I'm interested in the uploadFiles function of the Kendo UI Upload for Angular component, but I don't see any examples anywhere on invoking this. Could someone please share an example on the documentation pages?
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.
The dropdowns should provide an easy way to have certain items in the list as inactive. The easiest way could be an attribute. In addition to [textField] and [valueField] an [inactiveField] could be added. If the assigned data field is a boolean the item in the list can be either enabled or disabled. Reason for this request is, that those value lists often are dynamic, meaning that an item in the list could be superseded by a new one. But the existing records in the database still could reference the older item, but new records should be prevented from selecting the new item.
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.
I requested help in the Forum for an example of using JSDO in a Service under Angular for my grid.component.ts
Please look into building some sample source for an Angular / JSDO Service component.
Make charts scrollable like how Google Charts implementing it: https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/gallery/controls#chartrangefilter