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Milen asked on 13 Jul 2018, 12:28 PM
 Hallo, 
i'm trying to load a tabstrip header from database. I mean, the change Paris, New York etc with data from database. I have read this demo https://docs.telerik.com/aspnet-mvc/helpers/tabstrip/overview#model-binding 
with the chapter "Model Binding". This is the source code 
@model IEnumerable<rcMDM.Data.MN_DEF_REITER>
@(Html.Kendo().TabStrip()
    .Name("reiterStrip")     
.BindTo(Model,(item,label)=>
    {       item.Text = label.RTR_LABEL;   })  )
I have seen that the admins from this forum are from Bulgaria or they understand bulgarian, so below i want to explain my problem on bulgarian too :) 
Здравейте, 
имам малък проблем с табчетата. Правя една апликация, която трябва да зарежда динамична информация. Една от желанията ми е да използвам табовете. Искам да зареждам само самите наименования на табовете. Съдържанието като грид успях да го свържа и се зарежда, но не успях да направя същото с табовете. Ще съм много благодарен за помощта  :) 

Best wishes, 

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answered on 17 Jul 2018, 10:01 AM
Hello Milen,

I have provided an answer in your other forum thread on the same topic. I would suggest to continue our conversation there in order to prevent thread duplication. 

I would also like to kindly ask you to submit your inquiries in English, as this is the official language for Customer Support communication. This is described in our Support Policy below:


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