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  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    A Few Angular Kendo UI Best Practices

    In this article, I address several issues that I see quite frequently as issues on the GitHub repo. A lot of these issues stem from a misunderstanding of how Kendo UI works when used alongside of Angular. Most of them are minor, and just require you to use the correct constructs and objects when dealing with Kendo UI widgets. I know that these are common mistakes, because I make them myself all the time!
    February 26, 2014
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    What the Kendo UI MVC Server Wrappers Are and Why You Should Be Using Them - Part 1

    Most ASP.NET Developers rely on one or more control suites to augment their web applications. Many of these control suites are not only .NET specific, but favor the use of WebForms over the MVC framework that many web application developers are using for new applications. Kendo UI is a powerful cross platform suite of controls that is based on HTML, JavaScript and CSS. This makes the suite completely interoperable across all major web development frameworks, including ASP.NET. And with the MVC Server wrappers and extensions Kendo UI and ASP.NET MVC work even better together!
    February 19, 2014
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    What Carl Sagan Taught Me About Software

    Software ecosystems are vital to a developer's success. It's hard to place a value on the benefit derived from being able to lean on other's experience, as well as easily find and digest content that's relevant to your project. Ecosystems don't just sprout up overnight though. It takes the right timing, the perfect conditions and lots of love and cultivation. Trying to actively create a new ecosystem around a product or platform is a lot like terraforming. Carl Sagan knows a thing or two about that.
    February 13, 2014
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    A Quick Public Service Announcement

    A quick PSA from the Kendo UI team
    January 23, 2014
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    GeoJSON For Pirates, Kittehs And Coders

    Kendo UI’s map control has a lot of great features built in to it, as I’ve shown already. One of those feature is the ability to display GeoJSON based maps. But, what exactly is GeoJSON? How can I built awesomeness with it? Can I use it to take over the world, or should I just go back to bed and eat cheese puffs while watching cartoons? Ok, sorry. I guess we can all dream of cheese-puffed-cartoons, but chances are we won’t be able to take over the world with GeoJSON… OR CAN WE?!
    January 16, 2014