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MVC TreeMap sample could be improved with the addition of Colors Range

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NerdBrick asked on 02 Jun 2017, 10:00 PM

I was using the MVC Sample app to build our usage of the TreeMap, and we couldn't get the Color Range to work on the map like is shown in this demo

MVC TreeMap Demo

Then we dug through the JS samples and realized the color range was set as an option in the sample. I believe the MVC sample could use this to improve the user experience of starting with code that looks like what is shown. 

.Colors(color =>
{
    color.AddRange("#0072c6", "#cbe2f3");
    color.AddRange("#5db2ff", "#deeffe");
    color.AddRange("#ff8f32", "#cbe7d0");
    color.AddRange("#82ba00", "#e5f0cb");
    color.AddRange("#ff8f32", "#fee8d5");
    color.AddRange("#9e0a61", "#eccedf");
    color.AddRange("#ac193d", "#eed0d7");
})

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Ivan Danchev
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answered on 05 Jun 2017, 06:52 AM
Hello,

Currently the Colors method of the MVC TreeMap wrapper accepts an array of strings similarly to the Kendo UI TreeMap's colors configuration option. We can suggest logging your idea for improving the TreeMap in our Feedback Portal.

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answered on 05 Jun 2017, 05:19 PM
Feedback submitted. Hoping the MVC TreeMap sample is improved for other some day. 

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