A Set of Native UI Components for Microsoft’s Blazor Framework
Telerik UI for Blazor has been built from scratch in order to offer a native integration with Blazor. This means we can be in lock-step with the evolution of the Blazor framework itself.
UI for Blazor is a set of native UI components. This means these components are not wrapped around an existing UI library, giving developers the ability to utilize full power of Blazor.
Blazor apps, like many web apps, are data intensive. This is why we are focusing on data-focused UI components like the Grid.
With no legacy code to hold it back, UI for Blazor can focus on the thing that is the most important for apps with large amounts of data: performance.
The point of UI for Blazor is to serve the Blazor community, which means we are actively working with the community to plan our roadmap.
Telerik UI for Blazor comes with support for modern design languages like Bootstrap and Material Design – all right out of the box!
A Data Grid component to display and interact with data, including features like sorting and paging with the feature set expanding across every release.
Display a navigational tab strip, providing an easy way for users to cycle through content without having to navigate to another page.
These UI components were released in an early preview to get feedback from early adopters of Blazor. This also gives them a chance to evolve along with Blazor and ensure that any new features or nuances of the framework can easily be integrated with UI for Blazor.
Progress Software and the Telerik brand has a long history of supporting the .NET community with products like Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX, UI for ASP.NET, and UI for ASP.NET Core. This is why we’re proud to announce the early preview release of Telerik UI for Blazor!
The Blazor data grid features functionality like paging, sorting, templates, and themes out of the box. Learn how to get started with it today.
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