Are you ready for more Kendo UI in your browser? With the next major release of Kendo UI just weeks away, it’s time to talk Beta.

The Q1 2014 Release of Kendo UI is going to deliver a lot of cool enhancements across the entire Kendo UI framework (Web, DataViz, and Mobile), continuing Kendo UI’s vision of providing everything you need to build sites and mobile apps with HTML and JavaScript. But I don’t want to spoil the fun today. For all of the details, we'll follow-up in March with a full overview blog and access to the release bits. Keep your eyes peeled on the Blogs and via Twitter for details.

For those of you that really want to get hands-on with the next release early, though, I invite you to check out the Q1 2014 beta. You can download the Beta from your online client account and play with the bits directly, or you can visit the Beta demos site and see the new widgets and features in action.

BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE! We just added a brand new feature to our demos that allow you to edit and play with all of our demos in the brand-new Kendo UI Scratchpad! Just click on the "Edit this example" button beneath each demo and you'll get an interactive sample ready for tweaking!

As always, if you have any beta feedback, we’d love to hear it in our forums!

So, to quickly recap:

  • Our next major release is coming on March 19th
  • For early adopters, the Q1 2014 beta is available NOW

Enjoy your week, playing with the Kendo UI beta bits!

Brandon Satrom is the Senior Director of Product Management at Telerik
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Brandon Satrom

Brandon Satrom (@BrandonSatrom) is General Manager for Telerik Developer Tools and Platform. A longtime developer, Brandon is passionate about the web, mobile and is an aspiring maker and electronics enthusiast. Brandon has spoken at national, international and online events, and he loves hanging out with and learning from passionate designers and developers. He is the author of two books, the latest being "Building Polyfills" from O'Reilly. Brandon lives in Austin, TX with his wife, Sarah, and three sons, Benjamin, Jack and Matthew. He can be found on Twitter as @brandonsatrom.

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