Summary: Today, we’re starting a new, monthly series that highlights notable activity in the Kendo UI Labs, including new projects, updates and key contributors.
With our Q1 2013 release, we introduced a brand new website for open-source Kendo UI extensions and integrations, the Kendo UI Labs. By now, I hope you’ve had a chance to head on over to labs.kendoui.com and check out one or more of the projects there. For an overview of the purpose of the Labs, check out my blog post from March.
Today, We’re introducing a new, monthly series on the blogs, where we’ll take a few minutes to highlight all of the notable additions, releases and major happenings over at labs.kendoui.com. Our goal is to keep you informed of the goings on over in that space, while also highlighting some of the excellent contributions coming from Kendo UI community members.
So, here we go…
gem install kendo-rails
Even though I, Burke and Derick do love spending as much time as we can working in the labs, we owe much of the activity in these and other projects to our first-class contributors. The following is a list of folks that have made a noticeable contribution to Kendo UI Labs projects over the last month:
Want to add your name to the list for next time? We’d love to hear from you, so jump on in.
That’s all for the May update. Keep an eye on the Labs, and we’ll see you next month with more Kendo UI Labs goodies!
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