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.
Add a new image cropper control, which allows users to drag/zoom a selected image within a defined frame, so that the resulting image has a defined width and height. This should offer an experience similar to the Facebook app's screen for adding/updating your profile photo. The control should display the non-selected area of the photo with configurable opacity settings, and optionally allow for a resulting circular image.
On UWP and Android the item can be swiped beyond the SwipeOffset property. Add option to restrict the swiped distance to the SwipeOffset value.
Currently, the Avatar property is a string for a path, this is problematic and only support two scenarios (file and uri paths).
I'm requesting that this be changed to be of type ImageSource, which matches the paradigm used by all other Image controls in Xamarin.Forms. This would allow stream and byte sources as well as file and uri paths.
This doesn't have to be a breaking change, you can use an implicit conversion just like Xamarin.Forms Image source does. The only disruption would be if anyone assigned the string value in code instead of a binding.
a new component - Image viewer. this component will take as source images meta data and show images gallery, with view / templates. (carousel / grid for instance), allowing tap to zoom full screen and drag to exit zoom
When you have some kind of image - CachedImage, FFimage, XF Image, within the ItemTemplate of the RadListView and you want to use the ItemSwipe functionality - the items constantly flicker.
If you set a constant height to the listView item - the issue is not observed:
Provide an API for changing the SuggestionView position. For example the SuggestionView could be visualized above or under the input control.
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.
The Android and iOS versions of the control support multiple and range selections. We should consider embedding such features in the Xamarin.Forms control as well. Links to the features in iOS and Android: - Android Range Selection: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/xamarin/nativecontrols/android/calendar/calendar-selection - iOS Range Selection: https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/xamarin/nativecontrols/ios/calendar/selection