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Html.Kendo() vs Html.Telerik() and other documentation issues

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David asked on 17 Aug 2013, 11:16 AM
I am relatively new to MVC and web programming in general but have used almost all the other Telerik controls (Forms, WPF, Silverlight). I downloaded and installed what I believe to be the Q2 2013 Kendo MVC controls. All of the documentation and examples use Html.Kendo()... But all I can find are Html.Telerik()... This would not be a problem except the documentation and demos do NOT match the api I appear to have. For example I am working with the Grid control and there is no OnChange event like in the demos and documentation but there are OnRowSelect and OnRowSelected events which are not documented.

Am I missing something?

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Dave Goughnour

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Kiril Nikolov
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answered on 20 Aug 2013, 11:42 AM
Hello David,

Html.Kendo() is the extension method used when you create and Kendo UI project using the MVC wrappers, while Html.Telerik() is part of another Telerik product, that is different from Kendo UI. Are you sure you have downloaded the correct bundle?

As a new user I would suggest you to take a look at the Getting started section of the website and take a look at the examples that we attached in the Kendo UI bundle. You will find them when you unzip the package and go to Wrappers/aspnetmvc/Examples
 
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