When we do some pages just like register, we need step by step, a smart wizard plugin will be useful.
Posted on:31 Jul 2017 18:42
Except that wizards are a very standard need in UI and that all you are basically saying is "kendo 'ui' is going to make you work your a** off to do simple and common things such as a wizard. Enjoy not saving time!! just go back to jquery plugins to get what you really need in the time space you need it."
Posted on:26 Jan 2017 17:58
A complete tutorial on how to build a wizard using discrete Kendo UI widgets can be found at http://developer.telerik.com/featured/step-wise-forms-with-asp-net-mvc-and-kendo-ui/
Posted on:04 Mar 2016 23:18
I also would like have a control to do this! Please add one.
Posted on:03 Mar 2016 11:31
With some easy tricks you can polish Kendo Tabs to become a Multi-Step Form http://www.softawareblog.com/multi-step-forms-kendo-ui-tabs/
Posted on:04 Feb 2016 05:51
The idea would be to have a wizard control that handles the user through an entry process. It would be linked up to the field validation and have a progress bars. Might be neat to allow the mobile version to display a larger number of smaller steps.
MIght look like:
Posted on:12 Nov 2015 18:10
We considered there's no much value in adding such a component provided that you can simulate the same UI quite easily with a combination of existing Kendo UI widgets.
We may reconsider this solution going forward if there's change in priorities, or other factors which require reassessing this decision.
Posted on:12 Nov 2015 15:23
You are already supporting it thru http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/aspnet-ajax/controls/wizard/overview But not with ASP.NET MVC. Its giving impression that, ASP.NET MVC framework is not as important as ASP.NET Ajax. It would be challenging to convince management about technology choices, especially when you support controls thru one technology; but not other.
Posted on:03 Dec 2014 01:19
Nope a wizard form widget would be awesome for mobile devices in tight spaces wizard forms allow control of fields
Posted on:23 May 2014 14:15
with due respect that is not an application scenario it is more of a widget and it is provided by many other framework as such take a look at
Posted on:11 Apr 2014 13:41
We discussed the topic internally and came to the conclusion this is rather an application scenario than a widget on its own. Wizard functionality can be implemented with a combination of our tabstrip, window, button, tooltip, etc. widgets.
Due to this reason, I am closing this request.
Posted on:10 Feb 2014 04:23
I agree with previous comments. http://mstratman.github.io/jQuery-Smart-Wizard/ shows the idea,but I would prefer to stay within the Kendo framework. I'd also like MVC wrappers for a Wizard control.
Posted on:18 Dec 2013 16:22
We need a wizard control.
Posted on:12 Dec 2013 11:53
You have my vote also.
Posted on:29 Oct 2013 13:40
Got my vote
Posted on:28 Aug 2013 17:12
I agree with others. Modifying the existing tab control to behave like a wizard is cumbesome at best. Ideally a new Wizard widget is needed with configurable next, previous, finish buttons, a status indicator option, and ability to add any other Kendo UI widget in each step container would be very useful. Something similar to the JQuery Smart Wizard 3 http://mstratman.github.io/jQuery-Smart-Wizard/
Posted on:31 Jul 2013 10:46
please add this one!
Posted on:23 Jul 2013 07:07
I second Jason. A wizard control would be very valuable, I can't ask for more.
Posted on:25 Mar 2013 01:53
Tab Control add a forward Back Wizard (buttons at bottom) to this so you can choose to navigate forward only on first pass completion of the form and on edit you can click the tab or navigate back or navigate back on first pass if the form on that tab is completed. also option to submit on validation of each tab. Or submit at the end. This is a sophisticated control but very powerful. Revealing UI, Horizontal navigation similar vertical form navigation for the Panel bar would also be great. I have built a horizontal tabbed version of this in jQuery it takes a fair effort and would be valuable to almost all projects.
Posted on:18 Mar 2013 19:56
Something like this would be nice.