How to Upgrade Kendo Mobile Files

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  1. Kelly
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    Apr 2011

    Posted 26 Feb 2014 Link to this post

    How does one know if the kendo files one is using in AppBuilder are up to date?  And if one finds out they are out of date, how would one update them?  The reason I ask, most posts in the forums and all references on kendoui.com speak of release by quarter, eg. Q3 2013.  But the versions in the files themselves are in this format: v2013.1.621.  Is the "1" the quarter?

    Thank you,

    kelly

  2. Kelly
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    Apr 2011

    Posted 28 Feb 2014 Link to this post

    Also, are the scripts available in uncompressed format?  everlive.all.min.js is throwing an InvalidStateError when I pull-to-refresh and I don't see how to diagnose the problem with compressed source.  Thanks.
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  4. Iva Koevska
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    Posted 03 Mar 2014 Link to this post

    Hello Kelly,

    Thank you for choosing AppBuilder.

    I've broken down your inquiry in order to provide more detailed answers. Here are the answers to your questions.

    • How does one know if the kendo files one is using in AppBuilder are up to date?
      You can keep of track of the latest supported Kendo UI Mobile version in the latest AppBuilder release  here. This version is shipped through the built-in Kendo-based templates.
      To check if the files in your project are the latest supported version, you can open the framework files in the code editor and review the version code mentioned there.
    • Is the "1" the quarter?
      Yes. The format 2013.1.621 is actually year.quarter.builddate.
      Since this format does not really correspond to the one used in the Kendo UI release notes, we will make sure to list both formats in our documentation for future releases.
    • And if one finds out they are out of date, how would one update them?
      There are two ways you can update your framework files. One is to get the latest supported files from a template. This one is described in detail here. The second approach would be to download the Kendo UI Mobile framework files from your subscribed account and add them to your project. You might need to update any existing references in your HTML files.
    • Also, are the scripts available in uncompressed format?
      For Everlive, the complete SDK contains an un-minified version as well.


    Regards,
    Iva Koevska
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