The purpose of this item is to track demand for support of the MacOS platform in the Telerik Xamarin controls. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/xamarin/xamarin-forms/platform/mac
We should consider splitting the Telerik.Xamarin.iOS.dll into separate DLLs so that the customers can reference only the controls they need.
Can you tell me is it possible to change Font Family in Rad Legend with some kind of workaround? Im trying to find a way in renderer but i cant find any
In Xamarin Forms there is a serious need for a Rich Text Editor control that would allow you to do this such as highlight text, apply fonts, styles etc. I think a tool like this is in great demand among Xamarin developers. Currently there are some Open source controls that have implemented these features however they have not been maintained and cannot be relied on for enterprise solutions
April 2020 Deadline
Apple will no longer accept applications published with anything less than Xamarin.Forms 4.5 after April 2020.
This is due to the UIWebView flag that is in Xamarin.Forms 4.4 and earlier
ITMS-90809: Deprecated API Usage- Apple will stop accepting submissions of apps that use UIWebView APIs starting from April 2020 .
Please visit this documentation for full explanation. Just to share the highlights, Telerik UI for Xamarin will need to:
UIWebView– Your code should not have any references to
UIWebViewor any classes that make use of
Can you PLEASE make your ribbon control and rich text edit control for Xamarin.Forms?
As iPadOS is becoming such a desktop OS, I feel a word processing component is such a necessity. Plus, macOS Support is there too! There's no reason why your desktop components shouldn't be available on Xamarin.Forms as Xamarin.Forms is supporting more and more desktop operating systems.
Please add a Step Line series type to RadCartesianchart.
As an example, see UI for ASP.NET AJAX's version here https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/htmlchart/examples/charttypes/spline-and-step-line-chart/defaultcs.aspx
A SweepAxis (aka SweepSeries) is a chart where where the data is plotted from Left-to-Right and when the Data reaches the end, then any new data will start from the left side again by overwriting the oldest data in the chart.
A good example of this in an application is Windows's PerfMon application.
I want to easily create a nice looking profile page, news page, and etc by using a template just like what I can do using bootstrap script and css in html
Hi Telerik, In short, google is currently working on their Skia-based flutter.io crossplatform development tool. Why don't google copy their widget principles and market it for Xamarin.Forms? The fluter.io widgets have NO connection to the platforms own controls. And why should they? Google argue that this is no longer a requirement. Most price-winning apps have custom UI anyway. This platform tie, is the achilles-heal of Xamarin Forms. It is super difficult to keep the Xamarin.Forms framework robust and stable as the platforms underneath expand and change. Crack and crevices will form and as developers we are in a constant state of torment. I know. I've been working with Forms since it first came out. So. Telerik. Sever the tie to the platforms controls. Build a complete and standalone skia/flutter component set for Forms. Complete with support for XAML, Bindings, Animations, etc. Porting them to Tizen, Mac and other platforms should be "easy".