, Patrik Johansson
Instead of utilising 3rd party jQuery or the boring old ASP client-side form/field validation why don't you guys develop your own that has nice look and functionality similar to this: https://github.com/posabsolute/jQuery-Validation-Engine and you could also include a password strength indicator like this while your at it: http://git.aaronlumsden.com/strength.js/#demo Not hard and it would nicely complement your current suite of tools, especially if it was styled from skins.
The functionality for strongly typed model-bound controls provides a significant boost in re-usability and ease of development. The documentation and support for this feature is, for all intents and purposes, non-existent. Please provide demo applications for each data-control capable of model binding with full code showing how the make the feature work. Capabilities should include common usages such as placing a drop-down list into a radgrid row, CRUD, filtering, and data-annotation and validation.
http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/editor/examples/overview/defaultcs.aspx <table> <tbody> <tr> <td>test1</td> <td> <p>test2</p> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> Expected: https://www.screencast.com/t/ttBoNadV Actual: https://www.screencast.com/t/0rovtQC8OW
When we create a link to an external web site such as www.cnn.com using the RadEditor (188.8.131.52) on our SP2010 farm we are getting an error that says this: "cannot find this location in the current site location" "the URL may refer to an external web site for to a location in the site collection that does not exist or you do not have the right to access" When I bring up a browser on the SharePoint server themselves I can access those sites.
A functionality that will enable users to scroll into a specific node or item of the RadOrgChart on initial load of the page holding the control
Possible BreadCrumb integration with RadMenu and Orgchart: http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/menu/examples/programming/showpath/defaultcs.aspx http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/orgchart/examples/applicationscenarios/drilldownwithbreadcrumb/defaultcs.aspx
It would be great if you had a theme/skin for all products, that one could mock-up the page and print it out, but that it would look as if is just some sort of a drawing or sketch. Once the page was moved from design to development one could change the theme/skin and it would look completely different. Phil
Create a tool that allows a powerpoint to be displayed in a web page. Extra bonus if it's able to include sound. It should have the usual controls at the bottom - forward, back, beginning, end. The powerpoint page would change based on user clicks.
The current filtering of the grid wastes a lot of screen space If for example I want to filter a column to have values between X and Y. the column width especially on date column will need much more space for the filter than for the data actually shown. On the current filter of the grid the user cannot filter on columns he is not seeing My proposed implementation is simple but should work: The control will be similar to the Menu control and will render just like in the video two lines of filters: static and optional. It will have a filters collection. Each filter will have these basic properties: 1. AlwaysDisplay - if true the filter is always displayed and cannot be removed. 2. Displayed - if true the filter is displayed. if not it is displayed on the static list last button as an optional filter 3 Type - Can be single value, Multiple values (checkbox list), Single date, Date range, Textbox (for free text search in all of the columns). obviously with needed properties for values etc. 4. Text - the name of the filter 5. The actual property to filter by * pressing each filter will display a popup similar to the Custom menu sample with the needed filter type. selecting the value will update the filter text shown. * the static filter list will show a button for optional filters which can be shown on the line below. filters on the optional line can be removed with a click on a X button * all UI changes (adding/removing filters) should be on client side so the control will be very responsive. * over time filters can evolve so that the date range filter popup for example can show except for the obvious option of from X to Y other options for the user (e.g. last X weeks/days/years) and other ideas shown on the video I sent you The result the control produces is a LINQ expression which can be applied to the data source in a LINQ Where statement (my usage case) or other values (SQL where statement) that can be used by other users. The proposed new control has the following advantages: 1. It can be positioned anywhere 2. It can show fixed filters and optional filters 3. It can filter based on columns not visible on the grid 4. Optional filters can be removed quickly with the X button which provides faster change of filters for the user. The end result of this filter is a much easier UX for filtering data. it uses far less screen space and is modular enough for future columns and to filter data sources for things other than the grid