In this engaging video course, you will learn how to quickly start working with the KendoReact UI library, how to implement and customize components, and how to take advantage of the powerful React UI components available in KendoReact. There are five short videos in this series, in which Tara will explain everything you need to know using the right mix of expertise and a sense of humor.
If you are still wondering if the KendoReact components are right for your project, watch this quickstart video to get your questions answered. This UI component library was built from the ground up specifically for React projects. We’ll look into what this means for your development process, including quick spin-up time, out-of-the-box accessibility compliance, styling, internationalization and more.
KendoReact components page (where you can also download the free trial)
KendoReact React components built specifically for React
To really understand just how easy it is to create with React and Kendo UI, we’ll start building out a project by first using `create-react-app`. We’ll check out the KendoReact DropDownList, NumericTextBox and Grid components, install them into our project and take a look at an easy way to style them.
Now that you’ve seen how to incorporate KendoReact components into your React project, we’ll get started with implementing the KendoReact Grid, Dropdown List, Inputs and Buttons, and peek inside some of their features. We’ll quickly build out an interactive React application taking advantage of the KendoReact built-in themes.
With our working React application now ready, we can delve further into the KendoReact components. We will customize the components we added in the last getting started video, the Grid, NumericTextBox, DropDownList and Buttons, and discuss all the functionality available at your fingertips once you are wielding these powerful components.
Now that we have a great React project built with KendoReact, we’ll look into what else we can create with this versatile UI library. We will also explore great ways to take your React app to the next level by making it a Progressive Web App (spoiler: you’ve already built one!). Finally, you’ll be ordained with additional resources to continue your journey as we’re sure you are ready to begin your next React app with KendoReact.
Service Workers: an Introduction by Matt Gaunt
Progressive Web Apps on developers.google.com
Tara on PWAs, a conversation with Scott Hanselman (on The Hanselminutes podcast)
About the presenter:
Progress Developer Relations
Now that you’ve learned a bit about using the KendoReact components in a real application, give it a try yourself! Download your free 30-day KendoReact trial that includes the code, documentation and even support during your trial period. See how easy it is to meet your deadline while improving your app’s user experience with the power of KendoReact components.Get a Free 30-day Trial