Learn how to get started with Kendo UI and React, and quickly add some great components to your React app with this series of short quickstart videos.
Fortunately, Kendo UI makes that easy by providing a rich set of UI components for a React environment and giving you everything from complex data grids and charts to buttons and gauges, all integrated with React. Kendo UI is easy to use and easy to learn, and we’ve just made it even easier. Not sure if Kendo UI is the right choice for you? Take a look at this series of quickstart videos that will show you how easy it is to get up and running with Kendo UI.
The videos are split up into individual topics so you can consume them at your own pace, and if you’ve already started with Kendo UI and React and don’t need to cover the first few topics you can easily skip ahead to new content. Below is a quick overview of the individual videos that are available, or feel free to just go take a look right here.
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John loves technology and because he just doesn’t get enough during the day, he also writes apps for fun as a hobby. He has worked in various software development and product marketing roles at both hardware and software companies. John has a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering (Computer Design) and is in the middle of his Master's in Computer Science. When not actually sitting in front of a monitor he enjoys playing guitar.
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