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Virtual Classroom

With a wide variety of technology and product-focused training courses, covering .NET, JavaScript app development and the Telerik and Kendo UI toolkits, you will be able to expand and improve your skills and start building modern line-of-business apps for web, mobile and desktop, regardless if you are just starting with a new technology or have been building apps for years.

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Prove your skills and start building modern line-of-business apps for web, mobile and desktop, regardless if you are just starting with a new technology or have

Examples

Explore common development practices, code examples and sample applications

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Learn at your own pace and choose your own learning path

Empower

Empower your developer productivity & gain new skillse. Grow your product know-how

Virtual Classroom Courses Agenda

All active license holders of Telerik DevCraft (UI, Complete & Ultimate), Kendo UI and Telerik individual suites have direct access to the on-demand training. If you already have an account just head straight to the Your Account page and navigate to the Virtual Classroom Portal from there. (Detailed info in the FAQ section below)

.NET

Description

The Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC training course is developed to help you get started with the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC components and features. It aims to put you in the shoes of an engineer that adds new features to an existing application.

The process starts by adding basic Telerik UI components and widgets to the application and shows how to harness the power of our products in no time. Further, we get into more advanced components, like the Chart and the Grid and learn how to incorporate Telerik UI components to interact with existing functionality and with each other. Finally, the course explores how to build your own theme and change it for all components at once

Agenda

Chapter 1: Welcome - a brief overview of the course and Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC.

  1. Course introduction
  2. About Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC
  3. Prerequisites
  4. Resources
  5. Tour of the demo application
Chapter 2: Getting Started - getting started with the resources of the course and Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC.
  1. What we are building
  2. Running the sample apps
  3. Installation approaches
  4. Installing Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC
  5. Running the finished Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC application
  6. Solution structure
Chapter 3: Fundamentals - in this chapter we will talk about the most important topics around ASP.NET MVC and Telerik UI as a whole.
  1. Overview
  2. Widget naming
  3. Script rendering
  4. Kendo scripts
  5. Kendo styles
  6. Use only what you need
  7. Bundling
  8. Integrating Kendo Button with Razor
  9. Widget events
Chapter 4: Basic UI Components - first steps in developing basic functionality with Telerik UI for ASP.Net MVC.
  1. Overview
  2. Adding inputs
  3. DropDowns
  4. DropDown templates
  5. Slider
  6. TabStrip basics
  7. On-demand TabStrip content
  8. TabStrip selection
  9. TabStrip attributes
  10. ComboBox
  11. ComboBox events
  12. ComboBox template
Chapter 5: Chart - this chapter is dedicated to the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Chart widget and as such it shows its capabilities in various scenarios and use-cases.
  1. Overview
  2. Chart anatomy
  3. Chart setup
  4. Chart categories
  5. Chart series
  6. Chart styling
Chapter 6: Grid - the Grid is one of the most advanced components in the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC library. This chapter will show you how to implement a page-able and sortable grid in existing application, as well as some other scenarios.
  1. Overview
  2. Grid setup and rendering
  3. Grid columns
  4. Grid column template
  5. Grid paging and sorting
  6. Grid events and selection
  7. Grid row action
Chapter 7: Styling and Themes - check the different available themes in the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC, or implement your own and apply it to an existing application.
  1. Overview
  2. Changing the theme
  3. Theme Builder
  4. Icons
  5. Thank You!

Description

The Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core training course is developed to help you get started with the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core components and features. It aims to put you in the shoes of an engineer that adds new features to an existing application.

The process starts by adding basic Telerik UI components and widgets to the application and shows how to harness the power of our products in no time. Further, we get into more advanced components, like the Chart and the Grid and learn how to incorporate Telerik UI components to interact with existing functionality and with each other. Finally, the course explores how to build your own theme and change it for all components at once

Agenda

Chapter 1: Welcome - a brief overview of the course and Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core.

