In my requirement, I need to display both Room Number and Room Type on the side of the scheduler. Though I did achieve this by vertical grouping now I want is split that Room Column into Two so that on one side it shows Room Number and on the other Room Type. Please see the image for reference
I was able to achieve this with a custom field in the resource array
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While creating a custom column is indeed not possible, you could still split the existing column in two, and I've done exactly that with your original example: https://dojo.telerik.com/@joneff/iNOcuNok. Note that I took the liberty to strip the Room prefix from the first "column".
In essence, I wrapped both items in a common container (custom-row) and then used to additional container for each part of the text (custom-cell). Then I arranged those in a way that looked OK and that's it. Just bare in mind, that I am using flexbox, which is not supported in IE9 and below.
I do have one more query regarding that is regarding the removal of red line that is hanging on today's date
I did try giving
but nothing really happens
With the example you have provided I was able to create a custom group header. Is it possible to actually implement it in angularjs only like with a custom directive or within a div using ng-include ?
If so could u provide an example?
While it's perfectly possible to implement the said template as a custom angularjs directive, that fall beyond our scope of support. Still, our professional services team can help you with the implementation. If you are interested, I can reach out to them, on your behalf, and they will get back to you.