UI for Android and UI for iOs both have Feedback controls, however UI for Xamarin does not. I would like to see this added to UI for UWP and subsequently offered in UI for Xamarin.
If users change the ItemsSource of the control at runtime an exception occurs. Edit: Avalable in R3 2017 SP release.
Hi, Currently I'm evalating test automation tools for our xamarin project.Our first to develop an app for ios. We need to run in xamarin test cloud. Do you support it? thanks
The gauge uses the SkiaSharp engine for rendering. The SkiaSharp draws in true device pixels, and the gauge works with device independent pixels. In order to paint the gauge with the expected size, a scaling factor needs to be provided. It appears that this scaling factor is incorrect in Android and the gauge is slightly larger than it should be.
please help me i am using telerik control for ios using xamarin how i can use selected date event handler in telerik control thank you.
When will you have a version of Telerik Rad controls in Visual Studio for Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms now that Microsoft has purchased Xamarin?
There should be an event which is fired when the rendering is complete.
ScatterPlot currently support only numerical axis in android. It will best to support categorical axis in android.
Is it just me, or does Xamarin lack a solid (and well documented) social login component that leverages OAuth2 to support all popular social media sites? Xamarin.Auth seems incomplete and the documentation is horrible. Telerik, what are the odds that you could create a component that could do this for us? We choose what provider(s) to use or can add our own and then you control handles everything from selecting the provider all the way to giving us the token back? This could save a TON of time and really give your tool set a leg up on, well, everyone!
Currently, the Zip and SpreadStreamProcessing files are located only in the shared/portable folders and are not present in the iOS, UWP and Android ones. This is the case with the Nuget packages as well - if you install it, no references are added to Zip/SpreadStreamProcessing in the iOS, UWP, Android projects. We should modify both approaches.
The reason for the exception is that when the IsBusy of the indicator changes, the Content is added to and removed from the visual tree. Because it is data-bound, the chart immediately tries to notify its native counterpart that an update is necessary, and the iOS control is looked up. However, sometimes, the old iOS control is found, which has been disposed. A possible workaround is not to put content inside the busy indicator. Use the busy indicator as a simple overlay. Available in the R3 2018 SP release.
Setting the cell style properties for border width to 0 does not remove the borders.
One way to work around this is to set a new items source.
At times in Android on initial load, the chart is not stretched properly but instead it is shrank to its minimum size and positioned in the top left corner. Nothing specific was found in the chart setup or the xaml set up. A possible work-around is to wrap the chart inside a Grid, set two row definitions in the Grid, and set the row span of the chart to two.
ArgumentOutOfRangeException is thrown when using stacked AreaSeries with DateTimeContinuous axis and series source is not sorted by the DateTime values on UWP. In the same scenario the chart is not rendered correctly on Android. If not supported, the control should either handle this or throw a dedicated exception.