I'm currently evaluating the SF tools, specifically the DataGrid. I like the functionality so far, however I'm running into a stumbling block that isn't really the fault of SF, but maybe you can help me with the right work-around:
It's a known problem when embedding views within UIScrollView that touch events and/or gestures aren't properly passed through. This can be worked around with a number of measures, however I don't know which ones will work with the sfDataGrid!
The UIScrollView setup is a pure horizontal one, and only 2 pages at that. The second page is the data grid. All row selection and scrolling within that occurs programmatically, but a touch/tap gesture will bring up a pop-up with additional info on the selected row. The information in this grid controls graphical information on the first page of the scroll view.
For testing purposes I don't care if for now all taps/single touches go through so I can familiarise myself with other features of the data grid (sorting on column tap, etc). Vertical scroll movements for the data grid (while horizontal ones continue to cause paging) could come in handy, but isn't a must.
Is there a recommended way to do this without having to wade into some nasty sub-classing of the sfDataGrid?