The Telerik UI for Xamarin R1 2020 service pack is live today, bringing new features in the RadListView and Pickers controls and addressing a number of issues across the suite.
With last month’s R1 2020 release of Telerik UI for Xamarin we have introduced a set of picker controls, List, DateTime and Templated (Custom) Pickers, and new view mode for the Calendar control – Agenda View. We have now released our service pack, focusing on stability and improvements in the Picker controls and some nice additions to the suite like Sticky Group Headers for the ListView control.
Now RadListView comes with one of the most requested features in our public feedback portal - Sticky Group Headers.
Sticky group headers are quite useful in grouped ListView scenarios when the groups have many items. While scrolling throughout the items, the corresponding group header “freezes” at the top of the view until the next one pushes it away.
You can easily enable the sticky group header behavior by setting IsGroupHeaderSticky property of the ListView to “True”.
Check the short screencast below to see the sticky group headers in action:
Common List Picker, DateTime Picker and Templated (Custom) Picker features:
Check the short screencast below:
And when the IsPopupModal is True:
RadDateTime Picker gives you the opportunity to define a default display date when the SelectedDate value is null. You can achieve this through the DefaultDisplayDate property
For many of these we received feedback from you — extremely valuable and appreciated. Please, keep it coming, either by commenting below or by visiting our Feedback portal about Telerik UI for Xamarin. Let us know if you have any suggestions or if you need any particular features/controls.
And if you haven’t already had a chance to try our UI toolkits, simply download a trial from the link below:
Dobrinka Yordanova is a Technical Support Engineer, part of the Progress Telerik UI for Xamarin & UWP team in Sofia, Bulgaria. She holds a master's degree in Computer Systems and Technologies. Her passion is traveling around the world and exploring multicultural environments. In her spare time she likes making sushi, playing console games and hanging out with friends.
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