The second Telerik and Kendo UI release of the year has arrived! Check out the all-new and first-to-market Telerik UI for Blazor, and learn everything that's new, including new components and hundreds of improvements!
Every day as we open the telerik.com home page, we are reminded of the goal we are pursuing—to make Modern UI easy for you. On the web, on desktop and on mobile, with your framework and programming language of choice. Enabling you to be the best developer you can possibly be.
Our second release for 2019 delivers precisely on this goal by providing support for the latest technologies for building applications. We are excited to introduce the GA release of the all-new Telerik UI for Blazor component suite, packed with more than 16 native components. In addition, we are also happy to announce support for Visual Studio 2019 and .NET Core 3.0, numerous new controls and improvements across all frameworks and platforms. Read on for more details, and for those of you who just want to get the bits right away, you can get them here.
As one of the first teams to throw our support behind this new Microsoft framework, we want to help Blazor mature faster and ensure the ecosystem around it is ready for all of you who are as passionate about Blazor as we are.
That’s a huge number of components! And all of them are native to the Blazor framework, so no funky business with wrappers. After a lot of research we decided to build the components natively in order to take full advantage of the framework capabilities and not make any sacrifices in terms or performance or functionality. With this list you can already start developing pretty advanced applications using Blazor. Needless to say, more components will be coming as soon as they are ready.
All of the input components can take advantage of Blazor’s validation framework and there’s full support for templates across the board.
One of the heavier hitters here is obviously the native Grid component. Just as a quick highlight, here are the initial features we have managed to squeeze in to the Grid (with more to come of course).
There’s just so much to showcase in the new Telerik UI for Blazor, so if you want to deep dive into it you can easily do it now.
If you’ve already been using Telerik UI for Blazor in its earlier iterations, you can go over to our What’s New in Telerik UI for Blazor 1.0.0 page to see what’s changed.
The R2 2019 release formalizes our support for Visual Studio 2019 and .NET Core 3.0, and brings a bunch of new controls for your web, mobile and desktop applications. While not a comprehensive list, below are our Telerik release highlights. Make sure you check out the release notes and blogs (see the table below) for each product to learn about everything that is included.
A large list of Scheduler enhancements and features, including drag & drop, resizing of events and export to PDF
You can find out more details on all this at the Kendo UI release blogpost.
While this blog post provides a high-level overview, you will want to check out these in-depth blog posts which cover all new features in detail.
|Kendo UI||Telerik||Reporting & Mocking|
|KendoReact||Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC||Telerik Reporting and Report Server|
|Kendo UI for Angular||Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core||Telerik JustMock|
|Kendo UI for Vue||Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX|
|Kendo UI for jQuery||Telerik UI for Xamarin|
|Telerik UI for WinForms|
|Telerik UI for WPF|
We’d appreciate you pulling our new release today and sharing your feedback at https://feedback.telerik.com to help us shape the future of our Telerik and Kendo UI line of products.
Seeing is believing, so register to see all the new features—WEBINARS ARE COMING UP FAST! It will help you to follow along easily if you download the latest release here.
Date/Time: Wednesday, 29 May 2019, 11 a.m. – 12 a.m. ET
Date/Time: Tuesday, 4 June 2019, 11 a.m. – 12 a.m. ET
Date/Time: Thursday, 6 June 2019, 11 a.m. – 12 a.m. ET
Galia is a Product Marketing Manager for Telerik Reporting, Telerik Report Server and Telerik DevCraft at Progress. She has 18+ years in marketing, improving the sales, performance and reputation of a great number of international companies. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, psychology, mountain climbing and music.
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