Recommended way for building Themebuilder SCSS

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Thomas
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Thomas asked on 14 Jun 2023, 07:04 AM

Hi

What is the recommended way to build the Themebuilder exported scss? 

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Nick Iliev
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answered on 14 Jun 2023, 10:35 AM

Hello Thomas,

 

Thank you for your interest in ThemeBuilder!

ThemeBuilder is a tool that generates CSS and SCSS styles based on the Kendo themes. It fully supports all Kendo UI and Telerik UI libraries, including Angular, Vue, React, Blazor, NET MVC, JVC, PHP, and more. This wide range of compatibility allows you to use the generated styles with any of the mentioned technology frameworks.

When deciding which technology to use, it's essential to consider factors such as the specific application you are building, the business needs surrounding it, and the coding preferences and knowledge of your development team. These factors will help you make an informed decision based on what aligns best with your requirements and resources. For example, your team might prefer one of the NET-based frameworks (like Blazor, MVC, ASP.NET Core) if your coding preference is based on .NET and C#, or they can choose Angular, Vue, React, or JQuery if you prefer to create JS/TS applications. 

You can quickly create test demo applications with any of the mentioned technologies. All you need is to create an application that utilizes the Kendo/Telerik UI controls and add the generated ThemeBuilder styles, as shown in our export guide.

We hope the information provided above proves helpful in choosing the right technology. Should you require any additional information, please feel free to contact us.

 

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Nick Iliev
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