I met an issue related to Xamarin.Forms RadListView (telerik component) which occurs only on iOS platform, while working fine on Android. More details here - http://www.telerik.com/forums/radlistview-not-fitting-on-ios
Available in minor release 2017.2.0602. It will also be available in the R2 2017 SP release.
When you install the Progress Telerik UI For Xamarin application on an iOS Device, navigate to some example and try to view its code - the application hangs. The issue is fixed in the latest version of the application.
When creating a Xamarin.Forms solution using the Telerik project wizard, the individual projects are not named properly. See the attached screenshots for reference: Screenshot1 - File > New, where I named the solution "MySolutionName" Screenshot2 - After project generation, the individual projects are still using "Telerik.Xamarin.XXX" when it should be "MysolutionName.Mobile.XXX"
When you need to apply some customizations for the labels in iOS and you have created a custom renderer, the LabelFormat initially set is lost and you need to explicitly update the text of the Label.
Available in the R3 2017 release.
Check the attached image. Available in minor release 2017.3.927. It will also be available in the R3 2017 SP release.
Workaround: Use the Small Percentage(http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/FE6A/index.htm) or Fullwidth Percent Sign(http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/ff05/index.htm).
When the density of the labels is too high, the labels are overlapped
If the source data has only zero values initially, when the values are changed, the chart does not update its axis range. Available in minor release 2017.3.927. It will also be available in the R3 2017 SP release.
When you have set the PlotMode to BetweenTicks and try to zoom the Chart, some unnecessary blank gaps are added to the sides of the chart. Respectively, the more you zoom - the bigger the spaces become.
When you have set a custom palette in order to modify the colors of the chart, the Palette property of the series.Style does not represent the custom palette.
One way to work around this is to set a new items source.
At times in Android on initial load, the chart is not stretched properly but instead it is shrank to its minimum size and positioned in the top left corner. Nothing specific was found in the chart setup or the xaml set up. A possible work-around is to wrap the chart inside a Grid, set two row definitions in the Grid, and set the row span of the chart to two.
Setting the cell style properties for border width to 0 does not remove the borders.
An exception is thrown when the AutoComplete is hosted inside a horizontal StackLayout.
If the AutoComplete is visualized in a second (nested) view controller, the control stops autocompleting. Available in the R1 2018 release.
If the control is hidden when initializing and then on a later stage is visualized, it hangs.