Unplanned
Last Updated: 30 Mar 2020 07:11 by ADMIN
Created by: Holger
Comments: 14
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
55
Make the TabStrip component scrollable, like the counterpart (http://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/tabstrip/scrollable-tabs) in Kendo UI for JQuery is.
Unplanned
Last Updated: 23 Mar 2020 03:21 by Zack
Created by: Mark
Comments: 3
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
11
Would like the ability to programmatically expand or collapse all groups for all rows in the grid.  Without having the need to iterate across all rows.
Unplanned
Last Updated: 20 Mar 2020 08:57 by ADMIN
ADMIN
Created by: Petyo
Comments: 11
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
82
Modeled after the jQuery widget:

http://www.telerik.com/kendo-ui/ganttchart
Unplanned
Last Updated: 06 Mar 2020 08:52 by Holger
Created by: Holger
Comments: 7
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
16

Current behavior
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.

Expected behavior
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.

Unplanned
Last Updated: 28 Feb 2020 14:34 by ADMIN

Before this directive we do it this way:

	public ngAfterViewInit() {

		const contains = (value: string) => (object: IBaseObjectConfigurationField) => object.name.toLowerCase().indexOf(value.toLowerCase()) !== -1;

		this.multiSelect.filterChange
			.asObservable()
			.pipe(
				switchMap(value =>
					from([this.collection])
						.pipe(
							tap(() => {
								this.multiSelect.loading = true;
							}),
							delay(value ? 350: 0),
							map(data => data.filter(contains(value))),
						),
				),
			)
			.subscribe(x => {
				this.filteredCollection = x;
				this.multiSelect.loading = false;
			});
	}

 

Please provide a (global) option for red line!

Declined
Last Updated: 28 Feb 2020 14:12 by ADMIN
Created by: Peter
Comments: 1
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
1

Issue: unable to filter data by itself written filter handlers.

Current implementation:

/**
 * A complex filter expression. For more information, refer to the [`filterBy`]({% slug api_kendo-data-query_filterby %}) method.
 */
export interface CompositeFilterDescriptor {
    /**
     * The logical operation to use when the `filter.filters` option is set.
     *
     * The supported values are:
     * * `"and"`
     * * `"or"`
     */
    logic: 'or' | 'and';
    /**
     * The nested filter expressions—either [`FilterDescriptor`]({% slug api_kendo-data-query_filterdescriptor %}), or [`CompositeFilterDescriptor`]({% slug api_kendo-data-query_compositefilterdescriptor %}). Supports the same options as `filter`. You can nest filters indefinitely.
     */
    filters: Array<FilterDescriptor | CompositeFilterDescriptor>;
}


Where filter descriptor has next available fields:


export interface FilterDescriptor {
    /**
     * The data item field to which the filter operator is applied.
     */
    field?: string | Function;
    /**
     * The filter operator (comparison).
     *
     * The supported operators are:
     * * `"eq"` (equal to)
     * * `"neq"` (not equal to)
     * * `"isnull"` (is equal to null)
     * * `"isnotnull"` (is not equal to null)
     * * `"lt"` (less than)
     * * `"lte"` (less than or equal to)
     * * `"gt"` (greater than)
     * * `"gte"` (greater than or equal to)
     *
     * The following operators are supported for string fields only:
     * * `"startswith"`
     * * `"endswith"`
     * * `"contains"`
     * * `"doesnotcontain"`
     * * `"isempty"`
     * * `"isnotempty"`
     */
    operator: string | Function;
    /**
     * The value to which the field is compared. Has to be of the same type as the field.
     */
    value?: any;
    /**
     * Determines if the string comparison is case-insensitive.
     */
    ignoreCase?: boolean;
}


In case when we need to filter in array of array items, and Kendo grid does not allow us this functionality out of the box, please provide at least availability to make it by ourselfs. 

