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KendoReact R1 2019 Sneak Peek_870x220

The R1 2019 release is coming soon. Get an early look at all the new updates coming to KendoReact, including new components and much more.

It’s a brand new year and you know what that means: our R1 release is coming up soon! While it’s not here quite yet, I wanted to give everyone an early look at what you can expect in the next release of KendoReact!

Brand New Components

With this release we have 7 new components for you to pick up and start using! That’s a whole lot of new components! This list includes highly requested components like the Window, Splitter, MaskedTextBox and TreeView components just to name a few.

Improvements Across the Board

Of course we have had a ton of improvements and new features added to our existing components as well. Some highlights include the introduction of frozen columns in the Grid (just one of many features added) as well as a new and exciting approach for customizing our DateInput and TimePicker components (more on what this means to come with the release).


This is just a small preview of what’s to come! For more information you’ll have to wait on the official release on January 16th. If you want to be extra prepared and get an in-depth look at this and everything else with the release then you should register for our live webinar on Wednesday, January 16th at 11 AM ET. Seats are limited so jump over to the registration page and reserve your seat today!

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Carl Bergenhem
About the Author

Carl Bergenhem

Carl Bergenhem is the Product Manager for Kendo UI. Throughout his time at Telerik/Progress he has covered the entire portfolio of products offered, but mainly spent his time in the web development arena covering ASP.NET Ajax, ASP.NET MVC, and JavaScript-based products. He’s passionate about web technologies and tries to stay on top of all JavaScript libraries and frameworks relating to Kendo UI, developing with jQuery, Angular, React, and Vue.js on a regular basis. In his free time Carl enjoys slaying virtual monsters, snowboarding and playing his guitar.

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