At typical usecase for web applications is to let the user upload and image (portrait, avatar, picutre of real estate etc.) and then resize and crop it to a specific contrain. An easy widget for handling the cropping and resizing might come handy for many. There are solution for cropping and also resizing in jquery plugins already, however a successful and pretty combo of the two seems to lack a bit. Inspiration: http://deepliquid.com/content/Jcrop.html
Ability for a grid to show foreign key values from a remote datasource rather than just a fixed array. Refer to: http://www.kendoui.com/forums/ui/grid/foreign-key-option-doesn-t-work.aspx
I'm using kendo ui for mvc and a control that could be very useful is a captcha for form submission.For sure you can integrate it by using Google reCaptcha in a easy way not only for kendo ui for web but for mvc also.A good idea could be to integrate you own captcha control (for intranet environment, or private internet network ) because reCaptcha only work with a stable internet connection (Google Web Service).
Add a new Kendo UI component to display a record vertically (Or add an option to the existing grid to change the orientation of the records). Usually, I was using vertical grid to display a single record but some people might need it to display more than one record (ex: when you compare items on best-buy web site) The vertical grid could also be used as a property grid (http://www.telerik.com/products/silverlight/controls/propertygrid.aspx).
Add marker clustering support to the Kendo UI DataViz Map control. If you are viewing a map with many markers nearby, they should group together so that the map is more pleasing to the eye. This functionality already exists in the Telerik Silverlight Map control and it would be great to see similar functionality here. Here's an example of what I want: http://demos.telerik.com/silverlight/#Map/Cluster
With this customization it will be possible to use checkboxes or combo boxes and normalize the selection of data. Actually is possible to use only text and date columns.
Allow to have different child groups for each parent group Example: ___________________________________ Meeting Room 101 | Meeting Room 201 ___________________________________ Alex | Bob | Charlie ___________________________________
At the moment, the DataSource only uses one field for its ID property (if you enter several, then only one is used, apparently). This doesn't reflect reality, in that in many cases (where one record is a child of another), the key field for a database table is a composite (from 2 or more fields). The existing situation causes problems in inline editing of the KendoUI grid, because default values need to be set for foreign key fields, but if these are set to a valid value, then spurious calls to the Inline_Create method occur because the DataSource treats the record as a new record when it is not. In any case, allowing multiple fields would simply reflect reality.
There is an option to freeze the left most column of the Kendo Grid by setting the lockable property. But this is limited to the Left Hand Side columns only and there are no ways suggested to freeze the Right Most columns.
Most of the time project managers would like to compare planned start & end dates vs actual start and end dates in gantt view. This feature is not supported by current Gantt chart. What I'm envisioning is something similar to the implementation of Gantt chart by Fusion Charts. (http://www.fusioncharts.com/charts/gantt-charts/). Displaying delays in actual task compared to plan would be an an added advantage. This feature may be implemented using a task template, but it's nice to have feature in the control.
A quarter is not the same as 3 months in the same way that a week is not the same as 7 days. Feb-Mar-Apr is not a standard quarter. Kendo automatically lines weeks up on Sundays. Please consider doing something similar for quarters.
In horizontal configuration, with resources displayed down the left side of the control, a large number of resources will cause the control to stop functioning. In some cases, like ours, we do not have the option to filter the resources by those that have scheduled events, and so infinite scrolling is necessary for the number of resources we need to support. For reference, see the forum post about this here: http://www.telerik.com/forums/virtual-scrolling-for-scheduler-with-many-resources