React and Vue Support Coming to Kendo UI-870x220

We are announcing official support for React and Vue, and are supporting a pre-release program for customers who want advanced access to the React library.

We're pleased to announce that Kendo UI, the premiere UI component library for web development, is gaining support for the React and Vue frameworks. This expands our current technology support that already includes jQuery and Angular versions.

These React components are wrapped around the jQuery edition of our components and will serve as a way for fans of Kendo UI to also quickly enhance their React apps with the large set of components already offered with Kendo UI. Our support for React is currently in pre-release availability, with Vue pre-release coming shortly and the official release for both coming in September. We are now making the React components available for developers that are interested participating in our pre-release program.

Pre-release customers will receive a longer duration free trial period, gain advanced access to the new technology as it becomes available, and will receive advanced support during the pre-release period.

If you are interested in participating in our program, please contact me at carl.bergenhem@progress.com. Otherwise, stay tuned in September for more information about this new release!

Want to learn more about the new release and al the new features that are coming? Sign up for our September 2017 release webinar to get all the details on new Kendo UI features for jQuery, Angular, React, and Vue.


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Carl Bergenhem

Carl Bergenhem is the Product Manager for Kendo UI. Throughout his time at the company he’s covered the entire portfolio of products offered, but mainly spent his time in the web development arena covering ASP.NET Ajax, ASP.NET MVC, and JavaScript-based products. He’s passionate about web technologies and has been developing with products like Kendo UI and NativeScript since their inception. In his free time Carl enjoys slaying virtual monsters, snowboarding and playing his guitar.

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