When user click on Edit/Add call custom url. To this url automate pass the ID(or viewModel for ASP.NET MVC) of current record (null if it's new record). This url have to return partial view for edit(or add) form (like template).
html select has a groupoption tag, and also the possibility to add classes or styles to indivual rows in a combobox. With it, you can combine the items in a combobox in groups/categories. Styling could ofcourse be done by using custom-templates
It would be nice to be able to set options other than the window's title and set events on the window that is exposed by the grid editing options.
It doesn't seem possible to set the width or height of gauges through the MVC server wrappers. This is useful functionality that should be easy to implement.
I am restoring the filter for a Kendo Grid in a Controller from a stored filter string. When there is an exponential (e.g. 1e-9) as a value, FilterDescriptoractory.Create() throws an exception "Expected RightParenthesis". Looking at the filter string it seems to have the correct number of parentheses.
On some occasions exponentials work but I can not determine under which. Under which conditions will exponentials work in filters?
var filterString = "ShipName~eq~'ShipName1'~and~(Freight~eq~0~or~Freight~gte~1e-9)~and~ShipCity~gt~0";
var filters = FilterDescriptorFactory.Create(filterString);
Currently, when an event that is grouped by multiple resources is dragged, it automatically updates the selected resource data with the one that corresponds to the drop target.
The more appropriate behavior would be to be to automatically preposition the event for the rest of the selected resources.
Using the MVC wrappers to style checkboxes and assign bindings works well except for the visible binding. the style is applied to the hidden input rather than the created styled label.