With the service pack revision of our R3 2017 release, we improve AutoComplete, DataGrid, ListView and more in Telerik UI for Xamarin.
With this release of Telerik UI for Xamarin, we have introduced our CTP version of cross-platform DataGrid, now packed with features bringing data shaping capabilities and customizations. However, features alone do not make a control great. We have worked hard to make the control much faster as well, ensuring smooth performance even on the slowest device.
Going forward we'll continue to work on covering the wide range of scenarios which you'd expect from this control. We would like also to hear from you what feature you would like to see for your scenarios.
Right now, you can take advantage of the rich API supporting features like grouping, sorting, filtering, styling and real-time updates.
With our latest release, we have enhanced our AutoComplete, adding demanded features. Now, one can control its clear button visibility and customize the “no results” message.
We have also worked on performance improvements within the suite—bringing optimizations to ListView dealing with images and improvements in Autocomplete, SideDrawer, Chart, Calendar and MaskedInput.
Before you decide, let me just add that with R3 2017 we will offer an even better sales offering called Telerik UI for Xamarin, which includes the Xamarin Forms, Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android wrappers in a single package. It comes in two flavors with your choice of Lite and Standard support for $899/$999. You can find out more about this here.
Don't wait! We are eager for you to give the R3 2017 release of Telerik UI for Xamarin a spin, and we look forward for your feedback.
You can read about all the improvements we've made in our Release History. You can also find more tips & tricks on how to use the controls in our Documentation, at the SDK demos and at the Telerik Developer Network.
Tsvyatko Konov is the Lead of UI for Xamarin and UI for UWP team. He is keen on sharing technical experience through mentoring and team development as well as in publications and lectures. In his spare time, TK loves sailing and skiing.