Ref# 1106424. We are using Kendo Scheduler in our Web application to show the recurring appointments. Similarly, We need the Recurring appointments to the RadCalendar for Xamarin.Forms in Mobile to aligned with Android and IOS.
In Xamarin.Forms, there is no multiline text box editor in RadDataForm.
By default, the RadCalendar in DayView mode starts at midnight which is not very intuitive for all scenarios. The native controls expose APIs to control the starting time so we can consider exposing StartTime/EndTime properties for the users to control.
Currently it is not possible to initialize the tokens of the autocomplete so the UI shows already selected tokens. This is necessary to use the control for a CREATE/EDIT scenario. Example: - Create an event (party) and select all the friends from the autocompelte (another issue is that already selected tokens cannot be removed from the suggestion list) - Save the event - Edit the event => now you would need to see the already selected friends so you can add and remove some
Hello Telerik team !
I would like to suggest an improvement which should already be implemented as it may be a common requirement. (notice that I'm aware it's still in beta that's why I suggest a feature request).
Use a RadAutoCompleteView. Start to type something and select an item from the suggestions.
Current behavior :
The item is well selected but the keyboard remains visible even if you hide the suggestion view.
Expected behavior :
When selecting an item, the keyboard should be collapsed. (I tried to use a KeyboardService injected from platform specific implementation with dependency injection. I manage to make it work on Android but I couldn't find a workaround on iOS).
PS : it would be awesome to have a bindable property on this control which allows us to tell the control "hide the suggestion view and hide the keyboard when an item gets selected (touch input from user)". Name suggested : HideSuggestionAndKeyboardOnItemSelected (I didn't find a shorter name sorry haha). Type : bool.
Pointing how to achieve that should be in the documentation as most of developpers who will use this control may want to achieve the same behavior. You'll save time and theirs if they don't need to reach you out and open a ticket to ask you how to do that.
Best regards to everyone!
Add a StyleSelector to allow for different background colors for different AllDayAppointments. Currently all appointments share the color defined in MultiDayView or the default one.
This would allow the appointment to have different background colors depending on the context of the appointment entity.
I'm particularly wanting the "Assistive labels" features, which comes from Material design (click in the textbox, and the watermark becomes a floating label). Like this: https://www.syncfusion.com/xamarin-ui-controls/text-input-layout
If the SelectedIndex value set is outside the items bounds, automatically select the first or last item instead of throwing a NullReferenceException. Ex. Similar to the behavior of the Xamarin.Forms Picker control.
Instead of just a tap and hold gesture, expose a method in the RadListView, which accepts a list view item, that can programmatically begin reorder mode. Scenario Usage: Touching a "handle" icon button the ListViewTemplateCell would immediately enter reorder mode instead of requiring a hold gesture.