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Elena
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Elena asked on 16 Mar 2018, 06:00 PM

Hello,

We would like to use Telerik for our applications but need to read a good documentations how to start to create in chtml, we are using Razor for  right now. How to convert from Razor to Kento like dropdownlist using model and ajax?

Thank you!

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Nencho
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answered on 20 Mar 2018, 02:23 PM
Hello Elena ,

Actually the syntax and conventions are very similar, but of course quite richer in terms of functionalities, events and capabilities. I would suggest you to revise the documentation that we have regarding the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC and our online demos, where each of the components has its own section and mots important features/usage showcased:
Each of the widgets in the documentation and demo site above contain examples with both Razor and ASPX, so you can use the needed one.

Lastly, I wan to inform you that the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC widgets are actually a server wrappers of the rich and famous Kendo UI widgets. That being said, each of the corresponding wrapper contains the basic functionalities of its core client-side widget. Also each of the UI for ASP.NET MVC widgets could be easily managed through their rich client API, which can be revised below:

https://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/api/javascript/ui/autocomplete

Hope this information helps.

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Nencho
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answered on 04 Jun 2018, 08:36 AM

Hi  Nencho,

unfortunatly the examples do not cover all issues and answers  are difficult to find.

I have couple mor specific:

1) I am using as a source restf service based on odata. In first place I did used kendo grid  for javascript (odata version 3). That works fine. But I did need migrate to odata v4 (v3 is not supportting compsite key). Ok most migration issues I have solved but for instance one from me more than 1 day (and there are more issue which will probably will take considarable time). The issue was receiving records number. In version 3 it was 'odata.count' in version 4 it becomes '@odata.count' and kendo component does not accept this special char. Ok in case of javascript I did manage supply for 'total' property javascpt function with escape notition for this charachter. The value is not accepted under any conditions. Next was to get the same result for Razor helper. Ocasionally after 1 day messing around i did supply to property Total empty string and then counter starts working. You cannot find such things in documentation neither in examples. 

That's why I would ask somebody in your team who can guid me in such kind issues.

I have some of them:

1- It is possible wrap kendogrid (and probably other components ) for javascript arround existing tag $('myid').kendo.Grid {.etc..}. How can be achieved the same in case of razor helper? It creates new tag with ID defined in property Name(), even if tag with same Id exists? 

2 - in kendo api for expanding entities is used paramer $expand, this i can not find in case of Razor helper

3 - for javascript Api it can be defined menu per column. How do the same for Razor helper.

Most questions are how reproduce the properties defined for javascript API in Razor helper case.

 

 

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Nencho
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answered on 06 Jun 2018, 08:48 AM
Hello Jamal,

As your question is rather related to the Grid usage, I would like to ask you to submit a separate ticket on the matter. The reason is that on this topic it is discussed the general resources and documentation for the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC suite.

Thank you in advance for your understanding.

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Nencho
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