I would like a node click event exposed from the treeview.
At the moment, you need to use a template. Example and considerations are available in the following forum thread: https://www.telerik.com/forums/row-click-and-double-click-events#PQpO8DcbzkCArF3UqoLcWA.
I would like to be able to supply a DataTable with an arbitrary amount of columns to the grid and display them all without declaring them all. This should also allow paging, sorting, filtering. At the moment binding to a DataTable is not supported, only IEnumerable collections are.
At the moment, here's the closest I can get, sorting and filtering throw errors so they are disabled.
It would be nice if I could specify an item in the inline editor (or any other for that matter) to get focus when the editor is activated.
Is this possible?
This will allow the dropdown to be large enough to fit a reasonable number of items without a scrollbar. Alternatively, you could limit it through a pixel value you can set, or through the MaxPopupHeight property if it gets implemented: https://feedback.telerik.com/blazor/1412653-maxpopupheight.
This is a request for a new feature that I haven't seen across all of the Telerik products.
A new control that makes use of the HTML Canvas to allow for inking within web applications.
Can be used for free hand writing (inking) on mobile devices instead of requiring online keyboard in limited real estate scenarios. Can use to implement signature blocks on forms, convert to text, etc.
At the moment, a second modal window does not "block" the first.
For example, a static variable in aTelerik Window class can be used to track the z-index and render the dialog and modal background with increasing values when a new one is shown.
If you have other suggestions on handling the situation, share them below. Also, comment whether you would like that static class/variable to be public so you can set its initial value.
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.
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.