At the moment, the selected row is not cleared when the data changes (or we change the page). There is no way to clear the selection in the grid, which would be useful when 1 data from a grid depends on the selection from the parent grid. Having an API to change the selected row, would help.
Currently it seems that the columns widths are just divided up between the available width and the number of columns. Under that circumstance I am unable to specify a smaller width for a column. I would like for the column to adjust to the title at a minimum. Also it would be nice if we could drag the columns widths bigger or smaller.
Hi, Thanks for the great work on porting jQuery TreeView to pure Angular... If possible to port the drag & drop feature as well As a sidenote, maybe add TreeView category to this feedback page Thank you!
It takes lot of time for rending thousands of records from client side, some times browse gets crashed, causes performance issue. Virtualization support will help us to overcome this issue, as the same provided in Angular 1.x and Kendo MVC controls. Can you please provide virtualization support for Autocomplete & Multi Select controls.
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.
Need the ability to reorder columns and access the current configuration to store and load on next time user access the site. Already exists on other products on the market and Kendo Grid for jQuery http://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/grid/column-reordering