Currently in 2019 R2 and earlier, the "options" button at the bottom of the filtering UI allows the user to rearrange and toggle the visibility of columns in the DataGrid.
I request to have a property or setting on the DataGrid or the DataGridColumn that will prevent the user from changing the visibility or ordering of columns. from that UI (just like you can prevent user filtering or user sorting)
It would be nice if we can just bind a .net DataTable or DateView as ItemsSource to the RadDataGrid.
Currently, all groups are expanded by default. We should expose methods to collapse/expand certain groups. Furthermore, CollapseAll, ExpandAll groups should be considered as well.
SizeMode="Fill" for Xamarin.Forms datagrid column to fill the space left
<radDataGrid:DataGridDateColumn PropertyName="Date" SizeMode="Fixed" Width="80" />
<radDataGrid:DataGridTextColumn PropertyName="Title" SizeMode="Fill" />
<radDataGrid:DataGridNumericalColumn PropertyName="Score" SizeMode="Auto" />
First column has width 80, 3rd column has width of content (already working)
NEW: Second column occupies the space left
Currently the DataGrid uses a GroupDescriptorCollection type for GroupDescriptors, which is not bindable (even with OneWayToSource mode). The same holds true for the Filter and Sort collections. It would be nice to follow the same paradigm as the completed RadListView feedback item here: https://feedback.telerik.com/Project/168/Feedback/Details/211065-listview-make-groupdescriptors-sortdescriptors-and-filterdescriptors-collection
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).
The DataGrid documentation is missing a Styling article. It should cover how to use the following: - DataGridBorderStyle (and how it's used for the RowBackground styles and SelectedStyle - DataGridTextCellStyle (especially how as the CellContentStyle it lets you set the SelectedTextColor) - DataGridLoadOnDemandStyle - DataGridColumnHeaderStyle - DataGridGroupHeaderStyle - DataGridHeaderStyle I think the Styling section might need it's own node with a few articles as the information would be too large for one article