it would be nice to have a reusable Virtualization-Container-Component so that it is possible to have a list of many custom components without performance issues.
The Grid, DropDowns and Calendar-Components already use some kind of virtualization component which is currently not for public use.
I guess something like that, but defined in a generic way (so that it is possible to insert any component) would be sufficient.
It should also be possible to have child elements with different sizes.
Need a circle packing bubble chart. In my application, I required to use one use case.
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FYI We are using the below dependencies in our project.
FR displaying long labels
If the labels are long, having all displayed below or on top of the slider would result in a messy layout.
Instead an option to place every odd item to the top and every even item (label) on the bottom would allow for longer texts
Furthermore missing in documentation:
The [title] input won't work without setting [largeStep] as well.
Furthermore missing in documentation:
The callback to the [title] input has to be a fat-arrow function,
or an extra patch is needed (as the UI component currently 2019/10/30) this.getStepLabelNotWorking = this.getStepLabelNotWorking.bind(this); as inside a classic function the this refers not to the class itself, but to the component. IMO this is a BUG! See: https://stackblitz.com/edit/kendo-angular-slider-steplabelsfn-this?file=app/app.component.ts
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.
We would like to be able to tab to elements with tooltips which would open the tooltip and be readable by screen readers such as JAWS, etc.
As I explained in this post, I would like to set max-width on certain columns of a grid to force them to not becoming bigger than a certain size if there is a remaining width in the parent container. However, I do need to distribute the remaining width across other columns if they don't have max-width.
For example in this project https://stackblitz.com/edit/max-width-request?embed=1&file=app/app.component.ts, I want the first column which shows the ID of products would never be bigger than 15. I'm advised to leave one of the columns without setting width, so that column will occupy the remaining width and as a result the width of columns with width will be respected as max-width. However, that is not good because in big screens you will end up with a very big column while other columns are still suffering from lack of space.
There is no event to cater mouse-over events for rows in k-grid. This is important if we need to perform something row specific.
Please, please, please! We have scrollBottom event. It works like a charm. Add the same event for loading prev page on scroll top in [Kendo UI for Angular Grid], plese.
There appear to be no decent solutions for PDF viewing in Angular in handling viewing of downloaded PDF files that works intelligently and consistently across all desktop and mobile browsers, and supports navigation, saving, and printing. 1. The Angular Kendo Report Viewer is limited to Telerik reports generated using the Telerik Report web infrastructure and doesn't handle PDFs from other sources. 2. There is an open source Angular viewer, that provides reasonable viewing and navigation, but doesn't support save to file. or print. https://github.com/VadimDez/ng2-pdf-viewer 3. Syncfusion have a very nice Angular PDF viewer, but requires buying there whole Angular suite. https://help.syncfusion.com/angular/pdfviewer/getting-started A Kendo Angular PDF Viewer Component
Could you please add feature for Kendo Editor in angular -
In our company more than 5 projects we are using Kendo Splitter. We really need to have Animation in Splitter collapse/expand event