In this engaging video series, you’ll get a hands-on demo of the Kendo UI components for Angular. In what is probably the best video course for getting started with these Angular components, you will learn how to create a basic Angular app using the Angular CLI, add components, and style the app to match your requirements. Presented by Alyssa Nicoll, one of our expert developer advocates, this series is both informative and enjoyable.
To really understand just how easy it is to get started with Angular and Kendo UI, we’ll begin building out a project by first using the Angular CLI. In this first episode, we’ll install the CLI, generate our Angular app, iInstall Kendo UI Buttons and include them in our app!
We were able to get our Angular app generated, include Kendo UI in the app and get our first button working. There are so many MANY more options when it comes to buttons in Kendo UI, however. This video will show the blackbelt ways of the button.
Our buttons are looking pretty good as is. But what if we wanted to customize them? Where would we even get started? Find out the answers to these questions, along with other input related questions in this third episode of the Angular and Kendo UI video course.
What is a button without a form? What is a to-do list without to-do items? We will answer these philosophical questions, along with other form related questions in this episode of the Angular and Kendo UI video tutorial.
We start with a to-do app using our marvelous Kendo UI Buttons as individual to-do items. We then add in the Kendo UI Textbox input and get our to-do app fully functioning!
Our to-do app is functional with the ability to add and remove to-do items to the to-do list. We are using Kendo UI buttons and a textbox input to make this UI happen & it’s looking pretty good with our custom styles easily modifying the Kendo UI components. The only thing that is missing in the UX is motion! Some animations would really snazzify our app while providing useful feedback as well as a spatial mental model to our users. Let’s get started!
Our to-do app is looking great using Kendo UI components & custom Angular animations. However, each to-do item could benefit by having a time assigned. We easily accomplish this by adding the Kendo UI Timepicker!
The final touch to our to-do app is to add a Kendo UI Chart showing us our busiest time of day. We will use our to-do data, make a custom pipe that will return just the number from the to-do due time, and then chart the hours in our day to see when the busiest time is.
The Kendo UI data grid includes over 100 customizable features. Watch this video to learn how easy it is to implement some popular features including resizing, filtering, data binding, grouping, sorting, and paging.
About the presenter:
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Alyssa is an Angular Developer Advocate & GDE. Her two degrees (Web Design & Development and Psychology) feed her speaking career. She has spoken at over 20 conferences internationally, specializing in motivational soft talks, enjoys gaming and scuba diving, and has a toothless dog named Gummy. Her DM is always open.
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