In case you are one of these people who love to experiment with early bits and be the first to get your hands on preview features and functionality in Kendo UI framework, I have news for you! The 2015 Q3 Beta Preview of the product is already out in the wild, and now is your opportunity to grab the preview and tinker with it.

And to make things even more adventurous and thrilling to you, ​I won't reveal any details about what's in the Q3 Preview, ​so you'll need to figure that out yourself. ​A ​couple of helpful pointers would be ​the Beta demos and ​the Q3 roadmap blog post.

If you are an active Kendo UI trial or commercial license holder, you can find the Q3 Preview in​ the Telerik Web Installer (Control Panel). ​

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Take into account that it is also available for our Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC, Telerik UI for JSP and Telerik UI for PHP products, as well, including wrappers for the corresponding server-side technology.

Here's the action plan for you:

  • Try the Q3 Beta Preview and explore our Q3 Beta demos and docs.
  • Expect the official bits in two weeks time (September 30).
  • Be on the watch for the Q3 Release Webinar following a month after the official release (early November). A webinar promotion will be relayed soon.

Where to Share Feedback?​

​We ​are eager to collect your input regarding this Beta Preview version, which will influence the final RTM release. After you play with the bits and explore the resources, ​you can voice it in our forumssupport system or directly in the comments of this blog post.
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Stefan Rahnev

Stefan Rahnev (@StDiR) is Product Manager for Telerik Kendo UI living in Sofia, Bulgaria. He has been working for the company since 2005, when he started out as a regular support officer. His next steps at Telerik took him through the positions of Technical Support Director, co-team leader in one of the ASP.NET AJAX teams and unit manager for UI for ASP.NET AJAX and Kendo UI. Stefan’s main interests are web development, agile processes planning and management, client services and psychology.

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