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Learn all about generating PDFs in React: starting from two methods of exporting standard HTML elements to trickier scenarios such as exporting invoices with charts and special characters or exporting advanced UI components such as a data grid.
In this comprehensive series, TJ shares tips and strategies he’s learned from over a decade working with UI components on the web that can help you plan, build, and distribute your own corporate component library.
Of the many awesome things developers can do, most are enjoyable, some give you a headache, but also satisfaction, and a handful should be labeled “Here be dragons.” Discover why building a data grid from scratch falls into the latter category.
A collection of great tips and tricks for the React developer who strives to excel.
A tutorial with tons of examples that answers the question “What are React hooks?”
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TJ VanToll demonstrates how to work with KendoReact components using npm install, implementing the React Data Grid and React DatePicker as an example.
KendoReact Product Manager Carl Bergenhem walks you through two ways of exporting to PDF in React: PDFExport, which exports content as a component, and savePDF, which is used when we want to export HTML via a method.
In part II of Carl’s tutorial on exporting to PDF in React, he demonstrates a common exporting scenario: exporting invoices to PDF. He’ll add charts and other SVG elements and play with layout and paper size using CSS.
In this video, you’ll find an example of how to implement the KendoReact Grid and how to work with the following features: Theming and styling, Paging and Filtering.
This easy-to-follow tutorial demonstrates how you can add a good-looking, customized chart in your React app with just a few lines of code. You’ll also see how to connect your React chart to a data set.
Learn about the rich feature set of the KendoReact Data Grid from KendoReact Product Manager Carl Bergenhem himself. As he walks you through everything you need to know, you will quickly get an idea whether our React Grid is right for you and your project.
To speed up your onboarding, we’ve created a series of training videos, delivered by technical experts. Available with a trial or commercial KendoReact license.
In his crisp and easy-to-follow style, TJ VanToll walks you through the different steps of building a responsive Bootstrap-themed Stocks Portfolio application with React.
React Wednesdays Weekly Chat Show
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In this series finale, our friends at Digital Primates demonstrate how easy it is to enable export of tabular data to Excel with KendoReact. The source code for their demo project is also available.
If you’re looking for a React Form library, this list is a good place to start. Peter Mbanugo has included code snippets and example syntax for each library and talks about the key differences between them.