Telerik UI for Xamarin
The Telerik ComboBox for Xamarin enables users to pick one or multiple items from a dropdown list. The control is packed with multiple features, including editing, searching, single and multiple selection and much more!
Here are some of the key features of the Xamarin Combobox control:
The beta version of the Telerik UI for Xamarin RichTextEditor enables users to create rich textual content through a What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) interface. This new content control for Telerik UI for Xamarin is packed with multiple features, including:
Earlier this year, Microsoft announced the Experimental Blazor Bindings initiative that enables developers to build native mobile apps with C# and .NET for iOS and Android, using UI components and behaviors based on Xamarin.Forms and defined by the Razon syntax. In R2 2020, Telerik UI for Xamarin shipped Blazor Bindings support for several controls, and with R3 2020 we are extending this list with AutoComplete and DataGrid! Take full advantage of the Telerik UI for Xamarin suite in a mobile Blazor Bindings project.
R3 2020 brings a frequently requested feature of the Telerik UI Calendar control—the ability to customize the scheduling UI. Now you can edit the control templates of the different views and apply customizations. Here’s the list of scheduling UI Views you can customize:
The PdfViewer for Telerik UI for Xamarin in now equipped with a text search functionality, which allows users to find and highlight text inside a PDF document. The built-in search UI enables users to easily enter text and browse through the search results within the PdfViewer toolbar. Additionally, there is a small toast message showing the count of the search results or a localizable message in case no results are found.
AndroidX is a major improvement to the original Android Support Library. Like the Support Library, AndroidX ships separately from the Android OS and provides backwards compatibility across Android releases. AndroidX fully replaces the Support Library by providing feature parity and new libraries.
The Telerik components for Xamarin.Android are now migrated to AndroidX—a new version of the support library, following the release of Android 9.0 (API level 28). You can now use all the latest and greatest development in AndroidX along with our controls.
Create and modify XLS documents in code-behind with the new XlsFormatProvider. The new class enables you to import and export documents of the Excel 97 - Excel 2003 Binary file format.
If you haven’t heard about our latest Xamarin.Forms sample applications, you’ve really missed out on a lot. Recently, we launched several fully functional Xamarin demo applications that cover multiple mobile business and end-user scenarios. The best part? Their source code is readily available for free on GitHub and we’ve created an in-depth guide on how they were built—from backend architecture to frontend implementation. Learn how to leverage multiple technologies like Azure, MVVM frameworks and Telerik UI for Xamarin to create impactful cross-platform applications.
The Xamarin demo applications by Telerik include: