Add controls to selecting dates/times that also support null or blank values. Currently the DatePicker control that is provided as part of Xamarin Forms doesn't allow for a null or blank date. Provide the ability to select date and time in single UI.
Add public-facing methods to re-call DataSourceProvider GetSourceFor methods. This would allow for refreshing the datasource. Alternatively, add support for ObservableCollection to be used for DataSources so that the pickers reflect any changes to the underlying data source.
Sets the number of pixels from the screen edges that will define the touchable area which allows to open the DrawerContent The property is available in native controls: Android: TouchTargetThreshold iOS: EdgeSwipeTreshold UWP: TouchTargetThreshold
Currently, all groups are expanded by default. We should expose methods to collapse/expand certain groups. Furthermore, CollapseAll, ExpandAll groups should be considered as well.
Add a new image cropper control, which allows users to drag/zoom a selected image within a defined frame, so that the resulting image has a defined width and height. This should offer an experience similar to the Facebook app's screen for adding/updating your profile photo. The control should display the non-selected area of the photo with configurable opacity settings, and optionally allow for a resulting circular image.
I have an autocomplete that needs to fire some validations even when the user does not select anything from the suggestion view, i.e when the autocomplete Loses the Focus.
I saw that "Completed" event is in development, but that is not enough for me, I would need the "Unfocused" event.
With the current implementation of the control, if you have events later in the day - the user needs to scroll down so that they are shown. We can consider adding a mechanism to show the first available event or expose methods to bring a specific event into view.