New
Last Updated: 13 Oct 2018 23:44 by ADMIN
Created by: Imported User
Comments: 0
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
2
I was trying to use negation operator in a binding using MVVM, just like angular does it, for example I am going to use, you could say why don't use "invisible", it could work on this example, but we have some others custom bindings, or some other scenarios were we have to create multiple properties to handle that, which is a pain.
EX
<div id="example-1" data-bind="visible: !IsNotAdmin"></div>
<div id="example-1" data-bind="customBinding: !IsAdmin"></div>
So, are you supporting the negation operator on bindings or are you planning to do it?
New
Last Updated: 05 Sep 2018 19:46 by ADMIN
Created by: Adam
Comments: 0
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
33
There are issues with null values not correctly binding without using a custom binder.

See demo project here: http://www.kendoui.com/code-library/mvc/grid/binding-nullable-field-to-dropdownlist-editor-in-grid.aspx

Forum post here: http://www.kendoui.com/forums/mvc/grid/nullable-property-in-grid-doesn't-update-(when-bound-to-combobox).aspx
New
Last Updated: 26 Jul 2018 06:08 by ADMIN
Created by: Russell
Comments: 0
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
5
When the Kendo Grid is bound using MVVM, add a 2-way 'value' binding which tracks the data items for selected rows.

The new binding should have the following features:
•	Support a 'value' binding on the observable model: 
<div data-role="grid" data-bind="source: someDatasource, value: selectedItems" ...>
•	Support multiple select mode using an array binding, or single select mode using a single dataItem.
•	2-way binding (update grid selection when the bound value is changed; update bound value when grid selection is changed) 
This new feature will make it easier to handle two use cases (which are both super common) when using MVVM:
•	Implement a checkbox column to control selected rows
•	Implement another MVVM component which wants to take some action based on the currently-selected grid item(s)

Here is an example of a partial solution that somebody else implemented:
http://www.telerik.com/forums/mvvm-binding-for-grid-selected-row

The custom binding that Atanas posted only supports single-row selection mode. It is also model-dependent and (I think) uni-drectional.
Under Review
Last Updated: 04 Apr 2018 23:09 by ADMIN
Created by: Yann
Comments: 2
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
48
Allow to sort an ObservableArray

The current work around is to use the native array function

Array.prototype.sort.call(myArray, myComparer);
New
Last Updated: 06 Feb 2018 13:48 by ADMIN
Created by: Steve
Comments: 1
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
32
When a template is declaratively bound in the markup there is currently no way to change it.


In order to make our app changeable by the owners of the data.  We're trying to make everything somewhat generic.  So Ajax call happens, they can provide us with the data and template to use.

However with MVVM there isn't any way for us to actually USE that template.


Steve
New
Last Updated: 23 Aug 2017 10:00 by Telerik Admin
It would be exponentially helpful if the "ObservableArray" implemented some basic "Where/Select/Single" methods. This would assist in searching through them and give Kendo UI a much needed facelift in the array department.

Behavior would be, theoretically, as follows...

var viewModel = kendo.observable({
    Users: [
    {
       id: 1,
       name: "Stacey"
     },
     {
       id: 2,
       name: "Dylan"
     },
     {
       id: 3,
       name: "John"
     }
 ]
});

var idSearch = 1;

var result = kendo.Search(viewModelArray).Where(function(x) { return x.id == idSearch });

or ...

var result = kendo.Search(viewModelArray)
.Single(function(x) { return x.id == idSearch });

or possibly even chained like in "linqjs"

var result = kendo.Search(viewModelArray)
.Where(function(x) { return x.id == idSearch })
.Single();

Under Review
Last Updated: 16 Aug 2017 13:33 by ADMIN
Created by: mgs
Comments: 2
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
61
Suppose a model is defined with settings for editable, required, validation, etc. Then this model is used a datasource's schema.

Instances of the datasource's data will be models. However, if a model is bound to some HTML view, it's settings are not applied to the view. All settings have to be manually applied to the HTML elements.

I suggest that these settings are applied automatically. Then for example, a field's property like "required" wouldn't have to be coded at two different places.
Completed
Last Updated: 17 Jan 2017 09:39 by ADMIN
Created by: Julie
Comments: 4
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
3
Currently radio buttons can only bind to a string. They need to bind to a boolean value so we can have clean models, otherwise we have to put in ugly functions to convert the string to a boolean within the model.
New
Last Updated: 21 Oct 2016 10:19 by ADMIN
You can (sort of) get Object and Array by not defining a type on model field definitions but explicit types would be better to be enforced. Also grids could ignore these types unless a custom editor is provided.

