Currently in the Grid, the GroupHeaderTemplate can create just one cell. I'd prefer to have option to have columns in the group header like it is implemented in the jQuery Grid. Check it here https://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/grid/aggregates This option will be handy for displaying aggregates in a group header.
I requested help in the Forum for an example of using JSDO in a Service under Angular for my grid.component.ts
Please look into building some sample source for an Angular / JSDO Service component.
I am currently using the Conversational UI component as my app's chatbot.
I have implemented something custom so that the chat is not always rendered, but it is not actually the desired result. Looking at the Conversational UI's API page, if I'm not wrong, I couldn't find anything like that (for instance, any "closable" property or anything similar to that).
Is there any way to have something like a proper "chat button" in order to show/hide the chat (or at least have just a X icon-button inside the chat to be able to close it)?
When assigning data to a grid dynamically (ie: not specific columns to a grid) the Grid Columns should autosize to the width of the headers. Currently the only workaround is to use grid.AutoFitColumns() and wrap it in a timeout function. This causes erratic jumps in grid rendering and looks unprofessional.
Users should have the option to set gridColumnAutosize = true in the grid component. Then if users dynamically assign the grid data source without explicitly assigning columns then the grid columns will autosize to the width of the column header name.
Here is an example of the grid trying to squeeze in all data into the visible area. When it should autosize and create a scrollbar for anything that cannot fit on the page.
Scrolling like this : http://legacy.datatables.net/release-datatables/examples/basic_init/scroll_y_infinite.html Say you have 100.000+ rows of data. With classic or virtual scrolling, you allow your user to go to the last page very easily. It ends up with huge skip parameter, and disastrous load times from the DB. You don't want users to be able to run queries which are at the same time useless and very time-consuming server-side. What you really want is for your user to be able to browse a bit of the data with fast queries, and if he wants something else, he should filter data. Infinite scrolling gives him just that feeling.
Is it possible to add a duration input control in format HH. I´m not talking about a time picker, but a way to choose how much time will last doing something.
The value could be in minutes or hours (fractional minutes).
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I need access to Sketch support files containing the existing UI elements for Kendo for Angular so that I can create comps for my design. Ideally this would be a collection of sketch symbols that match the current Kendo UI design.
When grouping one column on a large table, all rows (groups) are expanded by default which consumes CPU/memory. Render time grows. Please add bool property defaultCollapsed. In this case grid would not expand all rows(groups) by default. Current work around is to call collapseGroup, but performance would be a lot better if rows could be collapsed by default.
We have a case with a chart with values: Date-Value that only applies to working days.
Non of the current options of missingValues ("gap" | "interpolate" | "zero") suits us. Interpolate is the closest option but it pretends to have 2 additional points (Sat & Sun) between Friday and Monday while we prefer just to connect directly Friday and Monday so both label and chart-line shape showns that 4 weeks (28 days) data based chart is based on 20 points and not 28 points (20 real points and 8 interpolated points).
Can this be achived currently? If not can you extend missingValues with additonal option (eg. "ignore") to do as explained above?
Please provide an opportunity to show a full week available on the Calendar component, even if the end of the week falls on the following month, e.g.:
Same goes for days from previous month, falling in the start week of the current month.
Thank you in advance.
The grid component already has the functionality to resize and reorder columns by the user, but is missing functionality for saving an restoring columns configuration, so that changes done by the user are lost after a page change.
There is the Persist the State article in the "How to section" in the documentation, but the described solution is only applicable when adding grid columns by using *ngFor. When defining columns in the markup, due to extensive usage of templates (kendoGridColumnMenuTemplate, kendoGridFilterMenuTemplate, kendoGridCellTemplate, ..), there is no reasonable solution available.
Provide methods, similar to the jQuery grid, to save and restore columns configuration. This should at least include the column's order, width and sort.
PS: This is not a duplicate of the feature request Add persistent state for grid (and other components). The latter one has been marked as "Completed" but does not include the needed functionality.
The example does not work: