Using .Net Core 3.0
ToDataSourceResult raises an exception if the DataSourceRequest has Aggregates
the exception says that there is no constructor with the following signature:
Void Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.CSharp.CSharpCompilationOptions( Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.OutputKind, Boolean, String, String, String, Collections.Generic.IEnumerable`1<String>, Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.OptimizationLevel, Boolean, Boolean, String, String, Collections.Immutable.ImmutableArray`1<Byte>, Nullable`1<Boolean>, Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.Platform, Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.ReportDiagnostic, Int32, IEnumerable<KeyValuePair<String,Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.ReportDiagnostic>>, Boolean, Boolean, Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.XmlReferenceResolver, Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.SourceReferenceResolver, Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.MetadataReferenceResolver, Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.AssemblyIdentityComparer, Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.StrongNameProvider, Boolean, Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.MetadataImportOptions, Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.CSharp.NullableContextOptions )
I traced the error down to the method that causes it :
CSharpCompilation CreateCompilation(SyntaxTree syntaxTree)
Due to changes in the ASP.NET Core framework and how the Authentication is implemented the MVC5 implementation of the SecurityTrimming option became obsolete.
It would be helpful if the following two options are added to the Telerik ASP.NET Core MVC Application VS template:
1. An option to enable Authorization in the project. It can be enabled in the default ASP.NET Core Web Application, but there is no option to do so in Telerik's template.
2. An option to choose whether CDN will be used for the Kendo UI client resources, or the required files will be registered locally.
Would like to request to bind Treelist from Datatable with dynamic type
And Totreedatasocure to accomidate for dynamic datatable rather tha at row of static table.
Implement Recurrence Rule Parser helper that uses the Scheduler recurrenceRule string and parses it in a usable format on the server.
There is already a similar helper for Telerik UI for ASP.NET Ajax.
Trying to attach an event to the Core Sparkline wrapper like this:@(Html.Kendo().Sparkline()
leads to a compilation error:
Error CS0121 The call is ambiguous between the following methods or properties: 'SparklineBuilder<T>.Events(Action<ChartEventBuilder>)' and 'SparklineBuilder<T>.Events(Action<SparklineEventBuilder>)'
While browsing the new components of UI for Asp Core, I found an Issue in the provided online sample (https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-core/ripplecontainer/index)
After transferring and moving items between the lists of "RIPPLE ON LIST ITEMS", the list display the raw HTML of the items. So, I provided a screen record reproducing the issue (https://pasteboard.co/I7Fx0AW.gif).
When certain options of the editable Window are set through configuration, they are not being serialized correctly:
Events (Open, Close, etc.)
Object doesn't support property or method 'syncReady' I am getting this error and not able to resolve that issue. I am using visual studio core and imported Telerik.ui.for.aspnet.core.trial. I also imported the js of Kendo.Ui.Core . but not able to resolve the issue. Please help
Provide support for the asp-page-handler attribute to call a handler in an ASP.NET Core 2.1 Razor page in addition to supporting controller/action methods.
Please add an option so that is possible to set Deferred rendering default setting to either true or false globally. Currently the default is false and can only be overwritten on a control basis and not globally. This would benefit those customers that have decided that all/most of the controls are rendered as deferred(true). Currently they have to append the Deffered(true) to each of the helpers.
Allow HTML comments & other tags to be mixed inside kendo tags; eg. I would like to use a <asp-partial name="_template" required=false asp-if="@User.IsInRole("role")> to inject settings/configuration of the kendo component
We are building our product using an ASP.NET Core MVC project and are very excited to use the Kendo UI Sass Template. We took a lot of time to integrate the Bootstrap Sass distribution into the project build process using Gulp and Node.js in Visual Studio to build and minify the Bootstrap Sass files so we have full control over the style and features included in our CSS files to maximize performance. Part of this process was to make sure we used the same exact process used by Bootstrap to compile the Sass into the CSS so our process did not introduce bugs because the Sass was compiled and minified using different options than the Bootstrap team. It would be greate if you could include options in the new project wizard to include the Kendo UI Sass template and the code necessary to build the CSS. Additionally it would be ideal if your Sass can be compiled and minified using the same options as Bootstrap so that if a team decides to combine and minify that code it will still work as expected. A bonus would be if you allowed the template to also select to use Bootstrap Sass alongside the Kendo UI Sass so that a project like this can be setup quickly with minimal effort on the developers part. Thanks for taking this into consideration, Bryan