But the widespread use of this client-side solution may introduce a potential pitfall: security.
Step 1: Start Strong
And recent reviews highlight Kendo UI’s “flexible, high-quality UI components,” recognize its ability to “work more quickly and efficiently getting the software to the business,” and offer praise for a “robust web development tool kit with great support at a reasonable cost.”
- Multiple framework support—Drop Kendo UI into your jQuery, Angular, React or Vue framework for automatic, integrated support.
- Continuous improvement—Our internal QA teams and active user community ensure every component works as expected, every time.
Step 2: Recognize and Address Risks
Some common exploits and attacks are Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)—where an attacker injects malicious code into a legitimate (but vulnerable) application and Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) that involves taking over or impersonating a user’s browser session by hijacking the session cookie.
Step 3: In-App Protection