Every app deserves a sleek design. Learn more about the latest updates to our Telerik and Kendo UI tools that will help you deliver outstanding apps.
At Progress, we believe that every app deserves a sleek design; one that not only is pleasing to the eye, but easy to navigate. We believe all developers should say “no” to ugly apps and create visually appealing apps with outstanding UX.
But we’re also realists and understand that not every team has the expertise nor every developer the time needed to build that kind of UI. That’s why our developer tools – Telerik and Kendo UI – were created. They were born out of the desire to make the world a better place, one eye-pleasing, easy-to-use-app at a time.
It was with that in mind that we embarked on building out the latest major release of our controls, the soon to be released R1 2018. On January 17, we will continue to help you say “no” to ugly apps with new features and functionality added to each suite and continued enhancements to our overall quality. Over the next few weeks, we will share more details of what you will see in the next release through the blogs. In the meantime, here are a few highlights:
While you’re anxiously awaiting Jan 17 so you can start playing with the cool new features and functionality, make sure you’ve downloaded a trial or purchased a DevCraft bundle. DevCraft gives you access to all of the toolsets, allowing you to say “no” to ugly apps for the desktop, web, or mobile.
And don't forget to mark your calendars for our release webinars, where our technical experts will provide a deep dive into all of our new features and functionalities. Register today for the Telerik webinar (Jan 30th at 11:00 a.m. ET) and the Kendo UI webinar (Feb 1 at 11:00 a.m. ET).
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Sara Faatz is a senior product marketing manager on the Progress Telerik UI for Xamarin team. She has spent the majority of her career in the developer space building community, producing events, creating marketing programs, and more. When she's not working, she likes diving with sharks, running, and watching hockey.