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Shailendra
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Shailendra asked on 01 Apr 2015, 05:23 AM
To reproduce an issue a user recently posted related to Kendo grid, I thought it might be possible for me to use .NET Fiddle for it. But I am not able to load Kendo references. In my application I add a reference to Kendo.Mvc.dll.I am wondering is there a way I can add a reference in .NET fiddle. .NET fiddle supports Nuget package however Kendo MVC wrapper does not come in a package.

My fiddle is: https://dotnetfiddle.net/vRAJfO

Found that Kendo has got a tutorial that let you create charts and play around with it:http://dojo.telerik.com/. But it does not allow you to write ASP.NET MVC style code like .NET Fiddle does.

Is there a way we can create a fiddle using Kendo ASP.NET MVC wrapper?

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Dimo
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answered on 01 Apr 2015, 03:18 PM
Hi Shailendra,

The Kendo UI MVC assembly cannot be publicly accessible, that's why there is no public NuGet package which you can use to reference this assembly in tools such as .NET Fiddle. 

The Kendo UI Dojo can be used to create examples with the vanilla HTML/Javascript Kendo UI widgets. There is no way to create fiddles featuring the Kendo UI ASP.NET MVC wrappers. If you need to provide examples and code, please send projects as attachments.

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Shailendra
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answered on 02 Apr 2015, 04:39 AM
Thanks Dimo for the response. I got it why it can not be a Nuget package. However, Dojo being your internal JS platform, can not it include default references (user won't be able to download anyway). Just curious.
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Dimo
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answered on 02 Apr 2015, 06:03 AM
Hi Shailendra,

You are right about the default references, however, the Dojo is designed to be an HTML/JS playground and the code is executed client-side. We currently do not provide a playground, which is able to execute server-side code.

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