I've been waiting for a few months now to swap to blazor, but one of the things that's currently holding us back is that the filter row can't be used together with the column menu.
I've always found this to be strange, since it's supported in the Angular and MVC versions, which we currently use.
Our users never filter via the column menu, always via the filter row. They hide/lock their columns via the column menu and sometimes sort.
This functionality is thus critical for us.
I can't find any feature request for it, nor any planned roadmap item.
Will this ever be supported because if not, we're gonna have to start looking for alternatives.
User types in an input string, but they have to click 'ok' with the mouse to proceed - typing enter does nothing
If you're going to enable using external icon/font libraries seamlessly across all Telerik components, every component that has a Icon parameter needs to implement an IconClass parameter too. Another case-in-point is the TelerikNotification NotificationModel model class. It has an Icon parameter, but no IconClass parameter.
Is there a way to apply an IconClass parameter for the Font Awesome library to the TelerikNotification component in a dynamic manner (i.e., a method that does not hard code the icon class in css, but instead takes any value for IconClass)?
Is it possible to use a different marker type other than the one provided by ChartSeriesMarkerType enum?
We would like to use a custom icon for some Scatter data but this doesn't seem to be supported out of the box. Please let us know if this is possible in the current framework, if not - can it be added as a feature?
For the most part, I think Telerik has the best library of Blazor controls and my team is happy with it. That said, the Time Picker control in particular falls short in terms of look/feel/user experience to some other libraries. In doing research for a project, most apps are using a clock-based standard. This results in less clicks and is more familiar and intuitive (especially on mobile). We would like to see a clock-based version of the time picker or an option to use this. Material also has a way to combine this with the date picker (to handle date time fields).
Is this (by chance) already in the works? I've included some examples below.
Material example: https://material-ui-pickers.dev/demo/timepicker
MudBlazor example: https://mudblazor.com/components/timepicker#basic-usage
Please create clean formatting button. It should work similar to the clean formatting button in the "Send Email" window in this demo https://demos.telerik.com/reporting/dashboard.
When you click the new button, if the text has any formatting (bold, italic, etc.), the formatting will be removed (the text will no longer be bold, italic, etc).
In the MultiSelect Component you have Item, Footer, and Header Template sub components. I see no way of providing a template for the selected items. This would be a very nice feature to have.
My specific use case it that I would like to add a tool tip to the selected tags.
Firstly, love what you're doing with your Blazor components. I'd like to be able to add custom style to your components. For example
<TelerikTextBox Style="margin-left: 20px" />
Now of course we should be using a class for this and I know your components have a Class parameter, however what I'd like to do is something like this
<TelerikTextBox Style="@CssHelper.Margin.Top(20)" />
where the style is generated at runtime. I'm experimenting with such an approach to apply all styles, however I can't do so with a lot of your controls. Having said that, I've noticed that your animation container does have something along these lines with its ParentInlineStyle parameter.
<TelerikAnimationContainer @ref="@AnimationContainer" Top="-72px" Left="calc(100% - 280px)" Width="300px" AnimationType="AnimationType.SlideDown" Class="k-popup" ParentInlineStyle="@Style">
So just wondering if this is something you're looking at doing?
The scheduler is an amazing component for Blazor, however with our designs we'd need to hijack one of the existing views and make a custom page from that which we don't really want to do if we can get this feature.
Custom Views would work just like any other view, but expose a <ViewTemplate> tag that would allow us to create our own custom view that can leverage on the power of the scheduler without doing anything hacky to achieve the same effect.
For instance a code example can be like:
<SchedulerViews> <SchedulerMonthView /> <SchedulerDayView StartTime="@CurrentDate"></SchedulerDayView> <SchedulerCustomView> <ViewTemplate Context="view"> <h1>This is a custom view for the @view.month</h1> <TelerikCalendar Date="@item.date" /> </ViewTemplate> </SchedulerCustomView> </SchedulerViews>
In Telerik UI for Blazar, when using Radial Gauge control we are facing below issue:
In applying a two color gradient to the gauge. (Ideally we need a blue and green at the ends and want the curve to be filled with the respective gradient color) – Couldn't find a direct way to implement gradient on the radial gauge, Instead I tried the work around of mentioning five different colors to the gauge area, I could see a small white line between each color range. Is there a direct way to apply gradient to the radial gauge or to remove these little white lines that appears between the color ranges.
I have created the Telerik REPL for this issue - https://blazorrepl.telerik.com/QmuqQFPp51q9XRbS07
Actual Output: Attached
Expected Output: Attached
I want to catch the user click on a shape and have the ability to change the color of that shape to show that it is selected. Currently, the OnShapeClick event does not expose such an option.
Please allow changing the shape color in the OnShapeClick event.
I want to place the Pager on top of the Grid. I know it can be handled with a Pager component integration in the Grid Toolbar, but I want to use the Toolbar for other purposes/actions. Please allow control over the Pager position.
It would be very useful to have a control like a dropdown datagrid. Like the one radzen has. With multiple columns paging etc.
Also in addition to this a treegrid dropdown would be one thing that would sky rocketed the component suite.