I would like to add a CSS-Class to some items in my TelerikDrawer control. Since the ItemTemplate only controls the contents and the Template is overkill as it overrides the rendering for the entire drawer contents, I was wondering whether there was any support for adding custom CSS classes to items (similar to how it is described for Angular here: https://www.telerik.com/kendo-angular-ui/components/layout/drawer/items/).
Drawer component does not have a persist content option (e.g. PersistDrawerContent="true")
I believe the drawer component should have the same feature as Tabstrip PersistTabContent="true"
It would be nice to have a handle feature within the rendered Drawer component that would expand and collapse the component.
For example, see the following screenshots.
could you add an Enabled Parameter (like in the Button Component) to the default databound values from a Drawer Item?
Of course I can handle this with a template, but actually I dont like to implement the whole item behaviour and the looks.
Ok, I a little bit lazy, but I think this would be a find addition to the feature set.
Mini mode is very useful for conserving valuable screen estate but with the drawer in mini mode the user only sees a group of icons.
How can I add a mouse-over/hover descriptive text for each of the mini-mode icons so that users don't have to expand the menu to see the one that they want? I really don't want to resort to jQuery but this is an example where it may be the only solution.
The Drawer component is excellent BTW.