  1. Course introduction
  2. About Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core
  3. Prerequisites
  4. Resources
  5. Tour of the demo application
Chapter 2: Getting Started - getting started with the resources of the course and Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core.
  1. What we are building
  2. Running the sample apps
  3. Installation approaches
  4. Installing Telerik UI for ASP.NETCore
  5. Running the finished Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core application
  6. Solution structure
Chapter 3: Fundamentals - in this chapter we will talk about the most important topics around ASP.NET Core and Telerik UI as a whole.
  1. Overview
  2. Server-side setup
  3. Tag helpers
  4. HTML helpers
  5. Script rendering
  6. Kendo scripts
  7. Kendo styles
  8. Use only what you need
Chapter 4: Basic UI Components - first steps in developing basic functionality with Telerik UI for ASP.Net Core.
  1. Overview
  2. Adding inputs
  3. DropDownList
  4. DropDownList templates
  5. Slider
  6. TabStrip basics
  7. TabStrip selection
  8. TabStrip event handling
  9. ComboBox
  10. ComboBox events
  11. ComboBox templates
Chapter 5: Chart - this chapter is dedicated to the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core Chart widget and as such it shows its capabilities in various scenarios and use-cases.
  1. Overview
  2. Chart anatomy
  3. Chart setup
  4. Chart data
  5. Chart categories
  6. Chart series
  7. Chart series defaults
  8. Chart styling
Chapter 6: Grid - the Grid is one of the most advanced components in the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core library. This chapter will show you how to implement a page-able and sortable grid in existing application, as well as some other scenarios.
  1. Overview
  2. Grid setup and rendering
  3. Grid columns
  4. Grid column templates
  5. Grid client row templates
  6. Grid paging and sorting
  7. Grid events and selection
Chapter 7: Styling and Themes - check the different available themes in the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core, or implement your own and apply it to an existing application.
  1. Overview
  2. Changing the theme
  3. Theme Builder
  4. Icons
  5. Thank You!

Agenda

  1. Introduction
  2. What’s New in R2 2018 in Telerik UI for Xamarin
  3. Conversational UI Control / Chatbots
  4. Getting Started with Xamarin 
    1. Development Environment Specs
    2. The Xamarin Approach
    3. Live Coding Xamarin Native 
      • iOS and Android Setup
    4. Xamarin Forms vs Xamarin.Native
    5. Xamarin Forms Features
    6. Sharing Code 
      • .NET Standard
      • Shared Projects
    7. XAML Pages and Code Behind
    8. Sizing, Positioning and Layout with Xamarin Forms
    9. Live Coding: XAML Basics
    10. Xamarin Forms, Class Hierarchy and Bindables
    11. Exploring Xamarin Pages
    12. Xamarin Layouts
    13. Xamarin UI Views
    14. Xamarin Resource Dictionary for Reusing Common Properties 
      • Resources
      • Resource Dictionary
      • Markup Extensions
      • Applying Styles with Resources Keys
    15. Live Coding XAML – GridLayout, Using Resources and Styles
    16. Data Binding 
      • Binding Model Object to UI Control Target
      • Binding Source Examples Binding Mode
      • MVVM Frameworks
    17. Live Coding: MVVM and Data Binding 
      • Defining and Binding View Model
      • Handling Actions as Commands
    18. Platform Specific Features
    19. Live Coding: Calling Native Code – Implementing the iDialer
    20. Loading Data in Xamarin
    21. Xamarin Components  
      • Why and How to Install
  5. Telerik UI for Xamarin 
    1. Telerik UI for Xamarin – Part 1 
      • Exporing Components – Charts
    2. Telerik UI for Xamarin – Part 2 
      • Exporing Components - Grids
    3. Localizations and Accessibility
    4. Themes
  6. Learning Resources

Description

The Telerik UI for WPF training course is developed to help you get started with the Telerik UI for WPF components and features. It aims to put you in the shoes of an engineer that adds new features to an existing application.

The process starts by adding basic Telerik UI components and widgets to an application and shows how to harness the power of our products in no time. Further, we will get into more advanced components, like the Chart, Grid and Scheduler. The course will help you learn how to incorporate those Telerik UI components to interact with existing functionality and between each other. We will also look into how to integrate Telerik Reporting with the previously configured Telerik UI for WPF controls. Finally, the course will explore how to edit and apply different styling and themes.

