It would be great if users could hide or show columns. Typically this would be done by a popup with on the right a list of all displayed columns, on the left a list of all hidden columns. Users move columns to the right or left by using arrows, double-click or drag-drop. In the same pop-up they should be able to change the order of the columns.
I'm following the launch of Kendo UI closely. IMHO what Kendo has to do right now is post a demo of a medium sized web app (>20 screens) showing us how to integrate al the pages eg via the menu widget. The To-Do-List sample app is learning us nothing. 2 years ago, I've bought, studied, tested, flamed, ... ExtJs and never got to the point of building a decent web app. This was THE MAJOR complaint of the ExtJs newsgroups. They have a lot of small widget demos but how do we integrate them into a medium sized app eg a webshop. So, Kendo UI, please don't make the same mistake. Show us a medium sized web app with all the widgets and - most important - how they interact with each other. regards Patrick De Laet firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently the API is very much limited to what is possible in the frontend in my opinion. It would be great if you could add events like: - A cell/range was selected - A cell was cut/pasted/copied - The context menu was initialized - A row/column was added - A row was added/deleted/hidden - A cell's content was modified ... ...
Please provide a way to display multi-line labels in the chart controls such as the bar chart category axis. The need is detailed in this post: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13247577/line-break-in-category-label-of-kendo-ui-chart
Look at the emerging WASM projects such as Blazor or Ooui. The obvious path seems to be to have a strong HTML based suite, i.e Kendo, ported to Blazor. However another option would be to improve the Xamarin forms components to have comparable functionality to their desktop counterpartys so they can be used in LOB applications under Ooui. The current Xamarin components are too mobile centric. A third option, which admittedly seems like a bit of a long shot at present, would be to take Moonlight, strip out the plugin stuff, strip out all but the layout code, and redo that to write to an HTML Canvas. Now that's probably outside your scope although in my opinion its the most attractive of the 3 options. In summary I suggest you look at providing a full featured UI component suite that runs under wasm.
It would be great if we can have the option to have a multi-month view calendar. Like the one in the asp.net ajax suite. http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/calendar/examples/functionality/multimonthview/defaultcs.aspx
I am coming over as a Telerik Ajax developer. I am developing a pure html app against Amazon's S3 service and unfortuately the native sorting you provide is case sensitive. My sort ascending appears as AAA BBB aaa bbb not very intuitive for end users...
Sure the IE Mobile browser is not fantastic (even the Mango version feels like it has issues), but will you be supporting the WP platform? That would round out all the worth while mobile devices in my opinion.
DataSource should be more feature rich. I consider following features a must in order to be able to develop complex UI's without the current pain - Multimple models definition - Associations between models - BelongsTo - HasMany - Lazy load of associations! - Allow use a REST approach for associations (send updates over a HasMany association to a service) - Allow send the complete object - Association validations - Unique - Exists - Min/Max number of elements
I know that Kendo Spreadsheet works like most popular Spreadsheets (Excel and Google Spreadsheet) where, if you copy or drag and paste values from cells, you will copy also the styles, validations, etc from that cell to the new one (unless you select "paste values only" in a context menu or ctrl + shift + v). It would be awesome if we can set how this works by configuring a property in the Spreadsheet configuration, something like pasteValuesOnly: false/true or even more complex with an object where you can choose if paste values, validations, formulas, styles or whatever. Also you could attach this functionalities to a context menu (as Google Spreadsheet does) and be able to paste everything, values only, format only, formulas or data validation.
Windows should be able to be contained or restricted to a specific area. This can either be using parameters or by containing it to a parent object/DIV. Reasons: Windows can be dragged anywhere on the browser document and when maximized they take up the entire document. This is a problem if you have an area of the document that you always want to have visible. In my example, I have a toolbar at the top of the screen 25px high and I would like the windows to never move into that area so that it is always accessible.
I'm using the MVC wrappers, I have a foreign key column in my grid and I use the standard foreignkey editor-template. It is not possible to bind a null value (foreign key not set) to the dropdown. It works when I change the template and replace the kendo dropdown with the standard mvc dropdown. So I guess there's a problem with null values on the kendo dropdown
Within the Grid you can currently either have single-row editing, or batch editing. However, batch editing does not necessarily show the end-user that the Grid is actually editable. In order to make the Grid more intuitive it would be great to have all cells display their edit template constantly to ensure that the client knows they can edit the component. Additionally, sometimes a user will want to edit more than one row at a time, but not have the entire Grid in edit-mode. Being able to open several items to be edited at once would help with this user interaction. This is why having multi-row edit, the ability to have multiple rows in edit-mode at once, would be a nice feature to have in a Grid. It would also theoretically open up the ability to have all rows in edit-mode at once.
ASP NET MVC provides jquery.validate.unobtrusive validation that, using jQuery validation, let us set validation attributes into model class. http://weblogs.asp.net/mikaelsoderstrom/archive/2010/10/06/unobtrusive-validation-in-asp-net-mvc-3.aspx Would be nice if it may work also with kendo ui validation.
Currently, there is no way to make a Mobile Application (SPA) search engine friendly. You cannot use the "alternate" and "canonical" tags, since the SPA page is only loaded once. And you can't use Google's suggested #! syntax, since Kendo only supports the # syntax. So there is basically no way to get a Kendo Mobile website indexed properly.
Hi what is the latest on this please?