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Kendo UI Support for React & Vue Webinars_870x220

We're excited to bring React and Vue support to Kendo UI. Learn everything you need to know and watch as we showcase the components in our upcoming webinars.

We are very excited to announce that our Kendo UI component library will now have support for React and Vue applications! This includes awesome UI components like our Date Picker, PanelBar, TabStrip, Grid and more. You can check out the whole list here:

As always, our components give you the ability to code more robust apps faster!

Now with one Kendo UI license you can have the support for Angular, jQuery, React and Vue. So, if you change or migrate to a new technology environment, you're covered. Along with the many resources we provide, like great demos and the super handy Theme Builder, with these libraries you also get several different support options. When giving you the tools to build great with we want you to also have support you can count on.

Come Check it Out!

We can only fit so much in a blog post, so we decided to put on a webinar for you! Join us and we'll walk you through the easy setup and showcase a few awesome things the components can help you build. If you have any questions message us on Twitter at @KendoUI or with the hashtag #heyKendoUI and we can try to get them answered during the webinar.

Webinar Dates & Times

We're really excited to bring you more support for your favorite frameworks! Hope to see you there 😃 and in the meantime, get a free trial and try them out now:

Thanks & Happy Coding! 👩🏻‍💻

Tara Manicsic
About the Author

Tara Z. Manicsic

Tara Z. Manicsic is a lifelong student, teacher, and maker. She has spent her career using JavaScript on both back-end and front-end to create applications. A Developer Advocate for Progress, Google Developer Expert, and international technical speaker, she focuses on conveying the codebase she has learned. She also works in her community launching & directing the Cincinnati Chapter of Women Who Code and the Cincinnati branch of NodeSchool.

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