Currently when using the Column Menu, there is no visual queue to indicate that the column has a filter applied to it.
It'd be nice if we could do this through the options and not via a css hack. In the meantime, here is a way to get around it, provided by Georgi Krustev http://jsfiddle.net/krustev/uZUjK/
Ability to have a hidden menu that slides in or pops in much like the other apps and frameworks have.
Current when using the HierarchicalDataSource you can only load one level of data at a time. I would like to be able to pre-populate the entire tree (but have the ability to refresh it via remote data, should I so need).
You have datepicker. You have timepicker. Why not datetimepicker? A single input box that selects both a date and a time. Should be fairly straightforward, it just needs to display both ui widgets simultaneously and handle the different parsing in and output logic.
We reaally need to use the overlay animation, our client is driving us nuts with it. They are showing us the examples in Jquery mobile panel (http://demos.jquerymobile.com/1.3.0/docs/widgets/panels/) and asking us why we are using Kendo if we cant deliver this animations. Please help us voting for this animatiosn.
Please allow for the creation of custom UI widgets and plugins that can be tied closely with the rest of the framework similar to how jQuery plugins work but better ;) Start off by providing good documentation of the different classes (both JS and CSS) that developers can and should use and provide guidelines for writing custom code so third party controls and extensions follow similar style (visually and programatically). Also adding a Kendo Marketplace or something like this where developers can publish their plugins and other can vote/comment on them would be great for everyone. jQuery UI and the plugins that are available there are great but I think Kendo UI and the Kendo community can do better especially if we set the bar a little higher from the get go.
/*** Kendo UI Beta v2014.3.1029 ***/ We've tested the brand new TreeList today. The new TreeList needs... > checkboxes > columns should be resizeable > column reordering > frozen columns events > collapsed > expanded Take a look at the "famous" Grid / TreeList... Regards Stefan Wolf
Using the Sortable Widget on a Grid works great to allow the user to manually sort the grid rows. But if the grid has a vertical scrollbar, the user has to drop the row multiple times to get a row from the top of the grid to the bottom. It would be nice if the grid would Autoscroll when the user gets to bottom of the viewable grid. Thanks, Mike
I really like what you've done so far and I think you're very close to the top if not already there in terms of being an HTML5 UI leader. The one thing your data visualization set is missing is a map. A simple map to show chloropleth data, basic paths etc is well within your reach and would round out your DataViz offering.
Create light-weight Diagram visualization control/wrapper.It may integrate with Telerik's Silverlight/WPF RadDiagram framework. http://www.telerik.com/products/silverlight/controls/diagrams.aspx
It would be great to have file manager support in addition to the image manager for the HTML editor. Some sort of way to upload resources, organize them, crop (for images), and ultimately select from a picker to be included in the HTML markup.
It would be nice to use the Kendo UI Editor to manipulate and style tables, add/remove rows and columns, just like MS Word does. Together with some friends we discuss this issue and we saw that it is a very important and useful feature for the most end-users, because they are comfortable working with MS Word and they notice that fault when using web applications.