A TreeView/TreeMenu-like control would be great to have. Currently there is no easy way to realize tree-like structures, like the menu that the official Mail App has.
I can pull to refresh, but I only see the original pulltorefreshstyle. It seems to not raise the visualstates for RefreshStarting or Refreshing.
We have a simple RadDataBoundListBox filled with some elements. We try to show/scroll to some specific element using the "BringIntoView" method. EXPECTED result: The specified element should be shown. ACTUAL result: Depending on the initial condition (if any manual scroll is performed in the RadDataBoundListBox or not), the result is: - blank/empty RadDataBoundListBox if no manual scroll was performed - Scroll to some element (usually "near" the requested one), but not exactly to the desired one, if there was some scrolling before invocation of the BringIntoView.
Hey, I noticed, that in your sample app, when e.g. in the DateTimePicker´s input page, the back button brings you to the previous page and not to the page, where the DateTimePicker is located. I saw that you are using a Popup to display picker pages. This leads you to the problem, that you cannot override the apps BackPressed bahaviour. I could not find anything in your controls to check the Popup-state nor to manually dismiss the popup. In my oppinion, this makes all your picker controls unusable for Windows Phone, as closing the popup is the default WP behavour. What is you take on this? Best Till
Provide API for focusing custom cell content.
Associate datadesriptors to column instance rather than property name to preserve state for all descriptor type after ItemSource change.
When using implicit styles, we can set a custom font and font sizes globally in C# by using modifying the theme pallette (i.e. Telerik.Windows.Controls.Windows8Palette.Palette.FontSize += 6;). But since this has to be done in C# instead of in the XAML, the changes are not applied at design time for the Visual Studio Designer. This makes it difficult when building the UI as the control sizes will change based on the font and the font size that we have set. It would be nice if we could set the font and font sizes (while using implicit styles) in XAML (or by some other means) so that the VS Designer will size the controls based on the desired font and font size. This would making life much easier when building the UI when using custom fonts.
Change namespace of telerik.ui.xaml.controls.grid because there are a using conflict (namespace / class) when we use Windows.UI.Xaml.Controls.Grid