Agenda

Chapter 1: Welcome - a brief overview of the course and Telerik UI for WPF
  1. Course introduction
  2. Best practices
  3. About Telerik UI for WPF
  4. Prerequisites
  5. Tour of the demo application
Chapter 2: Getting Started - getting started with the resources of the course and Telerik UI for WPF
  1. Getting started
  2. Running the sample application
  3. Sample code
Chapter 3: Basic UI Components - first steps in developing basic functionality with Telerik UI for WPF
  1. Overview
  2. Input controls
  3. Adding functionality
  4. Exercise
  5. Spreadsheet
Chapter 4: Chart - this chapter is dedicated to the Telerik UI for WPF Chart control and it shows how to get started with it and integrated with other Telerik UI for WPF controls
  1. Overview
  2. Chart anatomy
  3. Chart setup
Chapter 5: Grid - the Grid is one of the most advanced components in the Telerik UI for WPF library. This chapter will show you how to implement a page-able and sortable grid in existing application, as well as some other scenarios.
  1. Overview
  2. Grid setup
  3. Exercise
  4. Key features
Chapter 6: Scheduler - this chapter is dedicated to the Telerik UI for WPF Scheduler control. It shows how to get started with it and integrate it with the DateTimePicker control. We will also look into appointments and explore how to add / delete them.
  1. Overview
  2. Scheduler setup
  3. Appointment events
  4. Exercise
  5. Key features
Chapter 7: Reporting - this chapter we will explore the Telerik Report Viewer and how we can integrate it with other Telerik components.
  1. Overview
Chapter 8: Styling and Themes - we will look into how to apply different styling and themes as well as create our own.
  1. Overview
  2. Apply theme programmatically
  3. Edit styles
  4. Wrap up
  5. Thank You!

Description

This training course is developed to help you get started with Telerik UI for WinForms. It will put you in the shoes of an engineer and you will add new components and features to an existing application.

The course presents the fundamentals of Telerik UI for WinForms, and then discusses some of its key components. Finally, we will dive into some styling.

Agenda

Chapter 1: Introduction

  1. Course Overview
  2. Best Practices
  3. Benefits of Telerik UI for WinForms
  4. Course Prerequisites
Chapter 2: Sample Demo Applications
  1. Application Prerequisites
  2. Blank Application
  3. Complete Application
  4. Running the Applications
Chapter 3: Basic UI Components
  1. Telerik UI for WinForms Overview
  2. SplitContainer and Input Controls
  3. Adding Functionality
  4. Exercise: Inputs for Adding a Teacher
  5. Additional Input Components
  6. Apply a Theme Programmatically
  7. Spreadsheet
Chapter 4: Charts
  1. ChartView
  2. ChartView Anatomy
  3. ChartView Setup
  4. Exercise: Bar Chart and RangeSelector
Chapter 5: Grid
  1. GridView
  2. GridView Setup
  3. Exercise: Deleting Rows
  4. GridView Key Features
Chapter 6: Scheduler
  1. Scheduler
  2. Scheduler Setup
  3. Appointment Events
  4. Scheduler Navigator
Chapter 7: Reporting
  1. Reporting Overview
Chapter 8: Styling and Themes
  1. Themes Overview
  2. Changing the Theme
  3. Visual Style Builder
Chapter 9: Conclusion
  1. Wrap Up
  2. Thank You!

Description

This training course is developed to help you get started with Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX. It will put you in the shoes of an engineer and you will add new components and features to an existing application.

The course passes through some ASP.NET basics and then presents the fundamentals of Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX, its server and client APIs, and styling. 

Before you start, please download the following sample applications and supporting files. They will enable you to follow the steps and exercises in some of the videos.

Agenda

Chapter 1: Introduction
  1. Course Overview
Chapter 2: ASP.NET Web Forms Fundamentals
  1. Server-side vs Client-side Rendering
  2. Architecture
  3. Page Lifecycle
  4. Platform Features
  5. Page Structure and Syntax
Chapter 3: Get Started with Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX
  1. Overview
  2. Installation
  3. Project Setup
  4. RadScriptManager
  5. RadStylesheetManager
  6. Rendering Modes
  7. Device Detection Framework
  8. Exporting to Documents
Chapter 4: Server-side APIs
  1. Data Binding
  2. Adding a RadGrid
  3. RadGrid Smart Tag and Editing
  4. Postback vs AJAX
  5. Enabling AJAX with Telerik AJAX controls
Chapter 5: Client-side APIs
  1. Using RadAlert
  2. Using RadGrid Client API
  3. Styling and Theme Builder
  4. Binding OData
Chapter 6: Important Additions
  1. Deploying Projects
  2. RadChat, Chatbots and Conversational UI
  3. HTML and Accessibility Compliance
  4. Test Studio Integration
Chapter 7: Conclusion
  1. Recommended Learning and Support Resources

