Currently, you have ScrollItemIntoView support. However, that does not work unless you have rows and a reference to the data item.
I need an explicit mechanism to pick a specific X/Y cell position, or at least a column index, that can be scrolled to so that I can have horizontal scrolling capability.
For example, imagine a DataGrid that has only one row, but a 100 columns, I would like to be able to do this:
// Option 1 - Use the ItemsSource column reference var dataTableColumn = this.myDataTable.Columns; this.MyDataGrid.ScrollIntoView(dataTableColumn); // Option 2 - Better! // This supports any possible data source type var telerikColumn = this.MyDataGrid.Columns; this.MyDataGrid.ScrollIntoView(telerikColumn); // Option 3 - Ideal // Useful for every possible occasion var x = 5; var y = 12; this.MyDataGrid.ScrollIntoView(x, y);
Add a Map control to the product suite.
We should consider exposing a property that will leave the side drawer opened even when you click on the main content.
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,
Currently there are areas in the MultiDayView that cannot be styled using the background color. Provide an option to set a background color to the entire the MultiDayView:
While in DayView (or any other appropriate view), allow for appointments to be draggable to another time slot for rescheduling.
For Aggregates purpose or just for diplaying some others datas, footer for column in DataGrid it's needed feature.