• .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI JavaScript

    Easy Custom Kendo UI Mobile Icons With Font Awesome

    Kendo UI Mobile ships with a great selection of icons. However, you are probably going to want to add your own. It's easy, and Font Awesome gives you over 361 additional icons to add to your arsenal. Here's how to integrate Font Awesome icons with Kendo UI Mobile.
    September 17, 2013
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI JavaScript

    jQuery UI vs. Kendo UI - What's the Difference?

    Back in January of 2012, we created to document the features of each library in an attempt to provide an accurate and fair comparison. Unfortunately, by internet standards January 2012 is ancient, and both Kendo UI and jQuery UI have evolved considerably. I recently started at Telerik as a developer advocate and was tasked with bringing the site up to date.
    September 12, 2013
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI JavaScript

    LIVE from jQuery Austin 2013

    Kendo UI is LIVE at the jQuery Austin conference this week. Get the lowdown on what's been going on at the conference, and a sneak peak into a secret project we've been working on.
    September 11, 2013
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI JavaScript

    iOS 7 Support for Kendo UI Mobile Available Today!

    Happy Tuesday, everyone! Getting ready to fire up a new tab and hit your favorite “Liveblog” for today’s Apple event? I certainly will be. Before the internet comes alive with real-time reaction to whatever tricks Apple has up their sleeve today, however, we wanted to share a bit of exciting Kendo UI news: official support for the latest version of Apple’s flagship mobile OS, iOS 7 is available to Kendo UI Mobile customers, today!
    September 10, 2013
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI JavaScript

    Binding Kendo UI Widgets In A Backbone.View

    It's not terribly difficult to get a Kendo UI control in to a Backbone.View. I've written about this before, and I do it a lot. Sure, there are a few little things you need to know about - like when to initialize the control - but for the most part, getting the widgets in place is easy. Once you have the Kendo UI Widgets in place, though, things get to be a little more ... interesting. If you want to respond to standard DOM events within a Backbone.View, you can just use the events configuration. But if you want to handle events that comes from the Kendo UI widgets directly, you would be in for writing some extra code in your view to manually wire this up. Until now.
    September 04, 2013