Agenda

  1. Introduction
  2. Introduction to UWP 
    1. Introduction to UWP – Part 1 
      • Benefits of Use
    2. Introduction to UWP – Part 2 
      • App Class
    3. Introduction to UWP – Part 3 
      • Window Structure
    4. Introduction to UWP – Part 4 
      • Page Implimentation
    5. Introduction to UWP – Part 5 
      • App Manifest
    6. Introduction to UWP – Part 6 
      • Data Binding v2
    7. Introduction to UWP – Part 7 
      • Optimizing XAML Load Time
    8. UWP Demo – Part 1 
      • Optimization with XAML 
    9. UWP Demo – Part 2 
      • Binding Data
    10. UWP Demo – Part 3 
      • Navigation
    11. UWP Controls XAML Control Gallery
    12. Adaptive Appearance in UWP
    13. Adaptive Code in UWP
    14. UWP Platform Extensions – Part 1 
      • Overview
    15. UWP Platform Extensions – Part 2 
      • Testing Conditions 
    16. UWP Platform Extensions – Part 3 
      • Limiting App Reach
    17. Adaptive UI in UWP – Part 1 
      • Effective Pixels
    18. Adaptive UI in UWP – Part 2 
      • Scaling Algorithm
    19. Adaptive UI in UWP – Part 3 
      • Planning Adaptive Design
    20. Adaptive UI in UWP – Part 4 
      • Adaptive Design Techniques
    21. Adaptive UI in UWP – Part 5 
      • Visual States
    22. Adaptive UI in UWP – Part 6 
      • Custom Adaptive Triggers
    23. Adaptive UI in UWP – Part 7 
      • Demo
    24. About Windows 10 Market Share and Recent Development
    25. Desktop Bridge 
      • Porting Existing WIN apps to UWP and Windows 10
  3. Telerik UI for UWP 
    1. Telerik UI for UWP – Part 1 
      • Overview of OSS Resources
    2. Telerik UI for UWP – Part 2 
      • Installing Telerik UI for UWP Components
    3. Telerik UI for UWP – Part 3 
      • Visualize Data with RadDataGrid
    4. Telerik UI for UWP – Part 4 
      • Visualize Data with RadDataGrid Continued
    5. Telerik UI for UWP – Part 5 
      • Edit Data with RadDataForm
    6. Telerik UI for UWP – Part 6 
      • Create Graphs with RadCartesianChart
  4. Learning Resources
JavaScript

Description

This training course is developed to help you get started with Kendo UI for Angular. It will put you in the shoes of an engineer and you will add new components and features to an existing application. At the end, you will also have the chance to apply different styling to the components in order to have a complete application development experience.

Agenda

Chapter 1: Welcome - a brief overview of the course and Kendo UI for Angular.

  1. Course introduction
  2. About Kendo UI for Angular
  3. Course prerequisites
  4. Tour of the demo application

Chapter 2: Getting Started - getting started with the resources of the course and Kendo UI for Angular.

  1. What we are building
  2. Sample code
  3. Running the API and sample app

Chapter 3: Kendo and the Angular CLI - first steps with the Kendo suite and how to benefit from the Angular command line interface.

  1. Kendo UI for Angular documentation and demos
  2. Manual component installation
  3. Component installation with the Angular CLI
  4. Buttons module example

Chapter 4: Basic UI Components - first steps in developing basic functionality with Kendo UI for Angular.

  1. Overview
  2. Inputs package setup
  3. TextBox
  4. TextArea
  5. DropDowns
  6. DropDownList templates
  7. Slider
  8. TabStrip
  9. ComboBox

Chapter 5: Chart - this chapter is dedicated to the Kendo UI for Angular Chart module and as such it shows its capabilities in various scenarios and use-cases.

  1. Overview
  2. Chart anatomy
  3. Chart installation
  4. Data setup
  5. Adding a Chart
  6. Chart series
  7. Chart category axis

Chapter 6: Grid - the Grid is one of the most advanced modules in the Kendo UI for Angular library. This chapter will show you how to implement a page-able and sortable grid in existing application, as well as some other scenarios.

  1. Overview
  2. Grid installation
  3. Adding a Grid
  4. Grid columns, templates, selection
  5. Grid paging
  6. Grid sorting
  7. Data query state

Chapter 7: Scheduler - this chapter shows the basics of one of the most advanced modules in the Kendo UI for Angular library.

