As Razor Components are becoming the next generation of MSFT ASP.Net Core UI and Telerik is also developing new tool called Unite UX, it would be a huge UI design boost for us to visually design Razor Component pages and be able to do responsive test right at design time.
Telerik being a UI company, it's time to move forward with visual designer than writing HTML code in 2019.
I hope the team will give it a consideration.
Looking for feature parity with - https://www.telerik.com/kendo-react-ui/components/grid/data-operations/odata-server-operations/
Our grids / drop downs / comboboxes pull 1000s of items, resulting in JSON of 20mb+ if we pull all of the elements to the client. The OData server operations have greatly reduced what we send over the wire, and have worked amazing well in our current React application. Would love to have the same capability for Blazor client side. We are treating Blazor as a client side replacement for React/Redux, we do not want to run Server Side Blazor.
I am looking for the ability to display hierarchical data in the grid control similar to that available in the asp.net core grid: https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-core/grid/hierarchy
The current Blazor demo, runs as a client that is being hosted by a server side project. In the client project under wwwroot folder, there is an index.html there that acts as Blazor loader, with a fancy CSS animation and etc.
My suggestion for the RTM version of Telerik Blazor is to have something similar to this index page the we can use in out application that we can customize it a bit more.
I see a series of script files and links that many not needed for our apps.
It's just a thought and hope it can be done.
Tooltip is another one of those controls we use everywhere, would like to see a Blazor implementation.
Because https://feedback.telerik.com/kendo-jquery-ui/1360369-blazor-ooui is not closed I am now suggesting that you make controls for the Uno UI platform and Ooui.
Ooui and Uno are both known in context with Web Assembly and I think you should make controls for both.
You should also consider making controls for Ooui server side. If I could choose from all the worlds' options to build a web application, I would use Ooui server side, if it wasn't because of the lack of controls. The server side option is so simple to use and it was actually the reason Frank Krueger created it to begin with. He wanted a super simple way to display something on the web and he achieved that.
I have been playing with UI for Blazor a bit have have some minimal code working. I was wondering if is any rough documentation that at least lists the available attributes for KendoGrid, KendoGridColumn, RowTemplate, etc. Intellisense isn't popping up anything so I can't find what attributes are implemented. I know of KendoGrid: Data, Height, Sortable, Pageable, PageSize, and Page from the sample projects. For KendoColumn I am only aware of the Field attribute.
I'm not looking for detailed docs, as this is a very early preview, but if there is any way to at least find the names of the possible attributes, then I may be able to figure out how to use them myself.
Thanks and keep up the good work