Last Updated: 12 Feb 2020 11:54 by ADMIN
It would be nice to be able to configure the stock chart's navigation pane the same way that regular charts are configured.  Options for multiple vertical axes, axis-crossing-values, label templates, chart types (line, area, column), and any other configuration options that standard charts/sparklines would have.
Last Updated: 12 Feb 2020 11:50 by ADMIN
Created by: Sudipto
Comments: 7
Category: Chart
Type: Feature Request


In our project, there's a newly revamped application and Kendo UI has been used for first time.

The Home page of our application has a bar graph and a donut graph. 

I am from Test Automation team and run OpenTest-Selenium tests on Chrome and IE browsers.

The problem described below applies to both, so to keep it simple I will describe for only the bar graph.


Reference isolated application: 


Problem Description Title: UI based automated tests run on Chrome succeed, but fail on IE for Kendo Bar Chart

Troubleshooting performed: In both browsers, we looked for the click event using the Browser Inspector

Observation: The click event is present in Chrome, but not in IE


I found an article in your site:


Is this the reason that you've no exposed this event specifically in IE?

(My understanding from this is that the Click event can be exposed, but is currently not done in the interest of performance).


Could you share any data on what is the slowness with how much data, so I could share it with our Dev team.

Because the number of bars in our application is only 4 (always) and volume of data gets reflected in the height of the bars.






Last Updated: 12 Feb 2020 11:49 by ADMIN
Created by: Douw
Comments: 0
Category: Chart
Type: Feature Request
Like a lot of companies we have multiple client side interfaces of a single application and have to create similar UI in multiple platforms.
For example I had to create a chart in both WPF and ASP.NET AJAX today.
The problem I have with the Telerik controls is that there are absolutely no standardization or consistency between platforms.
Why in the name of all-things-good-in-this-world are axes in WPF and ASP.NET AJAX and ASP MVC and Windows Universal Apps not all called the same thing?
It would be very simple to use interfaces to create some consistency between platforms.
Even better would be if Model Views are shared across platforms in a portable library:
PS. I could not find a feedback portal for all platforms, so have to log this multiple times.