For Q3 we'll aim to implement the Web Components specification for a large portion of the Kendo UI widgets, and release a public Beta which you can test and provide feedback for.
We will deliver preview versions of AngularJS 2.0 integration for Kendo UI in Q3.
You’ll be able to deliver Microsoft Excel-like web apps with ease thanks to built-in formulas, import/export from Excel, intuitive keyboard navigation, editing, and more.
Become an early adopter of the Spreadsheet by contacting us at SpreadsheetFeedback@telerik.com.
Scaffolding capabilities for Grid, Chart and Scheduler widgets within Visual Studio when used in ASP.NET MVC projects, enabling you to connect these UI components, when placed in MVC views, with your model and respective controller logic.
New project templates will get you started as fast as possible with a predefined dashboard boilerplate.
Extended integration between Kendo UI and Bootstrap, with importing styles from any Bootstrap theme (standard or custom) and generating the pertinent css definitions for the Kendo UI widgets. In this way you will be able to make very easily Bootstrap components and Kendo UI widgets used within the same app perfectly ‘in sync’, in terms of visual appearance.
The Chart will add the highly anticipated scrolling & zooming functionality. Users will be able to scroll and zoom on both desktop and mobile devices—with mouse region selection and pinch gestures respectively.
The Gantt will add responsive behavior, as well as support for task templates and column resizing.
The modern Nova theme introduced in Q2 for our mobile widgets will be extended for Web and DataViz as well, thus delivering unified styling for all UI components in the suite.
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