The documentation has sections on the native control wrappers for folks who need to access the APIs of the native controls, but it's under the "Native Controls" part. Here's what that looks like:
I agree that might not be obvious when you're looking in the Xamarin.Forms documentation, or it might be off screen if you're nested a few levels in. This is why I added a highlighted note with a link to the native control's documentation the top of each Calendar custom renderer article. As an example, see the RadCalendar Android Custom Renderer
Other Custom Renderer Articles
Your suggestion made me review some of the other custom renderer documentation to ensure there was a native link in those as well, and found that the Register Chart Renderer
documentation needed some.So I added them in this pull request
Thank you for mentioning this, as a small token of appreciation I have updated your Telerik Points
Generally speaking, it is expected that the native control is not re-instantiated when you change its properties, therefore the OnElementChanged event will not fire.
To help with this specific scenario of Detecting Initial View Changed on app launch in Custom Renderer, I'll write up a KB article (for our upcoming Knowledge Base
) with the code example and explanation of life-cycle and differences between Android and iOS in this case.
You can change the behavior of the Calendar's gesture by using the native control's Gesture Manager. See the Handled Gestures
section of the native control's RadCalendarView: Gestures and Transitions
In C#, it is a boolean value set to one of the following properties:
If you have any further questions or trouble with the gestures, open a ticket
with your code and I'll escalate it to the Android development team.
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