Over the last few months, we’ve been working hard to deliver you an awesome Q2 2013 release (which you can read more about, here. Along the way, we figured today was good time to drop a Service Pack for Q1 2013, which includes a bunch of new features and a boatload of fixes. In this blog post, I’ll highlight a few of things we’ve added in this release. To download the Service Pack right away, head over to the downloads page of your account. This post won’t cover everything new and improved, so to read more, be sure to check out the change logs:
The Kendo UI Q1 2013 service pack provides a number of updates, fixes, and enhancements to the version of Kendo UI we shipped in March of 2013. From a high-level perspective, we accomplished a great deal of work for this latest milestone:
And this is all while working on a stellar Q2 release for this Summer! Here’s a selection of fixes and enhancements we’ve implemented in this Service Pack:
While you digest everything new in the Service Pack, we’ll keep on working on the Q2 2013 release, of which you’ll get to see more as we approach the next two milestones:
These are just a few of the updates, fixes, and enhancements that you’ll find in the service pack for the Kendo UI Q1 2013 release. Many of the bugs and feature requests we implemented came directly from you; our customers. We spend a great deal of time tracking your feedback on our forums, our UserVoice site, Stack Overflow, Twitter (@KendoUI) and elsewhere online. As always, we welcome all feedback. Please continue to submit your requests and, with your help, we’ll continue to make Kendo UI more awesome.
Brandon Satrom (@BrandonSatrom) is General Manager for Telerik Developer Tools and Platform. A longtime developer, Brandon is passionate about the web, mobile and is an aspiring maker and electronics enthusiast. Brandon has spoken at national, international and online events, and he loves hanging out with and learning from passionate designers and developers. He is the author of two books, the latest being "Building Polyfills" from O'Reilly. Brandon lives in Austin, TX with his wife, Sarah, and three sons, Benjamin, Jack and Matthew. He can be found on Twitter as @brandonsatrom.
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