Greetings Please add this feature (Persian Calendar) into a valuable package Thanks to the team
To speed up website load time dramatically, it should be possible to cache and load static KendoUI-Files from the local browser storage. Discussion / Example: http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=4733102 Maybe KendoUI can also provide us with an API to store files, data etc. on local storage...
I'm resurrecting this on the suggestion of Todd Anglin. An earlier request for this feature was declined because modern browsers include spell check. However, there are many use cases where this is no use. In my particular case I need: - Spell Check to work in IE8 - Custom (and programmatically accessible) dictionaries - The ability to programmatically turn spell check on/off on a field by field basis
To define reusable parts of an application, developer often needs to define a model for the data, and a template for the presentation. UserControl may systemize and simplify this activity. Please look at the following links for details: http://www.nesterovsky-bros.com/weblog/2013/03/26/KendoUIUserControl.aspx http://www.nesterovsky-bros.com/weblog/2013/04/03/KendoUIExtendedModel.aspx http://www.nesterovsky-bros.com/weblog/2013/05/18/KendoUIControlsjs.aspx http://www.nesterovsky-bros.com/download/KendoUI/scripts/controls.js
Would be nice with some sort of table support in the rich text editor. Normally we need a very stripped down RTE since it only represents a part of a page (a block), so the bells and whistles of tinymce are a bit overkill. However it seems that even though it might be difficult to use in an RTE due to complex UI, we often get questions regarding how to insert a table into a text. Not a complex table, but just a simple table with maybe a class, some th and td's. It would be really nice if we could stop integrating tinymce and just stick to one library, with a little more beefier RTE in Kendo UI. :)
Add support for intellisense, auto-complete and syntax-highlighting to the editor. This enables the editor to be used for writing code or script. The intellisense and auto-complete rules should be customisable and support Ajax callbacks to populate. Examples: CodeMirror: http://codemirror.net Brackets: https://github.com/adobe/brackets Cloud9 Editor: http://ace.ajax.org
I can vaguely imagine reasons to rolls your own event binding functions for your widgets, but the lack of parity with the standard jquery bind() is frustrating. At the VERY least it should support namespaces so one can unbind without having to re-pass the handler to unbind. It can make for unnecessarily messy code.
It could be really nice if kendoui played well with twitter bootstrap, and widgets could be set through options to use the twitter bootstrap class names for buttons (.btn) etc. by a simple switch.
There is no way to use tree as a column in a grid. A TreeGrid would use hierarchical datasource where one column would show nodes and other columns would show node properties. Here is an example (from Sencha Ext JS) http://dev.sencha.com/deploy/ext-4.1.0-gpl/examples/tree/treegrid.html
For KendoUI Mobile, it would be great to have a controle that display an alphabetical index (a-z), much like the Windows Phone 7 jump list. This could be bound to the first letter filter property of a list control (grid or else).
This is probably a Reporting Ask but it would be great to have a Telerik Reporting Viewer written in KendoUI/HMTL5/JS so that we can integrate with Telerik Reporting and Keep the client code clean.
A Pluralsight Course or Telerik Video Training, building a real App with KendoUI Mobile and AngularJS in AppBuilder that shows MVVM, remote DataSources, SQL Storage on the device, BarcodeScanner, Analytics and Backend Services.
While I think it is great you guys are doing support for Visual Studio where is the support for DreamWeaver? Is there anyone working on this? There is a jQuery Mobile set of tags in the "Insert" section of the IDE. It would be great if we had a set of tools for Kendo UI Web, Charting and Mobile.
Of course we all want folks to buy Kendo (to support further development) but even as someone with a licence to the product (as part of my Ultimate Collection) I am often prevented from using KendoUI with clients by the licensing confusion that is the GPL. My clients understand that t is covered by my commercial license to code for them, and they can use it royalty free. The problem is int he future and ongoing compliance. What they absolutely do not want is to have to make sure any dev who will ever touch that code in the future is ALSO a telerik licensee. It is simply too much to keep track of for a UI toolkit. You will sell more copies and greatly improve the ability of your evangelists to get Kendo into the market if you move to a significantly more client friendly license.