Hi,It would be really handy to have an best practice identity provider UX
There are many ways to skin a cat, but it would be really handy to have a UI component much like you find in the ~/Account folder created by MS that all worked.
That had all the recovery logon by email working, having built in 2FA working.
The quick win would be to tell us how to write a 'Telerik Scenario' and where we can share them in Marketplace.telerik.com ?
Would like to show column grouping for a few columns in the RaddGantt.
Also, would like to add to the query, how can I have the Gantt chart with the dates shown vertically as in the image attached. I don't want the Week or Month name coming in the grouping. Just dates in the timeline view.
If RadGrid has UseStaticHeaders enabled, different HTML Tables are rendered and instructing JAWS to read the tables one by one will also read the Header. It would say Header with "n" number of columns and one rows, since the table has only one row and that is containing the Column Names.
It would be great, if the grid with Static Header could be made in a way that JAWS will only treat the grid as one Table instead of two separate tables.
I am using the "PostbackTriggers" property of the Upload control, as described on your web site article "How to Persist Uploaded Files". This works well for the situation where I need a postback on a control, but that control is not a "submit" control. The problem comes when I use one of the "submit" controls (listed in the PostbackTriggers property), but a server side validation error occurs, and the form data (including uploaded files) is NOT saved to the DB. (This is a type of validation that can only be done on the server side.) In that case, the upload control loses the uploaded file information. Thus two questions: 1. Is there a way on the server side to tell the control that an error has occurred, and to continue to persist the uploaded file information? 2. Is there a way for the upload control to ALWAYS persist the uploaded file information until told on the server side that I have extracted the information I need from it?
How do I enable required field validation on a radcheckbox list item when it is part of a radwizard? I want to ensure that the user selects at least one item but when I hit the Next button to go to the next Wizard Step, it does not fire but proceeds to the next Wizard Step. Is this as designed? Please provide assistance or some white paper article that can help.
It will be nice to have a countDown control with all the client/server events and the suite skins, which will enable the developer to show a visitor with a timer to complete a task (like finsih a purchase with a guranteed price for few minutes) and call a web service when the timer got to zero, and show a message to the client (with integrated Notificatoin object) about the price (changed or staed the same etc.) and let the developer decide if he wants to start the timer again or not. Thanks, ilan.
Some of the Red controls can be used for server side only (no UI). I typically use RadGrid to perform something that it is good at (grouping and arranging data) then export it to Excel. So if the UI is actually and output file this can be very handy, why have a web interface if you are actually created a report of some kind. You had a Reporting tool kit, but times have moved on to Self Service and PowerBI type tools. It just seems that you have a lot of code in DLL that could be repurposed for process pipelines, not for a web interface, tho the final results could be reused there.
As part of the Fall Creators update, Microsoft are releasing SDKs for their Fluent design system for UWP app design. It would be great if Telerik could expand their skins to include controls designed to mimic the look and feel of the Fluent design including, where possible, Acrylic, Parallax, and Reveal. I believe that light or dark themes will be standard on the Fluent design, but users will be able to incorporate the their accent colour preference. So, at the least it would be great to have fluent light, and fluent dark skins with an easy method of similarly changing the accent colour. Of course, not all of the functionality of UWP will be possible for ASP.NET AJAX, but since Fluent is likely to become the new standard for UWP app design, I believe that users will come to expect similar skins in their web-apps. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uwp/layout/design-and-ui-intro for more info.
Hi, Most of the telerik ASP.NET control examples while looking *really beautiful* are also hard to read / understand for beginning programmers like me :) Why not add a truly minimalistic example per control that *only* shows the core functionality for each control? grtz, Theo
I know that you have developed a RadBook, but only for Silverlight and WPF, which limits the visualization in devices in which it is not possible to install that plug-in or OS, so it would be good to have an HTML5 type control for ASP.NET UI with all the functionality of a Flip Book, and that the control can read a list of images, PDF, Office files, and other. Thank you.
Update data values using drag and drop directly from the chart, something like this: https://forio.com/app/powersim/powerwall/energy_consumption_details.html A lot of customers would have this functionality without changing the HTMLChart controls.
The Telerik Bootstrap skin looks like it is Bootstrap, but it is not. While it is easy to override a Bootstrap style to customize something, every time we do we end up on a support ticket to figure out how to make the same override in the skin. One common area this comes up is the form sizing. In Bootstrap, you can use a CSS class .form-group-sm to easily make the form controls smaller. (There are several other classes as well for controls and form groups.) The Telerik controls, like radCombobox or DatePicker do not honor this style, you need special Telerik CSS to get them to size. The Bootstrap skin should have CSS included in it that handles when the Bootstrap control size classes are used. That way when a Telerik control is placed in a div with .form-group-sm etc. it will automatically resize itself accordingly. ref: http://getbootstrap.com/css/#forms-control-sizes