Where is the Kendo.all.js file?

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Paul asked on 17 Nov 2022, 01:52 PM

Download 2022.1.301 commercial. The file is 10 MB or so. Same for versions 2022.1.412, 2022.2.510, 2022.2.621, 2022.2.802, and 2022.3.913.

When we get to the 2022.3.1109 commercial download it is no longer included. A 1kb file is there with build statements like importing other files. I need the real file.

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commented on 22 Nov 2022, 07:27 AM

Hi Paul,

I checked in the size of the kendoui.for.jquery.2022.3.1109.commercial.zip and as you can see in the screencast linked here, the size is similar to the other Kendo version commercial.zip files. Also when the zip is downloaded the kendo.all.min.js file is available. Please let me know if I am missing something. What are the options in your Telerik profile when you select the 2022.3.1109 vKendo version?

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Neli

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commented on 22 Nov 2022, 02:06 PM

I am looking for kendo.all.js, not kendo.all.min.js. This file is part of the source code area below where you are looking. You can see the sizes have changed dramatically:

Opening the prior versions you see this:

The current version shows this:

This matters because I'll run into a situation (random example: A drop down is closing when I don't expect it to). I will debug in this file to figure out why. I can't do that in the minified version. Then I can solve the problem. Also, there are a couple bugs in the script file that I have to fix each release if I upgrade my web application to a new Kendo version. I fix them in this readable file, and then carefully (and painstakingly) port the change to the custom downloadable minified file that gets published with my application.

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commented on 22 Nov 2022, 04:40 PM

@Neli - Could you provide me an email address I can submit a few issues to? As I mentioned above I use the kendo.all.js file to fix bugs and then I port these changes to the minified custom downloaded file. I have a list of issues I'd love to submit to someone. It's not one single thing, it's many. Or point me to where I should do that.
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commented on 25 Nov 2022, 11:53 AM

Hi Paul,

As of the 2022.3.1109 version, the Kendo UI code-base is available in the form of ECMAScript modules. You can read more in the article linked below:

https://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/intro/installation/ecmascript

And the following section described how you can manually build the scripts in order to have the kendo.all.min.js

- https://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/intro/installation/ecmascript#manually-building-the-source-code

Regarding the issues you would like to submit - are they a tehnical related questions? As in such case, please submit your questions in the forum and we will reply you back.

Regards,

Neli

 

 

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commented on 28 Nov 2022, 01:42 PM

They are not questions. They are bugs.
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commented on 29 Nov 2022, 02:49 PM

The links you point to use NPM which I've never heard of. Some searching shows it is related to Node.js which I do not use. It's not in the downloaded commercial content nor the source code. There are no instructions for how to get it either. Why is it no longer included? How can I get the file without using Node.js?

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commented on 01 Dec 2022, 12:46 PM

Hi Paul, 

I am afraid that currently in order to get the non-minified kendo.all script you will need to follow the steps described in the article. 

The NPM (Node Package Manager) is an important part for bundling JavaScript. 

Please try the commands decribed in the article and let us know in case you have any dificulties, so I could help you obtain the compiled file.  

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Neli

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