Silverlight will be end of life in 2021. But if you look at at the currently supported browsers https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Silverlight#Desktop_computers you will see it is only running on Internet Explorer 11. All other browsers have canceled support for Silverlight. Does it really makes sense to still support Silverlight? I'm asking because of this: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/wpf/xamlflix-step-by-step-guide/xamlflix-radbarcode. This is the WPF documentation for radBarcode but it effectivly is talking about Silverlight!
It should be possible when user selects multiple cells on the current view with the CTRL key to return the list of these cells with the ScheduleView method. More info here: http://www.telerik.com/forums/select-multiple-days-with-ctrl-key
We have an application that uses Maps with clustering enabled. So when we zoom in to the max, if we have many items with the same coordinates (or very very close, for example phones with GPS coords within the same house/room), they are still displayed as clustered, or when the clustering is disabled they overlap. Is there a way to show all the different pushpins inside of such a cluster?
An Office 2016 Theme Would be really appreciated, it would refresh our long running applications. Reason for declination: We created a new feedback portal, since the new theme should follow the windows 10 OS design. Please vote for it instead: http://feedback.telerik.com/Project/143/Feedback/Details/165032-new-theme-windows10-office2016-theme
Hi Guys, We have a pretty large app that relies on many of your components. We have become aware of Memory leaks in our products that over time crash the application. Every time we try to track down where they are coming from it always ends up being in the unmannaged memory that ties to your objects. One of the problems we have is with the Telerik RadGridView. We store a lot of data into these grid views and when the user clears the data in the grid views we expect the memory to be free'd up and not to keep stacking. I went ahead and made a sample application to show you guys. All I'm doing is adding rows to the grid via a ObservalbleCollection<string> bound to the ItemSource and then clearing that ObservableCollection. When we clear we expect it to clear from memory. I even included GC.Collect() and GC.WaitForPendingFinalizers in the clear function for testing. No matter how many times I call the clear button the memory stays put. I noticed if we turn autogeneratecolumns on it will then start clearing the memory over time but if we have it off it will never clear the memory I'm not sure why this is. 1.Open the sample eapplication (Attached). 2.Open Task Manager to View Memory Usage by Process. 3.Continuously add rows to the grid by clicking the add button. 4.Notice how the memory continuously goes up for the IExplore process tied to this program. 5.Click the clear button. 6.Notice how the memory never goes back down for that process. 7.No matter how long you wait or how many times you click the clear button the memory stays. Thanks, David Pinho
Counting distinct items is often necessary in a grid. Showing the number of customers in a list of orders for example (one customer may have multiple orders listed in the Grid).
Convert the interfaces and base classes (i.e. non UI specific logic) to a portable library. We intend our solution to share Models and View Models between WPF and Silverlight (and more in the future). Our intention is to use Portable Libraries to achieve this. The biggest issue we have is down to the Telerik assemblies. Classes and interfaces that are shared between WPF and Silverlight could/should be in a PCL assembly.
As a <role> I want <ability> so that <benefit>.