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 control is hidden when initializing and then on a later stage is visualized, it hangs.
ArgumentOutOfRangeException is thrown when using stacked AreaSeries with DateTimeContinuous axis and series source is not sorted by the DateTime values on UWP. In the same scenario the chart is not rendered correctly on Android. If not supported, the control should either handle this or throw a dedicated exception.
When you have zoomed the initial view of the chart and you try rotating the screen - the dates are changed
In a scenario where the ViewModel is declared in Xamarin.Forms project and the ListView is bound to an ObservableCollection, calling NotifyDataSetChanged on the Android Adapter does not cause the ListView to update its Items. You need to explicitly set the Items property of the ListViewAdapter to be the modified collection of items.
When using TKDataFormMultilineTextEditor can not set the hint text