Freeze columns in grid layout?

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  1. scottw
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    Posted 24 May 2017 Link to this post

    I am evaluating Telerik's Xamarin.Forms ListView product to see if it can provide for our needs.

    I need to display data in grid form with columns and rows larger than the device's screen size. The user should be able to swipe horizontally or vertically to see their data, and I need the left two columns to be frozen so they remain on screen at all times.

    I think the ListView Telerik provides covers all of these but the frozen columns. Is there a way to do this?
  2. Nikolay Demirev
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    Posted 29 May 2017 Link to this post

    Hello Scott,

    The RadListView supports Horizontal and Vertical orientation, which enables the user to scroll horizontally or vertically, but not both at the same time. Does this fit your needs?

    As for the frozen columns, we have something like this logged in our backlog - Frozen Group headers. Do you think it will be of use to you? It is with high priority, but I can not give you any specific timeframe for implementing it. Here is a feedback item in our Feedback Portal, which you can upvote and follow in order to receive, updates for the progress on the matter.

    May be you need some kind of GridView control supporting frozen column? If that is what you need here is the feedback item for it.

    Nikolay Demirev
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  3. Kevin
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    Posted 29 May 2017 in reply to scottw Link to this post

    For RadDataGrid, the FrozenColumnCount may do what you need.
  4. Kevin
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    Posted 29 May 2017 in reply to Kevin Link to this post

    Whoops, I replied to the wrong post - this is for UWP
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