The highest requested item in our feedback portal was to have the ability do display tabular data within a drop down. So, we went ahead and implemented this brand new component - the MultiColumnComboBox. This provides the power of a displaying and filtering items in table all within a drop down, giving users more context around the data items they are looking to select.
The new ArcGauge component continues our trend of implementing highly-requested data visualization components. The ArcGauge allows you to visually represent a value on a circular arc without the mess that may come from more complex data visualization.
In R3 2018, Chat will receive a new feature -Toolbar. Toolbar allows adding different toolbar actions for achieving more user friendly conversational UI. It is placed below the text box and it can be shown/hidden by clicking the toolbar icon in the editable area of the chat/textbox.
The TreeList is a popular component that has received a lot of love this release, including
Material is a very popular design methodology coming from Google that covers web and mobile applications alike. As a part of our on-going effort to provide support for the latest and greatest within UX, R3 2018 introduces the Material theme.
The Telerik UI for JSP TaskBoard is a task management component, allowing users to quickly set up and organize workflows in categories, such as in progress, finished and upcoming tasks.
JSP Skeleton component lets users see a wireframe preview of the loading screen content within your app. It is designed to reduce loading-time frustration by creating an accurate perception of how the content is going to be displayed even before it’s loaded.
JSP ActionSheet presents users with a list of actions in a pop-up dialog. Universally popular in mobile applications, the component improves navigation by minimizing the number of interactions available to users.
The JSP Circular Gauge is a data visualization component, enabling users to display numeric values on a stylized circular scale.
The Grid now provides advanced exporting options—choose to export or copy a range of selected cells with or without headers. You can also export valid data ranges to the JSP Telerik Chart to satisfy any app requirement.
The Editor components now supports image resizing, allowing users to easily adjust image dimensions through drag handles and without the need for additional browser support.
The Treelist now supports filter row functionality, enabling the filtering of string, numeric or date inputs in each column.
The TreeList allows flexible customization of its rows by exposing a row template feature. In addition to text and numbers, you are also able to visualize images, icons and other elements for full control and a customized data look.
Hierarchical grouping is now available in Telerik UI for JSP Scheduler, enabling users to easily group hierarchical resources associated with their appointments (e.g. multiple people scheduling events in a single room).
The Telerik UI for JSP Scheduler now supports a year view for users to display appointments in a twelve-month range. Each day highlights one event alongside a visual cue for multiple events, prompting users to expand the day view to be able to see all the events scheduled for that day.
The Scheduler control now allows users to display 24h events as normal event across the day instead of in a special "all day" area.
JSP QR Code component now offers support for Swiss QR codes. With Switzerland’s new payment standard, the QR-bill is a replacement of the traditional payment slips with digital QR codes, making payments easier and more efficient.
You can now add custom images or logos to the QR Code component by using image URLs with set height and width to match the look and feel of your application.
JSP Map component is now fully compatible with Azure Maps, enabling you to easily integrate advanced location and mobility capabilities into your applications.
With this release we revamped one of the favorite places that developers love hanging out – the Telerik Forums. Check out the complete forums story of why and what in the dedicated blog post.
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