Cody Lindley, Todd Motto
Join Kendo UI Developer Advocates Cody Lindley and Todd Motto for a webinar where you’ll learn what’s new and how Kendo UI® by Progress is evolving to meet the bright new world of Angular 2. Technical demos of the new components and a Q&A session will bring you up to speed on all the new stuff in the R3’16 release of Kendo UI.
Powerful new data management and visualization capabilities, AngularJS integration and more. See the most complete set of HTML5/JS widgets in action!
Date: July 30, 2014
Time: 11:00 AM ET
Today’s developers need the freedom to create experiences that feel natural, comfortable and consistent—regardless of end user device. They seek extensible and open tools capable of playing nice with other libraries, yet equally suited for producing world-class, reliable applications and cross-device experiences that look great and perform well. And if the technology is open source, all the better. Too much to ask? Not at all.
Join us for a Kendo UI Release Webinar on April 9, 2015 to see the new features in action, and enter to win awesome prizes. The event will include a Q&A session with Telerik Kendo UI experts - Burke Holland, Cody Lindley, Jen Looper and John Bristowe.
Join Kendo UI Developer Advocates Burke Holland, Cody Lindley, Jen Looper, John Bristowe and TJ VanToll to see—live—the most exciting features of Kendo UI framework and the BRAND-NEW Spreadsheet complex widget and Document Processing Library (part of Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC).
Burke Holland, Cody Lindley, John Bristowe, Jen Looper, TJ VanToll
Join Kendo UI Developer Advocates Burke Holland, Cody Lindley, Jen Looper, John Bristowe and TJ VanToll on July 22, 2015. See in action all the approaches for building responsive web applications with Kendo UI framework and participate in the Q&A session.
New Tooling from Telerik to Help You Modernize and Mobilize Your Apps!
Watch TelerikNEXT Online to hear the announcements and see the demos you missed at our premiere developer conference, TelerikNEXT.
Watch the Kendo UI November Release webinar to see all the new Kendo UI features in action. Learn how to maintain complex data scenarios in your web app, while ensuring reliable app connectivity - and enabling users to take the data and run.
Burke Holland, Cody Lindley, Jen Looper, John Bristowe and TJ VanToll
Join Kendo UI Developer Advocates Burke Holland, Cody Lindley, Jen Looper, John Bristowe and TJ VanToll to see—live—everything that is new and exciting in the Q1 2016 release of Kendo UI.
Q1 2016 Release Highlights:
Cody Lindley, John Bristowe, Todd Motto
Join Kendo UI Developer Advocates John Bristowe, Cody Lindley, and Todd Motto for a webinar where you’ll learn what’s new and how Kendo UI® by Progress is evolving to meet the bright new world of Angular 2 and React. Technical demos of the new components and a live Q&A session will bring you up to speed on all the new stuff in the R2 ’16 release of Kendo UI.
Automating functional tests for your User Interfaces is always challenging. Learn how the free Telerik Testing Framework (TTF) can help you quickly create powerful, flexible tests that solve many of the problems teams run into when automating web functional tests. See how the TTF makes it easy to deal with the asynchronous delays that are at the heart of AJAX-ified pages. You’ll also learn how to work with HTML5’s media elements to validate your media controls are working properly!
This is a recording of the live Kendo UI Q1 2012 Release Keynote webcast, originally broadcast on March 22nd, 2012. In this keynote, Kendo UI VP, Todd Anglin, provides an overview of the latest Kendo UI release, including the brand new Kendo UI Mobile.
Learn all about the new features in Kendo UI's Q2 2012 release in this recorded version of the live online keynote webcast. This 60-minute event covers what's new in Kendo UI Web, DataViz, and Mobile, with high-level details and practical, hands-on demos of the major new features.
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