The App bar background color is gray, and the search bar doesn't look good with this black textcolor and dark gray background color.
The default SearchBar look on iOS:
Introducing a TabItem.IsTabVisible property would be useful. Currently, if you want to hide a tab, you need to remove it from the TabView.Items collection and cache it in a backing collection. Then, to re-show the tab, remove it from the cache and add it back to the TabItems (preferably at the same index if you've also cached it's position).
Implement a Keyboard property which will allow users to set the virtual keyboard according to the expected input
A good addition to the suite would be a textbox control that can be made read-only, while still offering text selection and the ability to copy text from it.
Introduce a MaxLength property. An example of such a feature is the Xamarin.Forms Entry control's MaxLength property: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/xamarin/xamarin-forms/user-interface/text/entry#limiting-input-length
Expose an editing feature of the RadCalendar so that the users can hold a specific time slot and manually add an appointment or edit an already existing one.
Currently, hiding the 'more' button in the of the DataGrid filter Options panel is not possible. This is a feature request to add such an option to the DataGrid column styling options (potentially as a property of the HeaderStyle).
If you prepare a Xamarin.Forms app to respect iOS Dark Mode, it is apparent that the RadDataForm is only respecting the native elements for Dark Mode.
For example, use my attached reproducible. Notice how the text in the native editors has the appropriate light text, but the background is still stuck on light coloring.
If you try to use Editor style or GroupHeaderStyle, you can't use DynamicResource because the style's properties are not BindableProperties:
We really need these properties to be usable with DynamicResource, so this is a feature request more than a bug report. Update the properties to BindableProperties that with with DynamicResource.
A workaround for this would be to set everything you can to be transparent: