Instead of just a tap and hold gesture, expose a method in the RadListView, which accepts a list view item, that can programmatically begin reorder mode. Scenario Usage: Touching a "handle" icon button the ListViewTemplateCell would immediately enter reorder mode instead of requiring a hold gesture.
If the SelectedIndex value set is outside the items bounds, automatically select the first or last item instead of throwing a NullReferenceException. Ex. Similar to the behavior of the Xamarin.Forms Picker control.
I'm particularly wanting the "Assistive labels" features, which comes from Material design (click in the textbox, and the watermark becomes a floating label). Like this: https://www.syncfusion.com/xamarin-ui-controls/text-input-layout
Currently this could be accomplished through methods.
In some cases, a redundant extra tick is drawn when using a DateTimeContinuousAxis.
When using a AreGesturesEnabled = true, stop the length of the drawer at location of releasing the Gesture. Then allow the user to cover the drawer with the entire screen.
Currently the Height is not changed, however the control should update its size when expanding/collapsing/adding new items and removing existing items.
Make it possible to set different width to the SuggestionView than the width of the input field.
Provide the ability to override the default caret color of the MaskedInput control
Add an option to set the MinimumItemLength to a LayoutDefinition (both Linear and Grid). This is intended to act like you've set ItemLength, but still allows for expansion if the Cell content is larger.
Currently, hiding the 'more' button in the of the DataGrid filter Options panel is not possible. This is a feature request to add such an option to the DataGrid column styling options (potentially as a property of the HeaderStyle).
It would be nice if we can just bind a .net DataTable or DateView as ItemsSource to the RadDataGrid.