I use a timebar + sparklines in all our dashboards. http://demos.telerik.com/silverlight/#TimeBar/FirstLook http://demos.telerik.com/silverlight/#Sparklines/Gallery would be great to see an html5 version of the executive dashboard
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.
You've already got two "Material" themes, but they don't really seem to match the Google Material Design guidelines (http://www.google.com/design/spec/material-design/introduction.html). Would it be possible to add a new theme that accurately tracks the Material Design guidelines?
Reopen from http://kendoui-feedback.telerik.com/forums/127393-kendo-ui-feedback/suggestions/10600184-grid-in-combobox Details about this widget were described in user comments.
Automatically add page breaks to PDF export, currently if exporting contents with very long contents it exports as one single long page, the page break should happen based on the Page size for example "A4"
A TreeView in ComboBox would be most helpful as both a stand-alone control and when editing within the Grid. something like this: http://www.brad-smith.info/blog/archives/193 (example from .NET Windows forms world) * Used for relative small tree data structure. * User may select one (many) item(s), without _loosing context_ (no interrupting dialog box, 'flat' interface). * User may accept selection by click on item, or pressing 'enter'. * User may cancel (hide) popup when click outside control/popup (ie in another control, that received focus) or pressing escape - like in combobox/dropdown. * It will be nice if user can select items using keyboard arrows. * After opening popup or selecting item, widget still has focus * When user types in combo (with open popup), data should be filtered. * No additional 'ok' or 'cancel' buttons to accept/dismiss selection.
I have a bar chart for which I wish to show the pointer cursor when hovering over the bars on the chart. When moving off the bars in the chart the cursor should return to the standard arrow pointer. I noticed that the cursor turned into the text cursor when hovering over the axis labels (left, right, and bottom) and on the legend. So in addition to the above I would like the cursor to remain the standard cursor (arrow) when hovering over the axis labels and legend (since you cannot edit these). I would also like the cursor to switch to the pointer cursor when hovering over the x-axis (bottom) labels. The reason for showing the pointer cursor for the bars and the x-axis label is to clue the user in that he can click on this area to show additional "driill-down" chart(s) when the particular bar or x-axis label is clicked.
Kendo not support in Chrome latest version. it get flickering Google Chrome is up to date Version 61.0.3163.100 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Currently in Kendo UI if a user sorts a grid column and leaves the page, when they come back the sorting has been reverted. I think there should be a way to automatically save the grids sorting state (potentially in cookies) so that when a user leaves the page and comes back, the state is how they left it.
We've adopted React+Redux and currently building our own component library. Is there an official statement regarding React.js integration and roadmap?