DragEnd event should be fired when user ends a drag. Now this event is being fired when user is moving element in only one component. I attach example in plunker. Please notice that there is event handler for dragEnd event. To test this please move colors in one pallete and between two palletes. https://plnkr.co/edit/yED4zBX9R7lf75jZnlrq?p=preview Best regards, Pawel
Hi guys, When can we expect RTL support for popup the component? The popups are used in various places on the platform (such as grid filter operators) and RTL isn't really supported until the popup supports it itself.
I'm wondering is it possible to have something closer to owl carousel (demo: https://owlcarousel2.github.io/OwlCarousel2/demos/basic.html)?
I have the following data: Price Downloads 59 10 62 15 69 30 70 10 75 25 78 30 I want to present the data in a chart in such a way that the Price are grouped together and the Downloads have their medians. So it would be: < 59: 10 61-70: (Median of 62, 69 and 70 above) 71-80: (Median of 75 and 78 above) X-axis would be the Price then Downloads on Y-axis. I can create the median but I just want to be able to group the X-axis.
I wish there was a way to build dashboard layouts easily by end users from a selection of widgets (components) configured by developer You have something like that in Sortable but that does not work with components and the user is not able to set the layout - initially you can think about using the Splitter control (that is planned to release) and later perhaps make it more functional by incorporating collapsible panels.
Component kendo-chart-navigator has to be usable also with other chart types not only stockchart. We think that could be really useful to move it from StockChartModule to ChartModule and find a way to use it in a new way! See for example: http://plnkr.co/edit/CYTIcQYcx3SqSLEFCA59
I should be so usefull to have something like that : <kendo-excelexport fileName="Reporting.xlsx" #excelexport> <kendo-excelexport-sheet sheetName="Products"> <kendo-excelexport-grid [data]="products"> <kendo-excelexport-column field="ProductID" title="Product ID"></kendo-excelexport-column> <kendo-excelexport-column field="ProductName" title="Product Name"></kendo-excelexport-column> </kendo-excelexport-grid> </kendo-excelexport-sheet> <kendo-excelexport-sheet sheetName="Stock"> <kendo-excelexport-grid [data]="stockFromWarehouseOne"> <kendo-excelexport-column field="ProductID" title="Product ID"></kendo-excelexport-column> <kendo-excelexport-column field="ProductName" title="Product Name"></kendo-excelexport-column> <kendo-excelexport-column field="Qt" title="Qt"></kendo-excelexport-column> </kendo-excelexport-grid> <kendo-excelexport-row></kendo-excelexport-row> <kendo-excelexport-grid [data]="stockFromWarehouseTwo"> <kendo-excelexport-column field="ProductID" title="Product ID"></kendo-excelexport-column> <kendo-excelexport-column field="ProductName" title="Product Name"></kendo-excelexport-column> <kendo-excelexport-column field="Qt" title="Qt"></kendo-excelexport-column> </kendo-excelexport-grid> </kendo-excelexport-sheet> </kendo-excelexport> One export, two sheets, on first sheet we have one grid, on second sheet we have two grids splitted by a blank row...
Similar to bootstrap btn-success, btn-danger, etc there should be different styling themes for buttons and other components.
Currently there is no easy way to programmatically close a dialog from within the dialog component. Also it should be possible to a return a reason why the dialog was closed which may be different to the action buttons and the reason should be available when subscribing to the result stream Perhaps have a look at the ng-bootstrap dialog and implement something similar. See: https://ng-bootstrap.github.io/#/components/modal/api. If the content of the modal is a component, then nb-bootstrap can inject the dialog instance into the dialog component (using the NgbActiveModal class). The NgbActiveModal class can then be used to programmatically close / dismiss the modal from "inside" the component.
Would like to be able to set the color on the kendo dialog. We have a mobile application that uses dialogs for error reporting and some times informational reporting. Being able to set the color on the Dialog title bar as well as the button color would be a great feature.
Currently, controls are getting their culture from the LOCALE_ID of Angular2 which is set pre-compile time. This is good and all but there will be issues faced when the application supports multiple countries. It isn't advisable to create different applications for different countries which have the same functionality. It would be better if we can simply pass an optional parameter to the control and set the culture that we want to be used.
Same layout as TimePicker, except: - first part (hours) allows negative sign. Popup will display hours from -23 through 23. - boolean 'allowDays'. Displays a "days.hours:minutes" format. Negative sign still allowed on first part (which is now days instead of hours). - boolean 'allowSeconds'. Displays also a seconds part. - number 'value' property containing the current value. The integer part is days, the fractional part the hours and minutes. (Date object would also be nice, I don't see how to specify a negative value.)
What we want is the color of the Placeholder text in the DatePicker control to match the color of the Placeholder text in other controls. When a value is selected, the text color should return back to the initial color. Currently I don't see a good way to add styles to handle the state of whether there's a valid value, partial value, or no value.
As it's a calendar, I would like to select more dates (not ranges). If I can not select several dates as I would in a normal calendar, I assume this is only a DatePicker and not a Calendar.
When in NumericTextBox the cursor is in the input field, you can use arrow up and down to select increase/decrease the value (as if using the spin buttons). Allow the use the mouse wheel to do that (only when NumericTextBox has focus)
In the Netherlands and most other European countries the comma is used as decimal separator, but keyboards with English (United States) layout is used. So when Kendo UI uses the nl-NL culture, you cannot use the decimal point on the numeric keypad and you are forced to use the comma on the main keyboard. Applications like Excel implement this correctly by translating the decimal point on the numeric keypad to the decimal separator of the current locale. Would be very helpful if it would be implemented there also.