• .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    Using RequireJS to Load Kendo UI Templates

    December 17, 2013 Share
    I've used RequireJS a lot over the last 2+ years, and as I've been learning Kendo UI, I was curious how well the two could work together. Burke Holland has already written a bit on this topic as well, but I wanted to find out if I could use the "text" loader plugin for RequireJS to load Kendo templates from external files. It turns out, you can. There's just a slight twist in doing so.
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    Getting Started With DataViz Maps: Onions And Ogres?!

    December 12, 2013 Share
    With the Q3 2013 release of Kendo UI, we introduced a new Map control in the DataViz suite. With features like map markers, zoom, touch-based input, tile-based maps and GeoJSON, this control makes it easier than ever to add maps to your app, with compatibility all the way back to IE7! But The DataViz Map control does not provide it’s own map images for tiling or other layers - this is something that you have to provide through integration with tile-based map services. Fortunately, this is as easy as typing in a URL.
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    Extending The Kendo UI Validator With Custom Rules

    December 10, 2013 Share
    Form validation is like politics: It sounds like a simple problem to solve. It's not until you get involved that you discover what a nasty and convoluted business it is. Kendo UI can't solve all of the issues of politics, but it does have quite a few validation tricks up it's sleeve. Some widgets (like the Kendo UI Grid) have validation baked right in. The same framework that these widgets use is exposed for you to use as well.
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    LIVE From NDC London

    December 05, 2013 Share
    Telerik is LIVE at NDC London with pics pics pics and more pics
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    DataViz Does Rendering Modes And Browser Support

    December 04, 2013 Share
    Kendo UI’s DataViz suite is one of the most flexible and versatile data visualization suites around. It has a leading number of charts, graphs, geo-spacial visualations, and other bits, letting you chart, plot and pie your way to amazing dashboards and graphs. It also also has a suite of rendering engines that support browsers all the way back to IE7. But don’t worry - DataViz is not mired in ancient technologies that keep it from moving forward. IE7 support is handled through one of three rendering engines in the suite: the VML engine, SVG or Canvas.