As a suggestion from the response that I've got from Ivan Danchev, I'm raising a new feature to enable/disable columns auto-resize in the the treelist of the gantt chart. Currently the columns width is "static" when it is defined in the column configuration. It'll be great if the columns are resized automatically depending on the length of content in the columns.
Kendo UI mobile widgets are really falling behind and now need an urgent refresh. Most mobile widgets have not been updated in 3 to 4 years (https://github.com/telerik/kendo-ui-core/tree/master/src).
The most urgent is for styles to be updated to match LESS and SASS styles. Currently, styles are a mess and making a mobile app including the grid and other recent responsive widgets with consistent styles takes a lot more time than it should:
- NOVA has many specificities not available in other themes
- OS skins have no match to style the grid and other web responsive widgets
- Material UI is not consistent and up-to-date
The Excel file downloaded from Spreadsheet does not maintain leading spaces. In other words, the internal sharedString.xml should use <t xml:space="preserve"> when necessary.
Allowing custom editors to be inline would be very helpful. In particular, inline editors using other Kendo controls (e.g. masked textbox, numeric textbox) should be possible.
We have clients with large spreadsheets that print out across multiple pages, which can mean losing track of which column refers to what on new pages after a page break, so they want to be able to assign a row of column headers to be printed on new pages above each column to keep track
Presently in Spreadsheet tooltip is not working for filter applied range so tooltip should display for each cell in which the range of filter is applied
In the scpreadsheet you can use controls like dropdowns & datepicker , but should be helpful if user could to customize the design and behavior. For example, the dropdown and any other control needs be opened since an icon at right that is displayed over the next column, As user i would like to choose how i want to be displayed the control: Open clicking on it, set expand direction, styles, etc.
E.g. italian culture uses ";" as parameter separator in formulae. Our client will adopt spreadsheet component on a global basis and users need to be able to e.g. copy/paste from excel to spreadsheet component using their culture
Currently if I set column border width large, it has multiple problems: 1. it will overlay on columns next to it; 2. when copy the cell with thick border and paste somewhere else, the thick border get copied as well; 3. when select cell with thick border, the border will block part of editor;
It would be really nice to have an easy way to dynamically create Kendo Windows in AngularJS. And also with separate controller and template. https://github.com/kjartanvalur/angular-kendo-window Here i´m trying to do this but it would be really good to have a similar way integrated into Kendo. There is also a demo on the repo. http://plnkr.co/edit/6lyrblMhZ5ofuonmGoPZ?p=preview
It should be possible to define cell types (or types that are valid for the entire column) like: - Booleans (which will result in showing check boxes inside the cells)
You can currently set series labels to position "center" on the pie chart to get them to render on the slices, but sometimes slices are too small to contain these labels. It would be great if there were an option for the chart to detect when a slice is too small and render the label outside the chart, while still rendering labels on pie slices that are big enough to contain them
Kendo UI supports PDF export. It would be great if you could add glyph mirroring support to it as well (https://github.com/mozilla/pdf.js/blob/master/src/core/bidi.js). PDF export of RTL languages such as Arabic and Persian need this trick to work properly.
It'd be useful to have more things built into DataViz to allow for keyboard accessibility and screenreader usage of the charts.
Allow creation of custom labels that can be placed any where on the chart surface using x, y coordinates.