A GridView control will be a great addition to the suite. It should offer: - Multiple columns - Sorting - Filtering - Grouping - Conditional Formatting - User interactions Available in the R3 2017 release. More information you can find here: http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/xamarin/controls/datagrid/getting-started/getting-started
Add support for doughnut charts Available in R3 2018 release. For more info on the donut series refer to: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/xamarin/controls/chart/series/pie/donut-series
TreeView control similar to the UI for WPF suite. Available in R2 2018 release. More information can be found here: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/xamarin/controls/treeview/treeview-overview
Customizable busy indicators that allow the end-user to understand that an operation is taking place at the moment will be a great addition to the suite. More information on the BusyIndicator control you can find here: http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/xamarin/controls/busyindicator/busyindicator-overview
Make GroupDescriptors, SortDescriptors and FilterDescriptors collections bindable for easier usage directly in the viewmodel. Currently, they are plain collections that needs to passed manually to the viewmodel.
This would preferably be implemented as a Numeric TextBox with a Currency mask (rather than just a Masked TextBox), because a Numeric TextBox would allow for limitations on min, max and step values. This scenario can be achieved with the RadNumericInput control by setting the "StringFormat " property as the control will get the culture specific symbols from the culture of the current thread. Available in minor release 2018.1.0315. It will also be available in the R2 2018 release.
add support for ListView to enable load on demand for forms version, also enable pre-load in background option so the user will not have to wait while scrolling down for new results to append.
Xamarin Forms needs a control with which you can build tinderstyle apps. In XF terms this would be a CarouselView that share you can do no-animated page shifts to simulate infinite scrolling. And optional page indicators would be nice to, for other app styles. Available in the R3 2017 release. More information you can find here: http://docs.telerik.com/devtools/xamarin/controls/slideview/getting-started/slideview-getting-started