Currently the datePicker and probably other controls that implement the rangeValidation property do not listen to changes on the rangeValidation input.
This is preventing whether range validation is enabled based on other form input changes during user interaction with the form.
Can this be changed so it listens on ngChanges?
It should be possible to disable the user input on the Datepicker and the calendar pop-up only shows up if the user clicked on the "calendar button".
We recently had an ask to limit the number of columns that could be selected, and were not able to find an out of the box solution (nor was support).
Something like this would be great, which is the same implementation as the kendoGridFilterMenuTemplate which allows you to override just the content of the column chooser, and not have to manually create your own menu entry by overriding the whole kendoGridColumnMenuTemplate
<ng-template kendoGridColumnChooserMenuTemplate let-service="service"> <our-custom-chooser-component></our-custom-chooser-component> </ng-template>
or, alternatively, if we were able to specify a grid parameter for a max number of columns as a grid level [maxColumns], that would work as well.
I would like to know if there is any CAPTCHA control that can be used within Angular. I came across the following link:
but in that link it is using ASP.NET so we would like to know if there is a way we could call this from our Angular Project.
Please let us know.
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Spreadsheet control as a separate component, or Grid control updated for AutoCOmplete and drag fill capabilities
Currently, the auto resize of the the columns does not take the width of the grid into account. I don't think this is how most users would expect this to work. The autofit of the columns should be able to resize the columns so that they work as best they can within the grid's bounds. Now, when I autofit my columns, the first thing I have to do is resize the columns manually so I can see the whole row on the screen. Since I end up resizing the columns manually anyway, autofit ends up not really helping me much. Some toolkits I have used have a resize mode for a table which determines whether or not all columns are to always be visible or not. If all the columns are to always be visible, resizing one column needs to resize the others so that everything still fits. This "mode" could determine which algorithm autofit should use
Disable certain days of the week in the Angular 2+ Datepicker. E.g I want to say disable every Weekend day. Currently only support is max or min date
We would like to use the Angular DatePicker with Fast Navigation Bar style and would like to change the height and width of the monthly view to expand to the size of the device and show multiple months.
After communicating with support we learned this was not currently possible so we are requesting it be added as a feature.
This is going into a mobile application and we would like to use all of the screen to display a calendar control. If it helps to understand conceptually, it would be similar to the Apple Calendar, on Apple Devices, with a few differences but having the months span the entire screen.
We are looking for a calendar control to work in a mobile app written with Angular and using Cordova to deploy as a native application. Since it's a mobile app, it will need to work on a variety of different devices and we want the user experience to be the same for all.
We are implementing something similar to the Apple Calendar. It will have a weekly view at the time, implemented with an in-house control, and clicking on the Month's Name in the top left will open the monthly view which is where we were hoping to use the Telerik control.
We would like the calendar view to fit to the viewport so you do not see any of the app behind the calendar. If in Portrait view, it should be responsive in width but not display any additional data. It's height should expand to see additional weeks, or months if there's enough room.
We don't know exactly what we'll do for Landscape view yet. One thought is that it should be responsive in height but not display more than one month vertically. It should expand in width displaying additional months if the entire month can fit in the viewport. The latter scenario is open to design changes. It could also be implemented similarly to Landscape view.