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Falafel Support asked on 17 Feb 2014, 02:21 PM
I enjoy being able to use jsfiddle.net to test out concepts and it works well for sharing concepts with Kendo UI as well.
I have set up a Kendo UI starter template that includes the basic Kendo CSS and JS files, but I thought it would be great if Kendo could be included in the list of built-in frameworks (jsbin already does this).

A few questions:
  1. Are there any licensing issues with this?
  2. JSFiddle states that they currently only support 1 JS file and 1 CSS file.  From my experience, it seems like you need 2 CSS files: default and common.  Is there a way to get a CDN link that combines necessary CSS files for cases like this?

I created a jsfiddle issue here to request Kendo UI to be added as a framework:
https://github.com/jsfiddle/jsfiddle-issues/issues/481

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Atanas Korchev
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answered on 17 Feb 2014, 02:43 PM
Hi,

We have requested this in the past but the jsfiddle guys declined that. Not sure if they will allow it this time considering there are other open issues for including Kendo UI.

To answer your questions:
  1. No. There are no licensing issues. You can use the Kendo CDN with jsfiddle. A lot of our users are already doing it by manually including the required assets.
  2. Indeed Kendo UI needs two CSS files - a common one and the theme. We currently don't offer a combined version on CDN. 

Regards,
Atanas Korchev
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