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Larry asked on 13 Aug 2017, 02:22 PM

I'm wondering if anyone can advise on integrating this confirmation dialog into kendo and styling it so it's more similar?

Is it even compatible?  I think it should be but so far haven't had any luck getting it up and running - I've only got a few months experience in JS.

http://demos.pierrejeanparra.com/jquery-plugins/fast-confirm/test.html
http://blog.pierrejeanparra.com/jquery-plugins/fast-confirm/
https://github.com/pjparra/Fast-Confirm

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Ivan Danchev
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answered on 15 Aug 2017, 02:17 PM
Hello Larry,

Kendo UI has its own confirm dialog, as well as alert and prompt dialogs. You can find a demo that showcases them here. Let us know if you have any questions on customizing the appearance or using the API (it inherits configuration and methods from the Dialog widget) of the Kendo UI Confirm.

As for the linked third party plug-in, we are not familiar with its functionality and customization capabilities.
With regard to guidance and/or assistance with third party products integration we can suggest you to consider using our Professional Services, withing the scope of which fall this kind of services. If this option presents an interest we can arrange our colleagues to get in touch with you.

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answered on 15 Aug 2017, 07:49 PM

Hi Ivan,

I've played with the Kendo confirm dialog and they appear to be like a separate window rather than an embedded message if you will.

What I like about the way that the fast-confirm is done is that it appears to be an extension of the control almost,.

The notification widget is the closest to it, and perhaps it can be extended with some html or JS to provide a yes/no or ok/cancel feature. Do you think that this is possible to accomplish and get working?

Thanks,

Larry

 

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Ivan Danchev
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answered on 17 Aug 2017, 01:02 PM
Hi Larry,

Here's a dojo example, which demonstrates a functionality similar to the one of the Confirm dialog implemented with the Notification widget.

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answered on 17 Aug 2017, 02:07 PM

Wow Ivan that's fantastic! It looks to be exactly what I'm looking for and I'm pretty sure I can use this approach.

I knew choosing Kendo was going to be the right choice!

Thanks so much :)

Larry

 

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