My suggestion structure is

export interface FilterDescriptor {
    /**
     * The data item field to which the filter operator is applied.
     */
    field?: string | Function;
    /**
     * The filter operator (comparison).
     *
     * The supported operators are:
     * * `"eq"` (equal to)
     * * `"neq"` (not equal to)
     * * `"isnull"` (is equal to null)
     * * `"isnotnull"` (is not equal to null)
     * * `"lt"` (less than)
     * * `"lte"` (less than or equal to)
     * * `"gt"` (greater than)
     * * `"gte"` (greater than or equal to)
     *
     * The following operators are supported for string fields only:
     * * `"startswith"`
     * * `"endswith"`
     * * `"contains"`
     * * `"doesnotcontain"`
     * * `"isempty"`
     * * `"isnotempty"`
     */
    operator: string | Function;
    /**
     * The value to which the field is compared. Has to be of the same type as the field.
     */
    value?: any;
    /**
     * Determines if the string comparison is case-insensitive.
     */
    ignoreCase?: boolean;

     /** --------------- ADDITIONAL DATA --------------- */
 
     /**
     * Manages filtering operations with data for single row
     */
    handler?: (dataItem: T) :  Observable<boolean> | boolean;
    /**
     * Filter name to display on grid
     */
    name?: Observable<string> | string;
}

Where handler is providing to us availability to filter by ourselfs data in which way.

Thank you.
Best regardings,
Peter Busliuk. 

Tradeix.com, Lohika Inc.
Pending Review
Last Updated: 24 Feb 2020 09:36 by ADMIN
Created by: Igor
Comments: 1
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
1
Hello team,

Could you please assist me with gaining understanding of implementation of the drag and drop Angular feature together with your grid?

I need to implement the following scenarios:

1. D'n'd between 2 Kendo grids in different components
2. D'n'd between Kendo grid and custom list in separate component
3. D'n'd in scope of the same Grid.

Lets say I have Angular of the 8th version and the latest version of Kendo Angular Grid.

It would be very cool if you can update your documentation with the corresponding page.
If that doesn't make sense from your perspective I would appreciate if you could provide me detailed instruction for all the above scenarios implementations.


Thank you in advance.
Unplanned
Last Updated: 18 Feb 2020 08:22 by ADMIN
Created by: Inas
Comments: 1
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
0
In Panelbar , when we set expandmode set to 'single' it do not toggle the item . it only works with expandmode 'multiple'. 

We should also allow to toggle a panelbar item in 'single' mode 
a use case could be -i want to close all of the items in single mode
Planned
Last Updated: 17 Feb 2020 12:52 by ADMIN
Created by: MatjaĆŸ
Comments: 8
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
24
It would be nice to see stepper component as part of Kendo UI for Angular.
Something like this: https://material.angular.io/components/stepper/overview
Declined
Last Updated: 17 Feb 2020 08:41 by ADMIN
Thanks for the due diligence.  I can see how this could be used as a solution but it's effectively a bit of a bodge.  The user loses the essential ability for pagination and editable/non-editable areas (amongst a whole host of other features).  In a document management solution, these are fairly essential.  The key for me is to allow users to edit documents that they are familiar with.  I worked with WOPI for two months before throwing the entire work effort out the window.

I enjoy working with Kendo products and have been doing so for over ten years although I have never liked your approach to responsive design - I think this is a hangover from selecting a different container model to Bootstrap (I seem to remember this from a long time ago).  To this end, I was hoping that your Angular component set might be written from the bottom up with a different design approach but it appears not. Anyway, I diverge.

Bringing the Docx document into the editor would be a great option if it displayed it as a page with editable regions and pagination.  As far as I can see Syncfusion is well behind Progress in terms of the overall offering and support but in this one component they are well ahead.  Their approach is to mirror the OpenXML format of Word with their own .sfdt format and deliver that to be edited inside a component which is obviously a variation of their own editor.  That's the way forward for Progress, along with a big marketing message to the developer community saying "Your WOPI woes are over....".  I personally deliver these documents from blob storage and mirror the results on my customers' local file server with a simple Powershell command, that way they have a local copy of all the document collection as a backup for disaster recovery.

It's a learning curve with Syncfusion, one which I didn't want to have to undertake.  But that's the way I have to go whilst Progress has no document editor.  Strange really when you are so close with your editor and WordsProcessor library and offer a spreadsheet in almost every flavor.  WOPI's a real pain and impossible to implement and a document editor would really shake things up...

