I would like to set the Keyboard Type the same way as it's possible for the regular Entry (see docs).
The reason is that I have a MaskedEntry with a mask that allows only numeric input. That's why I want to set Keyboard="Numeric".
This is how it should look like in the end:
<telerik:RadTextMaskedEntry x:Name="entry" Keyboard="Numeric" Mask="00:00" />
provide an option to set ignore attribute in the model for ignoring certain properties from the business object, that should not be visible or editable.
I have used scaffold attribute, which does not work in the RadDataForm.
Currently, the popup for the RadComboBox doesn't allow you to make it wider than the ComboBox's width (even if you set ItemTemplate to be wider).
The only available properties for styling the "dropdown/popup' are listed here https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/maui/controls/combobox/styling, which happens to include DropDownHeight, but not Width.
This feature request asks you to allow us to set this DropDownWidth via Style, Property, ControlTemplate, or whatever best fit the control architecture.
We have been developing our WPF app for some 4.5 years now and use the following controls from Telerik WPF UI control set:
I don't see these UI Controls on the Roadmap for MAUI and that is okay; it just delays our timeline for MAUI adoption. As we aren't a UI Component Control software development company we are dependent on folks like Telerik. This is not a complaint as much as it is just a let you know what some of your customers are doing. We need to be to be on the macOS desktop but native macOS development is very expensive. As a start-up that company that builds native desktop apps this is big deal and our investor take note of such things.
MAUI could help to reduce our development cost but only if we can move to that platform with UI Function set we have in our WPF App and to leverage engineering IP artifacts and development resource.