<kendo:grid-filterable-operators-enums neq="Is NOT equal to:" eq="Is equal to:" />
<kendo:grid-filterable-operators-enums eq="Is equal to:" neq="Is NOT equal to:" />
always gives the same result: neq is always the first element in the filter combobox and eq est the second item.
Would be nice to control display order from the <kendo:grid-filterable-operators-enums /> JSP tag3 votes
Allow generation of kendo:grid columns using JSP tags, such as c:forEach. Currently throws an error as grid:column needs its immediate parent to be a grid:columns tag.1 vote
Consider “Java” wrappers for the KendoUI . The use case for “Java” wrappers is for existing Java server side applications that embed the UI code in the Java classes (no JSP / JSF), similar to the Vaadin philosophy, but without having to adopt Vaadin and yet be able to incrementally enhance existing / stable, line of business web applications, without a complete rewrite.5 votesKenshin, Kendo UI Team responded
Thanks for the suggestion. We’ll monitor the interest in “pure” Java wrappers, although presently we don’t have plans to introduce such.
Play framework is probably the fastest growing framework in the Java space due to its container-less deployment and non-blocking IO features.
I think its an ideal vehicle for Kendo/Kendo MVVM to visit Java land for the first time!
Normally this means adopting logic-less mustache templating (see https://github.com/pk11/play-scalate/) but other options may exist.18 votesKenshin, Kendo UI Team responded
Thanks for the suggestion, Dimitris.
Right now you could try testing out Telerik UI for JSP (http://www.telerik.com/jsp-ui) with Scalate. However, I’m not sure if this would work, though. Please comment below if you do that.
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