When using MVVM generated DropDownList input decorated with required attribute the validation message is not displayed upon validation.
Upon clicking Save the validation fails, as the first input has a required attribute, but a validation message is not displayed.
On failed validation, a validation message should be displayed.
Currently the scheduler widget determines the layout based on device type. Unfortunately this does not provide a fully responsive design. Modern day responsive websites should look good on any sized screen regardless of device type. There is also the issue that with new devices constantly coming out the list of devices being checked may become out of date quite quickly. Another consideration I have when I design an app is that one may not be viewing something full screen on a laptop or desktop computer. If this is the case then a page can look horrible due to the fact that an assumption is made on screen size because it is a windows device. I've also seen laptops with screens as small if not smaller than some tablets which also effects the screen size assumption.
Being web developer for a very long time I understand the complexities that would be involved in this change so I'd also like to provide an interim solution that may (but may not be) easier to attain. In working with your scheduler I had the idea of putting my own logic in to force moble/tablet view. I was able to accomplish this with very little code except that manually switching the mode (setting the mobile setting to phone or tablet) doesn't work for the scheduler. If that could be fixed it would at least provide a workaround for the above feature until you figured out how you wanted to handle it long term.
The Footer option of the UI for ASP.NET MVC Scheduler is disabled by default.
No footer is rendered.
The footer should be enabled by default.
Currently, it has to be enabled explicitly: .Footer(true)
The Scheduler's header container holding the dates and hours in the "Timeline Month" view is misaligning when the "Create new event" popup for the last event in the view appears on the screen.
There shouldn't be any misalignments when the "Create new event" popup appears on the screen
The Editor has an Encode option that when enabled allows Html tags to be submitted encoded.
This feature request is for a similar option in the Scheduler. A possible scenario could be an Editor nested in the Scheduler's custom editor. Currently the value of that field will be submitted not encoded regardless of the nested Editor's Encode option value. Having the option of enabling encoding of the values of the Scheduler fields would allow Html tags to be sent encoded.