I would like to be able to style, for example, all grids on my page with certain rules. Thus, if each component had a unique class in its top-level rendering I could use it to cascade through it.
This also applies to dropdown/popup elements (for example, be able to target the popups of dropdownlists).
Ideally, elements that have additional popups (like the dropdownlists) will also expose parameters like DropDownClass so I can add my own class to them and style them per instance, so I don't affect all other instances in my app.
Please add a splitter component like this:
In many cases users need to be able to specify a number which is easily visualized using a horizontal slider.
This allows the user to easily move the point to their desired location.
It can be helpful to allow this to also be constrained using a forced range selection.
Just upgraded to Devcraft complete and I needed a Progress bar and was not able to see it on the current controls.
Will you add a Progress Bar Control for Blazor? I want to use Telerik on all controls in my project as much as possible instead of pulling another control from the public nuget repository.
Currently there are 3 application themes: Default, Material, and Bootstrap.
These are nice and helpful however having 3 is quite a bit limiting.
I totally understand that a lot of people will and maybe should create a theme based on their own styles and preferences.
However I honestly think most people probably use a default theme and make small corrections to it in order to suit their needs.
Admin edit: We will be keeping here a list of the suggestions, add your comment which one you would like to see implemented - if it's not on this list, we will add it:
In WPF there are 20 or so styles.
Why only 3 in Blazor when the web is just as easy to style as WPF?
Please add a dashboard layout component.
ADMIN EDIT: There seems to be demand for such a component/feature, so we have re-opened it to gather feedback on what is the expected functionality and use cases. You can Vote for this, Follow its progress, and leave a comment with your expectations/requests. You can also review the discussion for some technical limitations that prevent an implementation at the moment.
ADMIN EDIT 2: The component will be similar to this one: https://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/tilelayout/index
I saw a few other posts that requested this feature which in all of the cases was denied saying to use Enabled instead...
The reason we need a ReadOnly state is because the user can not highlight to select the text to copy/paste if desired... that would be the reason we need ReadOnly vs disabled...
Disabled does not allow you to select the text to copy/paste...
For the Grid, is is possible to have a a SortField along with Field (that displays the data) in columns.
The SortField will be used instead of Field when sorting (if Grid is Sortable), like in WebForms: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.web.ui.webcontrols.gridview.sortexpression?view=netframework-4.8.
Maybe you want to sort data based on other values instead of what is displayed.
This could be especially useful for dates that have been formatted for display in Field
but you don't want to use for sorting because date and string sorting is not the same.
We use QueryableExtensions.ToDataSourceResultmethod to load some data in our component. And at some moment we need to cancel data loading. But ToDataSourceResult method doesn’t support CancellationToken. So we are forced to use a workaround and just ignore the task's result. But task is still executing and causing the performance hit…
It would be great if you implemented support for this feature!