Quality and Stability

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  1. John Reynolds
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    Sep 2008

    Posted 21 Jan 2016 Link to this post


     I'm posting this not directly as criticism, but rather hoping to glean some feedback from the community at large. It *seems* to me that each release of the Kendo (and ASP.Net MVC) product lines are riddled with problems which require multiple hotfixes almost immediately after release. It just feels that the quality and stability of these two products from a release standpoint is far less than what I have experienced with other Telerik products in the past.

     Does anyone else in the community feel this way - can anyone in Telerik speak to this for me, or am I simply not understanding the process?

     Thank you,


  2. Tab
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    Jul 2012

    Posted 21 Jan 2016 Link to this post

    I concur.  It's bad enough that numerous 'New' features are actually bug fixes to just release products but to update you need to go through this laborious process of running the nuget package which installs every .js and .css file under the sun as well as the .js and .css files you need.


    Might be time to consider other solutions which have a record of quality and extensive QA testing though that may be a pipe dream.


  3. T. Tsonev
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    Posted 25 Jan 2016 Link to this post


    I agree that the current release model is not what it should be. We have identified this problem and we're working towards building a continuous delivery model.

    It's still too early to tell where that will take us, but we hope to solve a lot of the problems of the monolithic releases.

    Other than that, we hope each release to get better as the product matures and our processes improve.

    T. Tsonev
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