<Style TargetType="telerikGrid:DataGridColumn"> <Setter Property="HeaderStyle"> <telerikGrid:DataGridColumnHeaderStyle TextFontSize="11" TextFontAttributes="Bold" BorderThickness="1" BorderColor="LightGray"/> </Setter> <Setter Property="CellContentStyle"> <telerikGrid:DataGridTextCellStyle FontSize="10"/> </Setter> </Style>
It would be nice if we can just bind a .net DataTable or DateView as ItemsSource to the RadDataGrid.
I have designed datagrid like weekly signin details
But i required datagrid with sub header like ,
Please provide better solution to design for sub header with main header
when using automatic column generation you don't have easy access to the column being created so that you can apply customizations (Header, style, etc).
Please implement the same event that UI for WPF has, see it here: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/wpf/controls/radgridview/events/column-resize-event#autogeneratingcolumn
Like in the WPF GridView control:
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
Built in features for:
- Search Panel
I am trying to replicate a part of our MVC application using xamarin.forms.
The forms required will have a datagrid, when a row is clicked I want to open a pdfViewer.
These built in features would help me and others.
I was wondering if it is possible to bind the datagrid commands to ICommand in vm like in listview (https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/xamarin/controls/listview/listview-features-commands second method) ?
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).