The currentTimeMarker property currently displays a time marker only on the Time Column of the scheduler. The typical behavior of most calendars is that the marker spreads across the width of the entire calendar across all columns. It'll be nice if Kendo Scheduler could also support that.
Ability to take over the default sort and do a custom sort on the grid. This will be really helpful for formatted columns that requires a separate sort logic.
After I filtered a column and deletes the filter content and press again the "Filter"-Button, nothing happens. Filter with empty string should clear the filter on the column,
There are a couple of basic controls which I'm missing in Kendo UI WEB for example: - Rating - Carousel - Progress Bar - Image Cropper - etc. Please have a look at this non-commercial framework: http://www.alloyui.com
Listviews are great tools and the drag and drop feature works well. But it would be great to be able to reorder items in a listview
[a] On paste  If pasted text contain email/url then convert it into link. [b] On typing using keyboard in editor  If Email is typed in editor then convert it into email link (href should contain mailto: attribute). for example if you type firstname.lastname@example.org then its link should be like (<a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>).  If URL is typed in editor then convert it into URL link.
The "Drag and Drop" system in Kendo is pretty good, but it has the distinct characteristic of being pretty much DOM only; It won't really "bind" to underlying data. This would be an extremely useful feature - the "suggested fix" for this right now is to use the kendo ListView and do a search for GUID on the events firing, and while this isn't really "bad", it's pretty cumbersome and kind of obtuse most of the time. I have spent extensive time looking at the source code for Drag and Drop, and it would not be very difficult to give it a newly exposed set of functions. The primary use for drag and drop is to move information from one place to another; I do not see a lot of situations where all of the information someone wants to move is just right there in the DOM. Every situation I see of Drag and Drop that people want to use involves moving DATA from one place to another, and the Drag and Drop on the DOM merely facilitates the actions in place of more cumbersome features like drop down lists. I realize this isn't the easiest of tasks to do, but as it is right now, the Drag and Drop part of Kendo is more of an eyecatch than a feature I see used a lot.
1. Select all button 2. Remember selected items (now they are gone if we change page / scroll in virtual scrolling mode on) 3. Selected items count displayed on bottom bar (for example put it as neighbor of paging list) 4. Copy content of selected rows in grid (ctrl+c when selected) [data split with semicolons] 5. Export Selected/Filtered data into CVS file
put the version number on your release notes.... "Come on man"
Add documentation for each significant versions. I should not need to always update to latest Kendo UI each time I need to fix or improve something on already shipped app. I know most things are backward compatible, but keep in mind that not every time we can afford the time to update it.
What a revolutionary concept, I made it myself!
It makes sense that grouped grids should be sorted by the group name for proper paging, however, it would be nice to be able to sort by group name THEN BY another field. Wouldn't mess up paging.