Currently in the Vue Native grid, you can only specify column widths in pixels.
This becomes problematic if the user has their browser font size set to a larger size. Since our font size, padding, etc. are using responsive rem units for sizing, they properly resize to a larger size, but since the column widths are set in pixels, the now larger filter fields and buttons don't fit appropriately in the alloted space (see below screenshot). For smaller columns, you can't even see what you've typed into the filter field.
In the screenshot, the larger font size was set in Google Chrome by going to Settings > Appearance > Font size > Very Large.
This enhancement would be helpful to ensure improved accessibility for those who need a larger font size in order to read the text.
When using the chrome accessibility panel to inspect the filter operator button, there is no accessible name or title (hovering over the button does not give a tooltip with the name of the button).
The clear filter button does have an accessible name and title.
Please correct the filter operator button in order to meet WCAG Accessibility Standard 1.1.1 (Non-Text Content) and 4.1.2 (Name, Role, Value)
It would be useful to add responsiveness to the pagination on the Vue Native Grid with the same ability to turn it off if desired.
When using native vue gird component often have to open modal windows to show details usually when a particular cell in the grid is clicked and do show modal windows have to use non-native <kendo-window> inside a vue component not happy with mixing jquery based wrappers inside a vue component and this is not ideal. I have explored using native vue popup component but it's not up there to offer what widows component is offering.
Please can a native vue component be developed that we in KendoWindow implementation?
Also, I did not find any example, where a kendo grid component is utilising a window component to open a modal window to show another detailed view of a selected cell from a gird (see an example UI of a grid).
We're trying to replace Vue Grid Wrapper with the new Native Grid and most things works awesome. We only have one blocking feature that isn't inplemented yet.
So my question is when is the footer-logics comming for the native grid. We want to show aggregates in the fixed footer and it would be awesome it is like the 'headerCellRender' function defined on the grid. We know there is a gouping aggregate, but this isn't the thing we want.
Is there any idea when or even if it is comming to the native grid?
For Vue components, the v-model on a multi-combo box and every component must bind to the underlying object. :value-primitive="false" doesn't work as per some suggestions. v-model binding to the underlying object is a MUST HAVE, Top priority, number one with a bullet. Without it, your components are a PITA to use and my current proof of concept might end here and we won't use your components with some bigger projects coming down the line.
I would really like to see the following:
- combobox with cascading,
Vue docs say it's incompatible with jquery, so I don't understand how I could use jquery based components.
See ticket 1444254 for details.
The start and end date for the widget is set during the component load and will trigger another function. It's impossible to change and capture the date range change from that point on without more coding - messy.
The behavior should be,
The implementation seems unfinished and unusable (at least for my use case)...it is really worthless as it stands for a date range utility....might as well just implement 2 calendar inputs and code for selection - I did this in another framework and it kinda sucked to do :-). This widget's expected behavior, its potential would be a big time saver for a dev if it was coded more in the spirit of its name.