I'am looking for an event like "onDeleting" in my multiselect box, so I can confirm it or not. The current "onChange"-Event triggers to late.
in the option from Grid this feature is missing
need a week number functionality in Kendo datepicker
In a treeview we have different model classes merged into a single model for consumption by the treeview. For example, an organization model and a person model. Based upon an attribute in the treeview model, we would like to present different templates. These templates would be set back on the server-side as the templates are stored in a database. The templates are designed by the end-users. Thus, when an organization row appears in the treeview, it uses the orgTemplate, and when the persons under the organization appear, they use the personTemplate.
There is no reason it should use the default maxJsonLength; especially since it is inaccessible to change.
It would be nice if grid could load edit and create forms from server side by get request.and then save them by post request. it would be much more easier if some fields in edit/create form could be saved without loading in grid. And also there would be much better control on load data if it is possible to check some conditions in edit form through server. At the end I suggest to change grid widget to: @(Html.Kendo().Grid<Model>() .DataSource(ds => ds .Ajax() .Read(r => r.Action("FillGrid", "Controller")) .GetCreateForm(c => c.Action("Create", "Controller", "Get")) .Create(c => c.Action("Create", "Controller", "Post")) .GetEditForm(u => u.Action("Edit", "Controller", "Get")) .Update(u => u.Action("Edit", "Controller", "Post")) )
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The Kendo UI Grid currently supports posting the rows in the grid back to the server with the rest of the form, but in order to do this you have to add ClientTemplates for each column, with a hidden input to store the value. If you want to use client-side validation with this setup, you have to add the validation attributes to the hidden inputs as well. In an ASP.Net MVC situation, this adds up to a lot of manual synchronization between the validation attributes that exist on the viewmodel and the corresponding columns in the view. It would be great if the grid could enable this type of behavior in a way that is more automatic and requires less manual synchronization between the viewmodel and view. For example, if there was some kind of MVC helper that would take the display expression and name for the hidden input and would generate it automatically, complete with the validation attributes from the property being bound to, that would be great.
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).
Please add IntelliSense support for Angular directives in Visual Studio 2013 so this won't cause the 'green underline' error message. <div kendo-grid="myGrid" k-data-source="customerDataSource"></div>
At present to get the nice kendo checkboxes you need a checkbox followed by a label, you can't do this in asp.net mvc because @Html.CheckBoxFor(x => x.IsEnabled) renders as: <input id="IsEnabled" type="checkbox" value="true" name="IsEnabled"> <input type="hidden" value="false" name="IsEnabled"> The solution is to use the kendo mvc dll, or possibly just make your own, but it would be much easier if the kendo ui code could just ignore the hidden input, or if the two controls could be linked via 'for', 'data-for', 'data-whatever'
Make DataSourceRequest and MenuItem objects serializable to support sql server session management. My suggestion is to make all these type of objects serializable.
Add some demos/samples for using MVC with VB particularly where Lambdas are involved in the C# example which stops them being converted to VB using the online conversion tools.
As a suggestion for future development, make Kendo compatible with RazorGenerator.Mvc per this link: http://blog.mirajavora.com/re-use-mvc-views-across-projects-with-razor-generator