Like https://docs.telerik.com/blazor-ui/components/combobox/custom-value and https://www.telerik.com/kendo-angular-ui/components/dropdowns/multiselect/custom-values/ so the user can input tags on their own without them being in the app data source.
The following sample may be useful in implementing this in the meantime: https://github.com/telerik/blazor-ui/tree/master/multiselect/add-new-item
I want to easily print the Scheduler calendar - month view, week view and more.
A possible approach for the time being is to implement printing functionality for the Scheduler in a similar fashion to how the Grid is printed here https://github.com/telerik/blazor-ui/tree/master/grid/print.
Here is a runnable sample that demonstrates the approach: https://blazorrepl.telerik.com/cnutklOC55T5sV0J15.
I want to add more fields to the scheduler create/edit popup. Currently, this is possible by creating a custom edit form. However, this customization would be easier if the Scheduler exposed a Popup Form Template similar to the Grid.
A necessary prerequisite for exposing this is to first add a State feature in the Scheduler. This will allow programmatic control over the edited item.
The 300ms default transition time for popups is too long for our app, and I would like an option to set it globally. It looks great on demos, but turns the interface into a sludge for doing real work.
The original solution to https://feedback.telerik.com/blazor/1469662-way-to-modify-default-values-of-animations-such-as-duration-and-delay-for-a-component-such-as-combobox (from 2020) allowed a default animation speed through css.
However, with the new PopupSettings approach, animation speed is hard coded into the style attribute on the .k-popup, thwarting any attempts to override it globally. Adding PopupSettings to all components in our app is hardly a workable solution. The only workaround I've figured out so far is to disable animations on .k-popups alltogether (by adding a "transition: none" to .k-input)
Adding the ability to fill in a PDF online in the PDF Viewer would open a lot of opportunity to the library.
The ability to fill-out, sign, and date would be great with a save callback, so it can be pushed to an API.
Please add a feature to export the grid to a PDF file.
We have made two examples you can use for the time being to get a PDF document from the grid:
Currently, the AdaptiveMode.Auto in Blazor Hybrid has to be defined at the component level.
It would be nice if it could be globally defined at the TelerikRootComponent level.
As an additional possibility...
The current ASP.NET Ajax Telerik Controls, there is a property for Rendering -- Lightweight mode, Classic mode, etc. This can be defined at the control level, the custom control level, the page level and globally in web.config.
It would be great if this property AdaptiveMode could be defined in a similar way -- control level, custom Blazor component level, Razor page level or global level. If I understand correctly, much of the specific CSS styling can be done at different levels in Blazor. This would be similar.
It would be nice to make the label container less than the width of the element so that it stands out more.
I know that it can be set to different colors and transparent but adjusting the width would be a nice addition as well.