• .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    Understanding the Options for a New Telerik ASP.NET MVC Project

    After you’ve installed the ASP.NET MVC Wrappers for Kendo UI and you’ve had a chance to walk through and play with the demos, you’ll want to create your own project and get started writing your own code. So you go to the File menu and open the New Project dialog. But what do you do with all these options? Do you just accept the defaults? Do you need to change anything, to support different project needs or environments? The list of checkboxes and drop-down lists can be a little overwhelming at first and it may not look like they matter, since your project will work if you just accept the defaults. But each of these options does matter, depending on the type of project you’re building and how you want the project setup.
    November 01, 2013
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    HTML5: The Platform Of Perception And Assumptions

    Are HTML5 mobile apps ready for Prime Time? Are they good enough to take on their native counterparts? We discovered some very interesting things when we put HTML5 to the test.
    October 31, 2013
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    Kendo UI Q3 2013 Beta Available Now!

    Are you ready for more Kendo UI in your browser? With the next major release of Kendo UI just weeks away, it’s time to talk Beta.
    October 30, 2013
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    Diving Into ASP.NET MVC Templates

    ASP.NET MVC provides templates that allow you to customize what HTML is output based on a model type or property decoration. This post explains how templates in MVC work, and how to use Kendo UI MVC HTML Helpers to create your own custom editors. We also look at how complex controls like the Kendo UI Grid use templates.
    October 29, 2013
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    I Downloaded UI for ASP.NET MVC. Now What?

    Getting started with the ASP.NET MVC Wrappers for Kendo UI can seem a little daunting. After downloading and installing the package, there are a bunch of folders with things, there are sample projects, there’s a demo suite that can be run from the installer, and there are extensions installed in to Visual Studio itself. So where do you get started? With all of these things suddenly dumped in your lap, you might feel a bit lost. So let me give you a guided tour of what you just installed, and hopefully shed some light on what each of these things are and how you can use them to help you get started.
    October 25, 2013