I created a post in the forums but I don't know how much attention that particular forum gets.
I have created a simplified project on GitHub that reproduces the problem.
I'm not sure if the problem is with the control or the framework, but my example project clearly demonstrates the problem.
I suspect the problem is related to binding the Maximum property of the RadNumericBox. Items in the "Two" group have a higher maximum than items in the "One" and "Three" groups. While scrolling through the list, some items in the "Two" group get their values changed to the maximum from the other groups. It's also odd that the values that change are changed twice. The Debug Output window shows when and how each value is changed while scrolling through the list.
If any of this is not clear, I am happy to provide more detail, however, I'm sure the example project will make the problem clear.
ListView: Expose setter for SelectedItem property and implement it, so that setting this property applies the corresponding style to the selected item. Declined: The SelectedItem property has public setter. Setting it makes the style be applied as expected on the item.
Declined: Currently UWP does not have an ImageEditor control. On the following link you can find a feature request where you can vote for introducing such a control and track its status: https://feedback.telerik.com/Project/167/Feedback/Details/201118-new-control-image-editor-port-to-uwp
After multiple control reload the memory is not released. Declined: Currently UWP does not have an ImageEditor control. On the following link you can find a feature request where you can vote for introducing such a control and track its status: https://feedback.telerik.com/Project/167/Feedback/Details/201118-new-control-image-editor-port-to-uwp
I think that will be a very good feature. Just create a chart control available over this platform. A chart control like UI for Silverlight will be a fantastic one.