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Thomas asked on 01 Dec 2018, 12:22 PM

Hi, sorry i am new to Web Applications and do not know all of the features inside the different versions yet.

I need a help here to estimate if i better should use the Telerik + ASP.Net Core (+ Razor Pages) or older ASP.Net MVC5 version.

 

I have 2 requirements  to solve.

 

1) creating a generic Grid. ( user should be able to select any tablename from sqlserver schema , and the structure is only known at RT. ) and this should be

     shown with CRUD operations on them.( grouping , paging not needed but sorting and filters )

     so ok there is an ExpandoObject Class which can give me a Runtime type and i found Telerik Grid could be bound against it but last issue very old 2011 was

     that there is a problem with Inserts/Update/Deletes.

2) A  Grid with a known model. ( But there are some features needed like grouping, maybe paging, aggregation and CRUD as well sorting and filtering ) .

 

So from your opinition may it better to choose Telerik Grid with   ASP.Net Core ( + Razor)  or ASP.Net MVC5

thanks a lot

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Marin Bratanov
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answered on 04 Dec 2018, 01:32 PM
Hello Thomas,

Both UI for ASP.NET Core and UI for ASP.NET MVC suites are server-side wrappers over the Kendo UI for jQuery widgets. So, in all cases you get the jQuery widget instantiated, the difference is purely syntactical for the source code. Nesting widgets in templates with the Razor syntax is perhaps a little harder because it requires another level of escaping. You can read more about the difference between widgets and their wrappers in the following article: https://docs.telerik.com/aspnet-mvc/getting-started/kendo-ui-vs-mvc-wrappers.

With this in mind, whether you will be using .NET Core or standard is a project-level consideration that does not really affect our widgets, creating the desired code is going to be the same in both cases. So, I advise that you make the framework/technology decision based on your project's requirements and plans rather than around the UI widgets it will use.


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