Catch a sneak peek at the latest updates coming next week in the R2 2018 release of Kendo UI. There are great new features for every framework version. Watch the release webinar to learn more.
The new Kendo UI release – R2 2018 – is coming on May 16th and there are some great new features coming for every framework version. Here’s a quick look at what you’ll see in this new release.
Included in R2 are new chatbot components for all framework libraries. These provide the key support you need to develop conversation UI applications.
We’ve added a number of new sample apps and examples for specific technologies, including PWAs, Electron, and Cloud-based apps.
For Kendo UI for jQuery, we’ve added a new DropDownTree component to our jQuery library based on popular request.
Kendo UI for React components now include support for localization. New components built from the ground up with React include Charts, DatePicker, TimePicker, ComboBox, and Switch. We’ve also enhanced the features in the Reatc grid to include In-line and In-cell editing, Grouping, and PDF and Excel export, and many more features.
Kendo UI for Angular enhancements include new Menu, Tooltip, and Toolbar components. We’ve also extended support for the Angular Grid with new features, and added new Material theme features.
For Kendo UI for Vue, we’ve added a new Vue DropDownTree component, and extended the Vue ecosystem to include support for Vuex and other libraries.
Kendo UI R2 will be released on May 16th, 2018 and will be available on the Kendo UI web pages for download. Existing customers can grab the new release right away, and new users can sign up for our free 30 day trial to get started.
We will also present all of our new features in detail in our release webinar on May 31st at 11:30 a.m. ET. The webinar will also be broadcast live at ProgressNEXT.
Kendo UI R2 2018 Release Webinar
John Willoughby is a product marketing manager and a software developer based in the Boston area. He is passionate about helping to give other developers better tools which is why he loves working with Kendo UI.