There is also a need for fields that reference submodels and arrays of submodels. HierarchicalDataSources do not really fit the requirement. See how mongoose (for mongoDB) handles documents and subdocuments.
New
Last Updated: 21 Oct 2016 10:19 by ADMIN
We need to be able to define models with complex/nested fields

```
var Book = kendo.Data.Model.define({
    id: 'id',
    field: {
        id: { type: 'string'},
        title: { type: 'string'},
        author: {
            firstName: { type: 'string'},
            lastName: { type: 'string'},        
        }
    }
});

We would also benefit of fields of type kendo.data.Model and [kendo.data.Model] (arrays of items derived from kendo.data.Model) like mongoose Documents, SubDocuments and Arrays of SubDocuments. 

DataSources are simply arrays of such models and do not need to be flat tables.

Grids should not be an issue: they could ignore all complex fields and arrays and rely on calculated fields at the root to flatten the Model.
New
Last Updated: 14 Oct 2016 07:16 by ADMIN
Created by: Michael
Comments: 0
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
2
Currently it is not possible to nest observables and reuse them without memory leaks. The reason is, that the bound event handlers get never unbound so that the dependencies never get resolved. 

In our opinion the change and get events should be unbound from the nested observable after the unbind of the view model. With more observables which use a nested observable the amount of events is getting bigger and bigger an the outer observables never get collected from the garbage collector.

We think that a method to clean up all handlers like outerObservable.destroy() could help. We also think that the use of nested observables is a common use case and that observables should not only be used for ViewModels. 

New
Last Updated: 08 Sep 2016 16:11 by ADMIN
Created by: WT
Comments: 0
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
2
Knockout has a 2-way hasFocus binding: http://knockoutjs.com/documentation/hasfocus-binding.html

Currently, setting input focus requires page-level  (non mvvm) event binding. Having this binding or similar would allow for cleaner form code.
New
Last Updated: 01 Feb 2016 11:55 by ADMIN
Avoid as much as possible the reference of the view from the view model.
E.g.: cannot have to use jquery selector $("#idElement") to make modification on the fly
Under Review
Last Updated: 01 Feb 2016 11:55 by ADMIN
Created by: Imported User
Comments: 2
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
6
It would be nice if it will be possible to bind multiple viewmodel to a single DOM container. Like xaml binding in witch you can specify a "Binding Source" adding a simple way to specify different viewmodel can help in many real situation. The solution can be accomplished very easily. If you introduce an override of kendo.bind in witch u can specify a key string for identify a viewmodel then with a data attribute or a custom binding you can filter when activate or not the bindings. 
New
Last Updated: 29 Jan 2016 17:02 by ADMIN
Created by: Imported User
Comments: 0
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
1
If you use a "source" data binding and don't specify a template, it should use the contents of the elements as the template, exactly as it would in knockout.js.

Example:
<div data-bind="source: list">
   <p>
      My name is <span data-bind="text: name"></span> and I am <span data-bind="text: age"></span> years old.
   </p>
</div>

Since the «template» binding is not specified, the contents of this element would become the template used for the binding. So when you render it you get something like this, without having to use an external template:

<div>
   <p>
      My name is Pete and I am 20 years old.
   </p>
   <p>
      My name is Sarah and I am 27 years old.
   </p>
</div>

The point of this is to make it easier to create source binding without having to go through the hassle of using external templates. External templates seem a little overkill when you're doing very simple things with the source binding.
New
Last Updated: 07 Jan 2016 15:26 by ADMIN
Created by: Andrew
Comments: 1
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
23
ObservableArray currently implements some of the ES-5 Array functions, including:
indexOf(), forEach(), map(), filter(), find(), every(), some()

Like the other Array functions, ObservableArray should use the native implementations of these functions if the browser implements them (IE9+, Firefox, Webkit, etc.).

New
Last Updated: 10 Nov 2015 12:51 by Otto Neff
Created by: Otto Neff
Comments: 0
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
0
Currently the only way to change settings in data-bind is to 
destory and bind again.

Would be nice to make changes to a existing binding, like data-bind="value: property1" to data-bind="value: property2"
or add/remove dataSource or events.

like you can do with setDataSource on Widgets.

Problem: If you have autoBind, rebind make changes to dataSource,
or you maybe not know about the observables value property on widget creation, but don't want to destroy users work on a widget.



New
Last Updated: 05 Oct 2015 12:24 by Pavel
Created by: Pavel
Comments: 0
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
1
For now, kendo validator validates just HTML inputs. For simple forms this is ok, but for complex models it would be nice to have a possibility to validate the entire model before posting it (which may not be directly bound to HTML fields!)

The expected scenario looks like Asp.NET mvc validation: validate() method accepts the entire view model and returns an array of error objects which are then bound to HTML labels based on their data-* attributes.
New
Last Updated: 13 Jun 2015 17:27 by Pavel
Created by: Pavel
Comments: 0
Category: MVVM
Type: Feature Request
1
Often I have a MVVM model with an enumerable field which is used to populate dropdowns.

I know this data won't change, so I'd like to avoid wrapping into ObservableArray to increase performance, and I name this field, e.g., "_data" (starting with "_" to prevent wrapping).

But kendo throws an error in this case when dropdown's value is changed, 'cause it calls internally "get" method on change, which belongs to Observable.
New
Last Updated: 20 May 2015 11:06 by Telerik Admin
I think a viewmodel can be binded directly on the DOM element.
For example,

<div kd-controller='viewmodel'>
    <button kd-click="click"></button>
</div>

<script>
    var viewmodel = kendo.observable({
        click: function() {
            alert('I am clicked!');
        }
    })
</script>
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