We export page elements on the client with the Kendo UI Drawing. Since the export is done on the client the export can be done in MVC, or in Core (MVC pattern or RazorPages) with no need for any specific configuration based on the framework. With one exception, if the file needs to be saved on the server (using a Proxy), the syntax that specifies the action (MVC) or the page method (RazorPages) would be slightly different. So our demo for MVC: https://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-mvc/pdf-export would still be applicable, and only the proxyUrl option needs to be changed from:
But this configuration is optional and can be omitted.
Attached to this reply you can find a sample ASP.NET Core RazorPages project, that demonstrates the client-side export of a Grid with Drawing.
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