Thank you very much for sharing your input.
The different section of the documentation are the Getting Started section, where the general purpose of the widget is explained along with the core functionality, that you will most probably read just once. Then you have the API reference that you will need daily in order to check the different methods, configurations and events that the widget has and this is why these two are separated in the documentation site.
The demos are quite different than the documentation as they show some use case scenarios for the widgets, but do not explain the API reference of the widget.
As for the GitHub issues - as you know there is an open source version of Kendo UI that is hosted on GitHub. The issue tracker that you see there is related to the widgets that are part of the Kendo UI Core (open source version).
Stackoverflow is something that is beyond the scope of the Kendo UI team. Yes, we do sometimes respond to Kendo UI threads, but it is a community open forums, that are not particularly related to our documentation site.
I will forward your feedback to the people responsible for the documentation on the site, so they will consider it for future implementation.
Thanks again for bringing this to our attention.
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