Having the ability to create "right mouse click" context menus would be very nice.
Posted on:17 Jul 2014 12:25
Slated for Q2 2014 in mid summer.
Posted on:01 Jul 2014 12:39
You can see a Beta preview of the context menu here:
Posted on:01 Jul 2014 11:53
This is a must have!!! Also I'm looking for nice integration with grid, because I would like to call some actions from context menu.
I need dynamic menu items based of row value, for example if I'll have list of products with different statuses I would like to show context menu based on product status.
If product is on status "waiting" I would like to show 2 options, if other item (row) has other status i would like to have different items in menu.
I build my own solution based on https://github.com/jakiestfu/Context.js, but KendoUI context would be better! :)
Posted on:05 Jun 2014 15:18
I found this for a while ago
Posted on:27 Mar 2014 13:03
It is there is ASp.Net Ajax .....need in MVC too
Posted on:28 Feb 2014 16:39
Users who are used to using desktop applications like Word or Excel are familiar with context menus. It would be very helpful if Telerik offers something similar.
Posted on:27 Feb 2014 18:21
Essential for TreeView
Posted on:20 Feb 2014 15:17
+1 If you can work in checkbox support as well
Posted on:07 Feb 2014 18:19
As I primarily use KendoUI for corporate desktop productivity applications, I am very glad to see that the context menu is finally available via some official KendoUI channel.
Posted on:07 Feb 2014 15:48
About time Kendo, can not believe it has taken so long
Posted on:07 Feb 2014 15:45
Is your idea to have a context menu widget on desktop devices only? <== i am not sure other people's requirement , what we need is only for desktop
Posted on:03 Feb 2014 20:07
Posted on:01 Feb 2014 19:51
just fyi although not official the Kendo labs Plugins has a context menu
Posted on:21 Jan 2014 10:10
This Feature is very Important for Complex application , Specifically some web application is Imitate desktop application , please add this feature in dev road map . thanks .
Posted on:04 Sep 2013 05:44
The most intuitive gesture for right click on mobile devices is tap and hold/long tap
Posted on:04 Aug 2013 14:24
A context menu is essential for any business web application (yes, desktop) so only for Kendo UI Web
Posted on:05 Jun 2013 19:15
RE: "This can be useful on desktop, but is generally not applicable on mobile."
So, is KendoUI only targeting mobile? I thought Telerik wanted you to use KendoUI for regular web apps too. Why would it need to be useful on mobile to be needed for web apps??
Posted on:25 Mar 2013 01:49
Possibly on Mobile it could be double tap the possibility of a context menu adds a lot more flexibility and increases possible screen real estate greatly even on mall screens prevents possibly having to load another page or view.
Posted on:11 Mar 2013 13:24
This feature is essential for tree view. Please provide it ASAP.
Posted on:21 Dec 2012 16:15
On mobile a context menu is possible too. Take a look at windows 8. Tapping and holding on the screen show the context menu.
Posted on:17 Oct 2012 13:39
Whats the status of this idea
Posted on:03 Sep 2012 15:37
Agree, this is required on TreeView - as far as mobile, it appears there are several options.
Posted on:22 Jul 2012 14:58
I see the context menu as a must have for the TreeView control. It is more than likely not something needed in Mobile, but I always need it when using TreeView controls on the web.
Posted on:06 Dec 2011 22:54
This would be very handy for treeview widget to easily add/delete nodes or do some other custom action
Posted on:11 Nov 2011 04:07
You can implement it on mobile using long-press. Check this Stack Overflow post:
Maybe something like this can be implemented for iOS? Haven't had much chance to play with mobile web apps enough yet :/
Posted on:03 Nov 2011 16:19
It can be done for mobiles as well, just don't fix it for right click only. You can add trigger event in the constructor.
Posted on:21 Oct 2011 12:50
Thanks for clarifying. We will keep that in mind in the back of our heads.
Posted on:20 Oct 2011 18:41
Yes. My thought was that it would only be useful on non-mobile devices. Primarily I'm thinking of feature rich interfaces such as website administration screens or similar. There are alternatives such as the gmail interface that use a down arrow to signify a drop down menu. But I'm thinking that as the line between desktop and browser app blurs, the ability to have right click actions will become more important. I'm not sure it is the *most* import feature needed, but it may be worth keeping in mind for future releases.