While in DayView (or any other appropriate view), allow for appointments to be draggable to another time slot for rescheduling.
I've attached a handler to the ViewChanged event of the Calendar component.
The event fires on Android but not on UWP. I've tried changing the view type using the calendar controls and also programatically but the event is not being fired.
Column names in column selector are not visible in Android the first time the column selector is shown. This happens only in the case UserFilterMode is disabled.
In Xamarin Forms there is a serious need for a Rich Text Editor control that would allow you to do this such as highlight text, apply fonts, styles etc. I think a tool like this is in great demand among Xamarin developers. Currently there are some Open source controls that have implemented these features however they have not been maintained and cannot be relied on for enterprise solutions
Most PDF Viewers come with the ability to print, email, text etc the PDF that is loaded. For example, in the default iOS PDF viewer there is a "share" icon. When the "share" icon is tapped, multiple options and apps come up that allow users to "print", "message/text", "email" the PDF. It would be a great feature to have in the Xamarin UI PDF Viewer. It could just be part of the PDFViewer Toolbar options.
The purpose of this item is to track demand for support of the MacOS platform in the Telerik Xamarin controls. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/xamarin/xamarin-forms/platform/mac
Activating the ItemHold event of an item in a list view requires holding down an item for a while. On a physical/virtual Android device and a virtual iOS device, this can be done by holding down the mouse/finger lightly on an item for a short period of time. However, on a physical iOS device (I am using a physical iPhone 6s to test this), holding down the item lightly with my finger won't activate the ItemHold event, and I have to hold the item really hard on the screen in order to activate it (similar to using 3D Touch / Force Touch, and I cannot reliably activate the ItemHold event possibly because my force is sometimes not hard enough). I noticed this behaviour on the physical iOS device since the ItemHold event got implemented in early 2018.
I created a simple application to demonstrate the issue. The app displays an alert when the user taps/holds an item in the list view. On a physical iOS device, holding down an item in the list view requires the user to press the item very hard on the screen.
xamarin forms on wpf is now official, https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/xamarin/xamarin-forms/platform/wpf we need to support telerik on there aswell..