Step 1 - File > New > LoadOnDemandCollection Demo
Follow the LoadOnDemandCollection documentation https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/xamarin/controls/datagrid/load_on_demand#loadondemandcollection
Step 2 - Deploy to UWP
=> Observe the DataGrid will be stuck in busy state after the initial set of items load
Scrolling a TreeView with expandable items on iOS causes items to randomly change position in the control and prevent items from being selected.
This renders the control unusable on iOS when expandable items are present.
I've attached a basic project that demonstrates the issue.
The project just needs the latest Telerik binaries added to it. They were too large to include.
I believe this is the same issue Martin was experiencing in the comments of https://feedback.telerik.com/xamarin/1427193-treeview-ios-wrong-visualization-with-custom-itemtemplate
Do you have plans to develop controls for the UNO platform?
There are other companies that have already stated that they are working on it, for example,
Using the RadPieChart and PieSeries (UI for Xamarin v2019.2.802.1 from NuGet), I can currently set the LabelBinding (or LabelFormat or LabelFormatter) to adjust the strings displayed in the labels on the slices of the pie chart, but unlike other chart controls, I currently have no way to modify the styling of those labels like I can in every other chart control I've used from Telerik UI for Xamarin.
It seems to me that it would be best to have more properties on the PieSeries class, like LabelFontSize, LabelFontAttributes, LabelFontFamily, LabelTextColor, and LabelMargin (Label prefix to distinguish from LegendTitleBinding could be kept or discarded as desired on some of these names).
LabelMargin would be particularly helpful to eliminate the UWP situation wherein currently all pie slice labels overlap with the outer lighter ring of the pie chart (see image from UWP). The others just seem needed to maintain a consistent appearance of charts within an app - if all my chart labels are dark blue and a different font size and style except for the not-style-able black labels in pie charts, that makes pie charts hard to incorporate without looking bad or forcing styling elsewhere to match the pie charts' fixed values.
Currently, the RadSegmentedControl only has support for SelectionChanged. I need an event that will fire if the user selects the same item again.
Note that GestureRecognizers don't work (i.e. TapGestureRecognizer), so this will need to be a Telerik-implemented event.
Allow mouse interactivity with any shape - polygons as well as primitives like ovoids & simpler polygons (triangles, squares, stars ...).
highlight text with each page
app searches db for word occourences
Viewer then highlghts the word eg. Search for contract, app displays grid of contracts
selecting a row displays the selectedcontract
viewer highlights the search words on the visible page.
on phone so apolgies for spelling
Add an event for the clear button click. This functionality could be achieved by listening to PropertyChanged, or using TwoWay binding, on the AutoComplete.Text property. However on iOS this doesn't occur when the X button is clicked, so it's not a viable workaround.
Hi Telerik, In short, google is currently working on their Skia-based flutter.io crossplatform development tool. Why don't google copy their widget principles and market it for Xamarin.Forms? The fluter.io widgets have NO connection to the platforms own controls. And why should they? Google argue that this is no longer a requirement. Most price-winning apps have custom UI anyway. This platform tie, is the achilles-heal of Xamarin Forms. It is super difficult to keep the Xamarin.Forms framework robust and stable as the platforms underneath expand and change. Crack and crevices will form and as developers we are in a constant state of torment. I know. I've been working with Forms since it first came out. So. Telerik. Sever the tie to the platforms controls. Build a complete and standalone skia/flutter component set for Forms. Complete with support for XAML, Bindings, Animations, etc. Porting them to Tizen, Mac and other platforms should be "easy".