Hi guys, Do you think that the Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX suite should offer a Radial Menu? The control should optimize and facilitate the work on touch devices. You can find more detail for the control at: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Use-radial-menus-to-display-OneNote-commands-0d75f03f-cde7-493a-a8a0-b2ed6f99fbe2 http://beaucollins.github.io/radial-menu/ Thank you for your feedback!
Certain controls just add bloat to a page. Like the RadListView is a GREAT control to use inplace of the asp Repeater, but I find I often don't use it (or limit it's use) because it brings down 99.9% useless client scripts. Most of the time, especially in Sitefinity its a server-side render-only control. Just used to show data...we don't need ANY client manipulation.
Problem:If I used master page and put there RadSkinManager how can I used designer in page inherit from the master ? Solution:I can only use the designer in the page where the control is situated. Suugestion:Make proxy for RadSkinManager like RadAjaxManagerProxy
Hi, It would be so usefull a template or tool like codesmith or ironspeed to generate database-driven applications or at least a set of pages for CRUD operations where I can list the registers of each table/entity and edit it contents and Its relatives. Thanks Ángel.
An existing control looks like http://demos.devexpress.com/ASPxImageAndDataNavigationDemos/NewsControl/DataBinding.aspx Where this control would allow you to express the UI of the aggregated feed data, where as the feeds from RSS or LinkedIn, YouTube etc can be sorted, grouped, stared or shared. So ideally feeds can be added at run time. Personal settings could be saved using existing tooling. The ideal solution would allow the end user to customize their feeds. Ideally it would degrade well onto a mobile interface so you can flick thru all the feeds, flick to the left or right to dismiss or save. This is a bit more KendoUI
A new control that would respond to dynamic or highly relational data by showing relations to nodes would be extremely useful. Two examples are linked below: http://philogb.github.io/jit/static/v20/Jit/Examples/Hypertree/example1.html and http://www.visualthesaurus.com/app/view. The two examples show basic nodes and the ability for the end user to move through data to focus on specific data points and the map changes to show the relations stemming from that position. What would be useful to include would be the ability to define the points by some sort of type, and to colorize the points and/or connectors. The Telerik Diagram and Org Charts have a very basic type of relation - but are insufficient to map to the level of the examples. Where we would like to use this would be to map our software and services. Linking all dependencies and allowing a dynamic view of these would be extremely helpful. Our other business processes would most likely follow this example, where we could map our members to their services and costs, and rotate in on specific areas where we could focus on cost improvements.
Based on customer feedback, we should implement styles in the ribbon, say a class name, that when applied will truncate the titles of ribbon groups. Though by specification a group title should be short, that's not always possible. Having those styles will allow customers to have the groups being sized according to their content and not the greater of maximum of the content or group title
The new Flat skin for KendoUI is excellent and it would be great to have the same skin available for ASP.NET AJAX applications. I can see it being especially useful when faced with migrating older apps that use the AJAX controls over to Kendo.
For all controls that have a dropdown, there should be a DropDownSettings part. Namely, it should control: width, height as well as their min / max counterparts and css class. Perhaps z-index