If the Scheduler is placed in a parent container (for example Telerik Splitter or any other container) its appointments are not resized when resizing the pane. The Scheduler itself resizes accordingly, but the appointments don't.
After update to 2.27 there is a bug to scheduler with number of days and refresh.
You can check your live demo also:
The application users would like the scheduler to default to the work day view instead of the full day view.
Currently the only way to do this is to create a @ref to a property on my page and then override OnAfterRender to set the ShowWorkHours property to true. When examining the property I see that it is decorated with a HideFromApiRef attribute. Would it not be possible to change that to a Parameter so that the property could be set in the definition, or even bound to a variable?
<TelerikScheduler AllowCreate="@Editing" AllowDelete="@Editing" AllowUpdate="@Editing" OnDelete="@AppointmentDelete" OnEdit="@AppointmentEdit" OnUpdate="AppointmentUpdate" Data=…
The above line breaks only with AllowUpdate.
I default Editing false, then toggle it true in the hosting component and do a InvokeAsync(StateHasChanged).
The result is I can create and delete, but while the appointment hover cursor changes to the hand or arrows and I can see the handlebars to resize the appointment, I'm not able to update the appointment until I switch the SchedulerView. After switching SchedulerView updating works as expected.
Request either demo or functionality to either allow for "paging" of large scheduler data or functionality to utilize odata format for performance of scheduler data presentation.
My query even with just a year of data takes a few seconds to fetch from the database as well as several more seconds for the scheduler to process the data. Having functionality for changing views or switching days/weeks/months to allow for quick data updates from the back end would greatly improve overall performance.
A context menu event similar to the grid context menu would be useful for editing functions like cut/copy and paste.
You can use the item template to integrate context menus in the scheduler: https://github.com/telerik/blazor-ui/tree/master/scheduler/appointment-context-menu. This also allows you a lot of other customization options like adding tooltips and changing the appearance/information users see at first glance.
For a context menu on the slots - probably this item will expose a template for them so the same approach would apply.
I just wanted to know, if it's possible to use the timeline view in blazor as well (compared to asp.net core?).
And if so, how can I do it?
If not: are there any plans in the pipe for activating this feature?
Currently, you can only initiate editing/creating of an appointment in the Scheduler on double click. I'd like to be able to trigger these operations on single click.
It will be nice to have EditOn parameter to allow choosing if editing/creating will fire on single or double click of an appointment/slot.