I'd like to see a Drag And Drop manager functioning something like the AJAX manager. You can select controls that can be draggable and then define drop targets for them. Things it might include: * Constrained movement, either X, or Y or within a boundary. * Init distance. Eg. you have to drag an object 20px to start moving it. * Drag handle. * Snap. to grid, or elements
In it's current state the RadButton only emulates the looks of a SplitButton, but not the behaviour. In my point of view, such control should prove valuable to customers. More over, there is a growing need of base controls since we already have a at least three such implementations. A RadSplitButton should be the base (or it's base should be the base) for all control specific implementations of a split button
The new scaffolding capabilities in ASP.NET web forms are great for productivity. I'd like to see Telerik-specific scaffolding that substituted Telerik controls.
Respectfully recommending a guide feature for new users for our Application (Something similar to what this website does https://shepherdjs.dev/) Users can essentially step through controls we have on the page and we have a small verbiage/info for them that is easily digestible.
Would help tremendously on onboarding new users and documenting new features.
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.
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
I don't know what you call this button but it is a crossover between a drop down list/mega menu and a button. Very simple example: Google's "More" button across the top next to News/Videos/Maps and then there is the "More" button with the other options. https://www.google.com/#q=dog Next example: Your site! The skin selecting drop down: http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/grid/examples/overview/defaultcs.aspx The option for a full fluid width like this would be nice along with the possibility of a fixed or fitted width. I also really like the animated arrow up/down. But the mega menu example is Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/ Their buttons/drop downs in the top right for "Your Account", "Try Prime", "Cart", and "Wish List". These are beautiful and would be great functionality. It would also be ideal if the button/link itself that triggers the drop down doesn't have styles like the skins so they can easily be integrated into a website's existing navigational items and site design.
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
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
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.
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
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.
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.
So you don't have a dedicated place to put this so I'm placing it here with the hope the right person get it. I don't use the MSI to do my updates because I hate my controls being placed into ind folders that you came up with. I constantly find myself rummaging through them looking for the correct control. HOWEVER.. if I manually DL them and ref the DLL and create a folder of my own making all the controls flow in in alphabetical order and I can get to the exact one I need instantly. If the MSI can be changed to ask me for how I want them placed into VS so that happens I can then DL the MSI and get all the other features I lose doing it this way. After talking with CS/Tech support the asp.net/Core is for MVC type applications. I'd like to suggest dropping the word "core" and changing it to MVC to avoid confusion. So hope this gets to the right set of eyes. Cheers!