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It *can* be used with ASP.Net, but it was not intended to work with it (at least not now in version 1). The most unbelievable thing is that Telerik just released JSP Java helpers, before making them for ASP.Net. And finally, when their support people respond to your support ticket, they send you ASP.Net MVC samples without asking...blindly assuming the whole world is using MVC.
You can find some resources for using Kendo UI in ASP.NET WebForms in our documentation and blogs. Start here for example. We also have a few sample applications created for ASP.NET WebForms. The source code is available on github as well.
Finally if you need web controls for ASP.NET you can always use RadControls for ASP.NET Ajax which is another product of Telerik. It provides all the benefits of ASP.NET WebForms - controls, design time support etc. We even have controls for some Kendo UI widgets e.g. Chart and Gauge.
the Telerik team
The main thing to keep in mind is that Kendo has a feeling of being bleeding edge, so you will be left frustrated trying to get anything beyond basic things to work. Our thought is that if it's not exactly like the demo, don't bother trying to use Kendo. You will need to take any project estimates and multiple them by four.
Telerik was awesome though.