Best practices with Kendo, using as git sub module

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Eran
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Eran asked on 10 Aug 2023, 12:27 PM

Hi

Our development team is installing all the library files in the project in order to work with it, is that right?

We're in the middle of a migration to GitLab SaaS, and the project using Kendo has a very large repository (too much for migration), so I'm thinking -  Is there a better and easier way to work with the Kendo code?

Did anyone try to use it as a Git sub-module?

any other way that won't enlarge our code?

 

Thanks!

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Neli
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answered on 15 Aug 2023, 08:36 AM

Hello Eran,

I replied earlier to the support thread regarding the same issue. As it could be helpful to the other users in the forum I will paste my reply here below as well:

Using a CDN is a great option for loading the Kendo styles and script, thus I would suggest trying using CDN in your application.

- https://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/intro/installation/cdn-service

You can also take a look at the other options for installing the Kendo library described in the 'Download and installation' section of our documentation such as:

- 'Installing with NPM - https://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/intro/installation/npm

and Installing with Nuget - https://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/intro/installation/nuget-install

In addition, regarding GitLab what could be helpful is DevOpsExamples repo by Lance McCarthy and the blog post by Lance McCarthy:

- https://gitlab.com/LanceMcCarthy/DevOpsExamples

- https://www.telerik.com/blogs/azure-devops-and-telerik-nuget-packages

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Neli
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