I am implementing the new timeline widget.
Looks very nice, but I use this in combination of a shared datasource. (I use it in a grid and a timeline)
However, the 'autoBind:false' option does not work in the timeline widget, so the datasource is read twice.
How can I prevent that?
See a dojo example with 2 timelines and the same datasource. Also here the datasource is read twice.
Currently, after export to excel and opening the exported file again in Spreadsheet, the row heights for rows with predefined height change. The above could be easily observed on the Index demo:
* initially, the height of the top row is set to 70px;
* export the Spreadsheet to Excel;
* after re-importing the above file, the height of the first row "Invoice #52" becomes 81px without any apparent reason.
The most important part of using Vue especially in Mobile, is it's small size and performance. Unfortunately, Kendo UI's Vue components are wrappers around jQuery which is something we are trying to avoid in our ongoing developments. I'd like to suggest building NEW Vue components in full native format with no despondency on other none related frameworks. Thanks! ..Ben
Define by Settings or via API Calls custom context Menu for any Cell, like change current by Event BeforeContextMenu(ref ContextMenuElement)
The ability to export a grid to excel has been a great addition, we would like the ability to export in CSV and XML also.
some time we need to looking up in folder On telerik ASP.NET is call FileManager We just need function like :http://elfinder.org/ Thanks
It would be great to have such controls as webparts/widgets to place in a dashboard where we could move them around the screen to reorder how data is presented with option to save/retrieve the layout from a persistent source. In the dashboard the functionality would be to define a layout where we could add/remove, change position the widgets (like in dropthings or pageflakes). The widgets would contain controls like Kendo Grid or DataViz controls to display information. That would be a killer feature.