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Taras asked on 22 Mar 2021, 03:09 PM

What is the proper location to post issues with the on demand courses?
Looking at the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core course, comments are rarely responded to.

I'm trying to work through it but encountered an issue and can't really proceed with the course.  Made a comment but I'm not sure anyone is really looking at them.

Based on dates displayed in the examples, the course was recorded in 2019 so I'm sure a number of changes have taken place since then.

 

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Neli
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answered on 25 Mar 2021, 03:06 PM

Hi Taras,

Indeed, we missed replying to your comment in the Virtual Classroom. Please excuse us about that.  We will do our best to not miss a comment in the future.

I will need a little bit more time to review the comment left and provide you with the appropriate information. I will update this thread once I have more information to share. 

However, anytime you have a question regarding Telerik Virtual Classroom you could always post a question in the Forum, open a support ticket, or leave a comment in the Virtual Classroom. 

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answered on 26 Mar 2021, 02:24 PM

Hi Taras,

Thank you very much for your patience.

For convenience I will paste also the questions from the Visual Classroom here as well:

1) In the Server-side Setup segment, it says the tag helper should be Kendo.Core.  In the Tag Help segment it says tag helper should be Kendo.MVC

In order to add Kendo Tag Helpers to an ASP.NET Core project, you should add '@addTagHelper "*, Kendo.Mvc"' as described here in our documentation.

2) Using either Kendo.Core or Kendo.MVC, there is no change in color of the pasted text.  Is that something else that was configured in VS?

Additional setup is not needed in order to have the imports in the _ViewImports.cshtml highlighted. However, you could check the Stackoverflow thread linked here regarding the Visual Studio color coding not working

3) Button shows as plain text, not like the other three as discussed around 2:42 mark of the Tag Helper segment

Note, that the buttons shown in the Tag Helpers video in 2.24 are not Kendo buttons. They are standard buttons created with the code that you will find in the screencast linked here. Note, that as marked in the beginning of the video (00:45) -  'this will not give us the expected result until we add the client-side libraries'. Could you please confirm if the client-side resources are successfully added to your project? 

The article regarding adding the client-side resources linked below could be helpful:

- https://docs.telerik.com/aspnet-core/installation/getting-started-copy-client-resources

Another article that could be helpful is 'Creating New Projects'.  The article describes how a new Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core application could be created using the 'Create New Project Wizard'.

- https://docs.telerik.com/aspnet-core/installation/vs-integration/new-project-wizard

I hope you will find the provided information helpful.

 

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Neli
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answered on 01 Apr 2021, 05:30 PM

I'll point out some discrepancies:

1) Kendo.Core vs. Kendo.MVC. - The course in Server side setup at 1:43 mark has Kendo.Core typed in then in Tag Helpers it shows Kendo.MVC and in neither segment does it show quotes around the string.  The course should be consistent.

2) In the installation segment around 2:41 mark it shows Dependencies > NuGet.  I don't remember when, but Dependencies > Nuget got changed to Dependencies > Packages. Someone new to VS & .Net Core could be confused about this. 

3) Relating to the above, around 2:55 mark, there's a discussion under Dependencies > Nuget about Kendo.MVC.DLL. Under Dependencies > Packages, there is  Telerik.UI.for.ASPNet.Core (2021.1.224) but there is no Kendo.MVC.DLL listed there.

I did get the button to look like what was displayed in the course, but ended up having to uninstall and reinstall Visual Studio to accomplish this.

I still think the course needs to be updated to reflect current software.

 

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Neli
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answered on 06 Apr 2021, 09:25 AM

Hello Taras,

Thank you very much for the detailed feedback. Constructive feedback is always valuable to us as it points us to what can be improved.

We will take into account your comments when updating the UI for ASP.NET Core Virtual Classroom. 

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Neli
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answered on 06 Apr 2021, 07:37 PM

Additional issue.  In the Client Row Templates segment, around the :35 mark, he pasts the template code and then displays the page showing the updated display.  If you follow strictly along, copying the relevant code from the Kendo project, no rows will appear.

This is because not until the 1:40 mark is it mentioned that additional functions have to be added.

The additional code should be mentioned before the display at the :35 mark.

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Ivan Danchev
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answered on 09 Apr 2021, 12:25 PM

Taras,

Thank you for providing these additional details.

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Ivan Danchev
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