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The most complete UI library for data-rich web apps is now available with support for Vue. Building web apps using Kendo UI for Vue can speed up time-to-market and add extra functionality at the same time, improving their customer’s overall user experience. In this webinar, we’ll show you the power of the Kendo UI components and how easy it is to use them in your React development environment.
The most complete UI library for data-rich web apps is now available with support for React. Building web apps using Kendo UI for React can speed up time-to-market and add extra functionality at the same time, improving their customer’s overall user experience. In this webinar, we’ll show you the power of the Kendo UI components and how easy it is to use them in your React development environment.
In this live session we will demonstrate how to quickly create and maintain functional GUI tests within Test Studio. You’ll get to know what testing types and technologies are supported by the Telerik test automation tool and how to make the most of Test Studio’s rich feature set. We'll leave time for questions at the end of this session as well.
Sam Basu, Ed Charbeneau, John Bristowe
Telerik R3 2017 Release is one of our biggest and strongest releases ever. We literally can't wait to show you our latest .NET tools in action across Web, Desktop and Mobile! We’re also eager to share what’s new in our best of breed Reporting solution.
Whether you’re an ASP.NET developer just starting with the Bootstrap framework or have been on the edge of your seat waiting for the V4 release for the past two years, this live demo is for you. It will show you how to build responsive web apps with ASP.NET MVC and Bootstrap faster and with more confidence.
John Bristowe, Tara Manicsic
The R3 2017 release for Kendo UI is one of the biggest Kendo UI releases to date and we cannot wait to tell you about it! Join us as our Kendo UI experts walk you through and demo the latest and greatest within Kendo UI including our new support for React and Vue.js, the components and themes in Angular, as well as updated to the jQuery edition of Kendo UI!
How does Xamarin.Forms fit into your mobile strategy? Is it better to go with Native or Cross-Platform UI? What are some key aspects of app navigation and visualization?
Join the discussion on Xamarin mobile development strategies, tools and rendering methodologies! Our co-hosts Matthew Soucoup and Sam Basu will walk you through many mobile development standards and examples, demoing real-life scenarios and cases.
Here are some of the main points we will cover:
We have a cool prize for everyone who joins and who participates in the conversation. So don’t forget to ask your questions before and during the event via Twitter with #heyTelerik
For some of our demos we will be using Telerik UI for Xamarin.
Everyone knows about Twitter’s Bootstrap framework when it comes to building responsive web applications, but not too many of us have taken a look at working with the upcoming V4 version of Bootstrap. For example, did you know that Bootstrap V4 is now using Sass by default and has built-in support for Flexbox? Additionally, new concepts such as panels give us new ways to lay out our dashboard applications. In this webinar, we’ll take a look at how to add Bootstrap 4 to your Angular applications. We’ll build out some quick dashboards using widgets styled to fit in with the new look-and-feel of Bootstrap.
Every application needs to display data and the most popular widget for that is a data table. Just displaying data is one thing, implementing common business requirements like paging and sorting can quickly become cumbersome. What if the user needs to sort across multiple fields, or wants to change the page size dynamically? Each little requirement adds layers upon layers of complexity and distracts us developers from focusing on what actually makes the application tick. Join us on July 27 at 11 am ET to witness how with Kendo UI Grid developers can set up these requirements within minutes, not days or weeks, and see additional functionality for manipulating the data.