Telerik UI for Xamarin R2 2017 (version 2017.2.0626.234) Retail

Telerik UI for Xamarin R2 2017 (version 2017.2.0626.234) Retail
Telerik UI for Xamarin R2 2017 (version 2017.2.0626.234) Retail | 109 Mb

Telerik UI for Xamarin uses the Xamarin.Forms technology, which makes it possible for developers to build native iOS, Android and Windows Phone apps from a single shared C# code base. The Telerik Chart and Calendar for Xamarin enables developers to easily implement various charting functionalities in their Xamarin.Forms projects and achieve the same scenarios across platforms using a single shared C# code base.

 

UI for Xamarin is built on top of the Telerik native controls for iOS and Android to offer Xamarin users truly native UI for their apps. UI for Xamarin capitalizes on the innate benefits of the native UI but exposes all objects and properties in C#, providing “no-compromise” customization and flexibility. The product ships Xamarin wrappers for UI for iOS, Xamarin wrappers for UI for Android and Xamarin.Forms controls (Chart and Calendar are available currently, more are coming).
Telerik Chart for Xamarin.Forms complements the UI controls set available with Xamarin.Forms. The control enables you to easily add various charting scenarios to your shared C# codebase.
Building on the native controls for Android, iOS and Windows Phone, UI for Xamarin offers fast loading, excellent drawing capabilities and pixel-perfectness – the quality performance only native code can deliver.
Telerik UI for Xamarin follows an aggressive release schedule, with three releases per year. Our roadmap is customer-driven and very transparent.The Telerik team is dedicated at providing a full range of Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms components so developers can create one-of-a-kind app experiences for their customers. Coming next in February 2015 are ListView for Xamarin.iOS and ListView for Xamarin.Android.
Dedicated support is available directly from the developers who build the suite, even during your trial.To help you get off to a fast start with the controls, we’ve created extensive online documentation.


UI for Xamarin R2 2017 (version 2017.2.0626.234)

NEW
Calendar

    Introduce CellTapped event and CellTap command.

FIXED
Calendar

    Uploading application using the DayView to the Apple Store causes warning "The app references non-public selectors".

FIXED
Rating

    NullReferenceException when changing the value of templated rating.

NEW
ListView

    Make GroupDescriptors, SortDescriptors and FilterDescriptors collections bindable properties.

FIXED
ListView

    ListView does not call DidDeselectItemAtIndexPath on ReloadData on iOS.
    Programmatic selection of ListView does not work as expected.
    The selected item does not always look selected when tapped on Android 6.0 or higher.
    In GridLayoutDefinition the first group header is measured as item instead of header(does not stretch) on Android.
    Two SelectionChange events are raised when selecting item.
    Fixed exception when navigating to another page on item tap.
    Fixed changing itemTemplate leads to NotSupportedException.

NEW
Chart

    Unify all StringFormats to use single syntax.

NEW
DataForm

    Changed the default editor for double and int to be DecimalEditor and IntegerEditor instead of TextEditor.

FIXED
DataForm

    Using custom editor from XF View throws exception on Android.

 

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