The Kendo UI NumericTextBox hides the decimal portion of its value when focus is in the control and when the decimal part is zero. For example a value of 1,345.00 will appear as 1345 when the focus is put in the control. If the decimal part is non-zero then the value is shown. From a usability viewpoint the disappearing zeros is inconsistent and can be misleading/confusing to a user who may not realize that they can enter a decimal part.
So I think it would be valuable for the control to always show the decimal part of the value.9 votes
When I enter the following entry in numeric text box
"1k" should populate "1000"
"1m" should populate "1000000"
"1g" should populate "1000000000"8 votes
For cases where validation after the fact isn't good enough there should be an option that disallows setting numeric textboxes to null. If the user sets it to null and moves to another field the textbox should reset to 0.3 votes
There is a limit in kendoNumericTextBox to 14 decimals. The request is to manage 15 or more decimals.3 votes
When users see a field where they're expected to enter a dollar amount, a lot of people intuitively try to type something like "$45.30". However, since the shift key is forbidden, they get "445.30". I suggest allowing users to type in a single, superfluous dollar sign as the first character in a CurrencyTextBox, and then ignoring it during form submit.2 votes
I know it's not officially supported, but when you use it in hybrid mode in an iOS UIWebView, the events sometimes seems to get mixed up. Then when you clic on a filed, it jumps to the the next one while flashing the keyboard. It doesn't happen always, but just clicking in a few fields on a form and it starts. We had to rollback using it in our codebase. I have a video of the behavior and the code (based on your mobile sample).1 vote
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