In my humble opinion.
Unplanned
Last Updated: 07 Feb 2020 15:24 by ADMIN
Created by: Annamalai
Comments: 0
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
0

Provide a built-in Rating component similar to the jQuery Rating component:

https://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/rating/index

Unplanned
Last Updated: 31 Jan 2020 15:27 by ADMIN
Created by: Brennan
Comments: 0
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
3

Please create a Kendo theme that supports Microsoft Office Fabric design.

Thank you

Unplanned
Last Updated: 23 Jan 2020 08:18 by ADMIN
Created by: Tim
Comments: 1
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
1

Requesting an enhancement of the "virtualization" functionality for controls like Autocomplete and MultiSelect.  Currently, it only works for local data.   Would like to improve this to work with remote data.  It should raise an event when you're nearing the bottom of a page to load the next page, which would be done via an XHR call.  We have uses of these controls that could possibly bring  back millions of rows, so the current virtualization is of limited value.

You see this kind of "endless scroll" functionality in many places today, like a Facebook feed.

Declined
Last Updated: 22 Jan 2020 08:19 by ADMIN
Created by: Stefanie
Comments: 1
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
1

Our product management would like to make the input field of the Conversational UI a multi-line field so agents can see several sentences of what they are typing and scroll vertically rather than horizontally.  We have tried many CSS settings but can't seem to affect the height of this embedded field.

 

After contacting support, I was told that the desired behavior cannot be achieved with the currently rendered DOM of the Conversational UI component. The input element should be replaced with a textarea in order to allow wrapping its value on multiple lines.

 

Please consider adding this feature to your roadmap.

Unplanned
Last Updated: 21 Jan 2020 12:07 by Bryan
Created by: Bob
Comments: 2
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
1

We could really do with a file explorer, I believe this is already available in your JQuery suite and is planned for .NET Core.

Syncfusion have already implemented an angular file explorer which can use Azure Blob Storage as a backend (though other backends are also available).

In fact the syncfusion file explorer is based on your own component.  After some digging around looking for a similar solution I found their design document for the component which directly refers to the Telerik's own components.  You may want to consider contacting syncfusion on this because it appears to me that they may have breached your copyright. 

 

 

Unplanned
Last Updated: 21 Jan 2020 09:26 by ADMIN
Created by: Serghei
Comments: 1
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
1
Get ability split toolbar items to left & right groups, to allow right align part of items, will be good  if it will work in pair with responsive mode
In Development
Last Updated: 21 Jan 2020 07:30 by ADMIN
ADMIN
Created by: Petyo
Comments: 23
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
106
Modeled after the jQuery widget counterpart:

http://www.telerik.com/kendo-ui/treelist
Completed
Last Updated: 16 Jan 2020 18:29 by ADMIN
Created by: Robert
Comments: 1
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
1
State:	MA
Comments:	http://www.telerik.com/kendo-angular-ui/getting-started/#toc-project-setup states:
"The latest versions of the packages target Angular v4.4.6 (latest LTS) and v5.x (latest official)."

I believe this is somewhat dated - it doesn't match the information at https://angular.io/guide/releases

Also, the same Getting Started page refers to Angular 6 ("...As of the Angular 6 release, Angular CLI introduces the ng add command..."), which kind of implies you're supporting 5.x (the current latest LTS) and 6.x.
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Completed
Last Updated: 16 Jan 2020 18:17 by ADMIN
Created by: Christoph
Comments: 2
Category: Kendo UI for Angular 2+
Type: Feature Request
8

Today the checkbox styles work only if we place the label behind the input and connect them use id + for attribute:

        <input type="checkbox" id="ch1" class="k-checkbox" checked />
        <label class="k-checkbox-label" for="ch1">Checkbox 1</label>

Problem:

While it works most times, it quite difficult to ensure a unique id inside an angular component. We have to ensure, it's unique over all currently rendered components.

A clean solution would require something like this:

// MyComponent
let componentIndex = 0;

class MyComponent {
  checkboxId: `my-component-${componentIndex++}-checkbox`;
}

// Template
        <input type="checkbox" [id]="checkboxId" class="k-checkbox" checked />
        <label class="k-checkbox-label" [for]="checkboxId">Checkbox 1</label>

Feature request:

Support implicit label association like so:

<label class="k-checkbox"><input type="checkbox" /> My label</label>

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