While dates and numbers can be formatted according to the current culture, kendo.getFileSizeMessage() has constant English strings '0 Byte' and 'Bytes'.
I suggest doing as Windows Explorer does: 0 as "0 KB", and any size between that and 1 KB as "1 KB".
We are using you "number formatting API" (http://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/framework/globalization/numberformatting) to display the numbers on our webpage. For that, your API works fine as long as we round the numbers. E.g.: kendo.toString(10.12, "n0"); // will result in 10 kendo.toString(10.99, "n0"); // will result in 11 But we have some use-cases where we have to cut/truncate the number so that: kendo.toString(10.999, "n0"); // SHOULD result in 10 Here we just want to cut all decimals without any rounding, but I can´t find this option in your API documentation !! I think this is a very basic use-case which should be handled by your low level API !
We'd like to be able to pass "Q" into the toString function for a date and have it return the quarter. ex. kendo.toString(new Date(2000, 10, 6), "Q") -> Q4
I am developing a Vietnamese Web Application, using Kendo UI for ASP.NET MVC. But I cannot find out resource language (*.DLL) for Vietnam. Please send me it, thanks alot!
Using a single minified culture file that would have all cultures supported by Kendo UI included can be very useful. Although it is possible do this manually by combining all files currently provided on official releases, this would have to be done every time Kendo UI is updated to a newer version. An official file would make things much more straightforward.
Add "daysOrdered" property to the kendo.cultures.current.calendar.days object, which would contains days of week sorted by the first day of week (Sunday or Monday)
Kendo support only "N" format for number format. If not supported format is provided (for example "F2" for fixed point with 2 decimal), the number could have F in the front, or be truncated etc. Would like to be able to use a standard .Net formats to avoid such a problems