As far as we've tested all you have to do to make the RadTileView work with the VirtualQueryableCollectionView is turn on its virtualization (the UI virtualization is disabled by default
) and set the RowHeight and ColumnWidth so that not all tiles are visible from the beginning:
This way only the visible items (and maybe some invisible - for better scrolling the tile view always generates 1 extra row) should be loaded in the view's ItemsLoading event.
I hope I was able to help you and if you have more questions please feel fee to ask.
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