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
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).
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).
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.
Especially with dark themes such as Metro Black, the traditional browser scrollbar does not really fit. I know scrollbar customization is not available in all browsers, but no fallback support is required (as the css is simply ignored by these browsers), and I believe it would greatly benefit users of the browsers that are supported.
My marketing department has requested a specific look for a chart. The Moc up image is http://i.imgur.com/Z2hKaei.jpg in order to achive what they are asking I need the Labels to work in the Bullet Charts. It would also be great if you could add a label to the Target as pictured in the image.
Topojson is a much more compact data format for spatial data. Supporting it would allow more complex spatial data to be loaded without slowing down the browser experience.
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.
Would like some way to know when the file is finished saving. This is especially useful when saveAs uses a proxyURL and a user is waiting for the file to come back from the server. Currently, there is no way to inform user of this progress or when it completes.
It would be nice that export-to-excell feature supports the text orientation which is supported by MS Office and Open Office. This feature lets the user to have vertical text in the worksheet.
I would like to have a chart like circular progress chart that use in lots of infographic diagram like the one below. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11202920/circular-radial-progress-bar I managed to make it work by doing some manipulation to the donut chart like the one below that look similar to it but I believe the Kendo team can come up a better one and more reusable. http://eswkchartdemo.azurewebsites.net/Dataviz/RealtimeDonutChart
When a user downloads a custom build from http://www.telerik.com/download/custom-download, provide a URL that the user can bookmark/save then use to go back to the custom build page with the same components checked and same kendo version selected.
CSP is a great security feature. It should be fully supported by Kendo! The best would be some way to precompile Kendo Templates. Second option could be that you can use Kendo + CSP when not using own Kendo Templates at all.
Telerik is pushing their support for Angular pretty hard now, and I think that is wonderful. But with it, you're still leaving the documentation on the matter pretty sparse and kind of obscure. Right now, it is kind of tucked away out of sight here: http://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/getting-started/introduction Though to your credit, you __have__ updated all of the demos with an _Angular_ example, which is __very appreciated__ and I thank you much for it. I think it would make me, and many others I know, a lot more comfortable if the support for Angular were treated a bit more first class. As long as it continues to be put in out of the way places, it still feels very 'unofficial' or 'tentative'. Could we possibly get a more expansive documentation right on the demos page, perhaps under "tools", or a new actual "Angular" folder on the primary API documentation?