On UWP and Android the item can be swiped beyond the SwipeOffset property. Add option to restrict the swiped distance to the SwipeOffset value.
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
An image supporting SVG would be nice (or is there any ?)
There are also many developers looking for SVG support on Xamarin forums so I think there is really a market for it!
When you have a Chart with PieSeries and enable the SelectionBehavior - selecting a specific value makes it split from the pie chart and stand out. We should consider exposing another state, where the integrity of the pie chart is not broken and the selected items are just highlighted or probably have a bold border, etc.
Like in the WPF GridView control:
SelectionChanged starts calling twice when appointments collection is changed at runtime from within the event.
The problem occurs when I update the Events property on either of the events DisplayDateChanged or SelectionChanged. It seems these events are triggered another time, sometimes, when the AppointmentSource gets refreshed. I say sometimes because you can navigate through the weeks as normal, but as some points you notice something went wrong. Here’s a list of what I have encountered so far :
When sliding through the weeks from the days header, let’s say the selected day is a Monday, the next weeks would have the Monday selected as expected. Then a random week would have an other selected day (Friday). It would happen randomly until some weeks get skipped completely.
When sliding through the weeks from the days header, let’s say the selected day is a Monday, the next weeks would have the Monday selected as expected. If I touch the Friday box, the selected date gets initially updated to Friday and then a random day between Monday and Friday gets selected.
When sliding through the weeks from the days header, the calendar gets stucked on a random week, and sliding forward or backward through the days header just put you back to the same week. In this case the only way to move to the next/previous week is to slide through the time slot.