This article states the system requirements you need to work with the Kendo UI for Angular suite.
The Kendo UI for Angular suite is OS agnostic.
The required Node.js version is 14.0.0 or later. Alongside the Node.js installation, a supported NPM version will be installed. You can also install Kendo UI for Angular components with third-party package managers such as Yarn.
For Node.js version 16.0.0 and above, use the following flag to ensure all the correct peer dependencies versions are installed in your project.
npm install --legacy-peer-deps
To check your Node.js version, run
node --version in a terminal or console window.
Kendo UI for Angular supports the latest official Angular version and those currently under long-term support (LTS). Since our components are shipped in Ivy format, at the moment those are the following:
For more details, refer to the Support Policy and Schedule article in the official Angular documentation.
To check your Angular project version, run
ng version in a terminal or console window.
Kendo UI for Angular also provides tagged package versions, targeting applications running specific non-supported versions of Angular. To install the library in a legacy Angular application, follow the instructions in Updating to Unsupported Releases.
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Kendo UI for Angular supports the major browsers just as Angular does. For more details, refer to the Browser Support article in the official Angular documentation.
Dropping IE 11 Support
Kendo UI for Angular provides partial support for Internet Explorer 11 and will remove it completely by the end of 2022.
The main reason for dropping the IE 11 support is that the Angular team deprecated it in version 12, and removed it altogether in version 13.
Additionally, Microsoft have announced that the IE 11 desktop application will be retired and go out of support for certain operating systems on June 15, 2022.