Can be as post build process step or button saying "Minify all ref. assemblies".
Ability to upload files to Azure Blob Storage CustomUploadHandler-AzureUpload demo is added in our SDK: https://github.com/telerik/xaml-sdk/tree/master/Upload/CustomUploadHandler-AzureUpload
RadMediaPlayer: Support for smooth streaming encoded with Encoder 4
Port the current SL implementation of MediaPlayer to WPF. Changed the status to Completed: We created a MediaPlayer SDK example which can be used in WPF. https://github.com/telerik/xaml-sdk/tree/master/Common
Add DataBinding Supoort for Contextual Groups / Tabs
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
The same property is available for MS TooltipService in WPF.
A two-way relation between CurrentItem and SelectedItem when the ItemsSource is ICollectionView. Dangalov: This feature will be recieved automatically when replacing ListBox with RadListBox.
Allow RadWindow to float out of the main window in OOB. This will let the Docking control ToolWindows to also float out of the main window.
As a school district, we would like to be able to use Semester and Quarters as a period of time. However, these obviously do not follow the conventional calendars. So it would be nice for the TimeBar control to have databound "terms" or "groupings" of time. Having already stored the Academic Year, Terms and School Days in 3 different tables, it would be nice to use those same data points to construct the timebar. We are unsure how we would like to display dates not inside of the academic year, as well as non-school days. Example: Our current academic year is as follows: Aug 18, 2010 - May 27, 2011 Our current terms are as follows: Semester 1 Aug 18,2010 - Jan 7, 2011 Semester 2 Jan 11, 2011 - May 27, 2011 (We have quarters at our elementary schools, but for the sake of this example, we'll stick with our High School, which has 2 terms.) One of the things we would like to use this timeline for is for daily attendance. It would be really nice to see the sparkline graph with the overall attendance rate for each day and then slide the window for the range the user would like to view more details on. Then based on the selected range, a more detailed breakdown of attendance would display for the different subgroups (gender, grade level, ethnicity, etc.) Now for the point of this, it would be nice to limit only to the actual school days, as attendance does not make sense for non-attendance days. If we were to use this for discipline incidents though, it would be nice to also include the non-school days in the term. The reason for this would be high school student do get in trouble at the weekend sporting events, which the date of occurance would not be a school day. ADMIN: We are closing this item because the RadTimeBar now supports Custom Interval Types. You can read about this feature here http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/wpf/controls/radtimebar/features/custom-interval-types.html If you need irregular (interrupted) time periods, you can submit a new feature request.
When Tab key is pressed inside of the drop down portion of the ComboBox the next control to be focused. Available in the 2016 Q1 Release: Added IsDropDownTabNavigationEnabled property which provides an option to disable the Tab navigation in the dropdown of non editable ComboBox.
The map control should have the ability to disable the spring animation separately for panning without disabling zoom animation. This feature is implemented already for the WPF version of the RadMap control (you can use SpringAnimationsMode property). It seems quite difficult to implement the same for the Silverlight version. The difference between WPF and Silverlight is the MultiScaleImage control. In the WPF we use our own implementation of the MultiScaleImage , so we have a full control on its behavior. In the Silverlight we use standard control which does not provide similar functionality.
You could repair the invalid file using the project from the attachment.
Users want to be able to resize columns of RadPivotGrid at runtime, similar to RadGridView.
Currently it is not possible to show labels in the cells of the HeatMap. It would be helpful if there is a way (such as a ShowLabels property) to specify whether labels with values should appear inside the cells or not. Available in Q2 2015 Release.
Allow users to expand properties of a complex type in order to reveal the list of that type's properties. The feature will be available in R1 2019, scheduled for the mid of January 2019.