  1. Overview
  2. Scheduler setup
  3. Scheduler views
  4. Scheduler editing

Chapter 8: Styling and Themes - check the different available themes in the Kendo UI for Angular, or implement your own and apply it to an existing application.

  1. Styling and themes overview
  2. Changing the theme
  3. Theme Builder
  4. Built-in icons
Chapter 9: Conclusion
  1. Thank You

Description

This training course is developed to help you get started with KendoReact. It will put you in the shoes of an engineer and you will add new components and features to an existing application. At the end, you will also have the chance to apply different styling to the components in order to have a complete application development experience.

Agenda

Chapter 1: Welcome - a brief overview of the course and KendoReact.

  1. Course introduction
  2. About KendoReact
  3. Course prerequisites
  4. Tour of the demo application

Chapter 2: Getting Started - getting started with the resources of the course and KendoReact.

  1. What we are building
  2. Sample code
  3. Running the API and demo application

Chapter 3: KendoReact Workflow - understand how React and our KendoReact suite work.

  1. KendoReact documentation overview
  2. Create React app
  3. Using KendoReact buttons

Chapter 4: Basic UI Components - first steps in developing basic functionality with KendoReact.

  1. Overview
  2. Input
  3. DropDownList
  4. DropDownList custom rendering
  5. TabStrip
  6. ComboBox
  7. ComboBox item rendering

Chapter 5: Chart - this chapter is dedicated to the KendoReact Chart module and as such it shows its capabilities in various scenarios and use-cases.

  1. Overview
  2. Chart anatomy
  3. Chart installation
  4. Chart data setup
  5. Chart series
  6. Chart category axis

Chapter 6: Grid - the Grid is one of the most advanced modules in the KendoReact library. This chapter will show you how to implement a page-able and sortable grid in existing application, as well as some other scenarios.

  1. Overview
  2. Grid installation
  3. Adding a Grid
  4. Grid columns
  5. Custom renderers for complex objects
  6. Grid paging
  7. Grid sorting
  8. Data query state
  9. Grid row click

Chapter 7: Styling and Themes - check the different available themes in KendoReact, or implement your own and apply it to an existing application.

  1. Styling and themes overview
  2. Changing the theme
  3. Theme Builder
  4. Built-in icons

Chapter 8: Conclusion

  1. Thank You!

Description

A training course developed to help you get started with the Kendo UI for jQuery components and features. It aims to put you in the shoes of an engineer that adds new features to an existing application.

The training comes in 2 flavors - JavaSript and TypeScript and it starts by adding basic Kendo UI components and widgets to the application and shows how to harness the power of our products in no time. Further, we get into more advanced components, like the Chart and the Grid and learn how to incorporate Kendo UI components to interact with existing functionality and with each other. Finally, the course explores how to build your own theme and change it for all components at once

Agenda

JavaScript

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Intro to jQuery
  1. Intro to jQuery – Part 1
  2. Intro to jQuery – Part 2
Chapter 3: Kendo UI & jQuery
  1. Kendo UI & jQuery – Part 1
    • Installation
    • Architecture Overview
  2. Kendo UI & jQuery – Part 2
    • Kendo Core vs Professional Version
  3. Kendo UI & jQuery – Part 3
    • Setup
    • Installation
    • Customization
  4. Widgets – Part 1
    • Creating
    • Binding
    • Destroying
  5. Widgets – Part 2
    • Initialization
    • Input Validation
    • ColorPicker Demo
  6. DataSource Utilization and Demos
  7. Template Architecture
  8. Validation
  9. Localization & Globalization
  10. Chatbot Configuration
  11. Theme Builder
  12. Kendo Dojo
Chapter 4: Learning Resources

TypeScript - S2 Virtual Classroom training

Chapter 1: Welcome - a brief overview of the course and Kendo UI for jQuery.

  1. Welcome
  2. About Kendo UI for jQuery
  3. Prerequisites
  4. Resources
  5. Core vs. Professional
  6. Tour of the demo application
Chapter 2: Getting Started - getting started with the resources of the course and Kendo UI for jQuery.
  1. What we are building
  2. Sample code
  3. Running the API and sample apps
Chapter 3: Kendo Workflow - in this chapter we will talk about the most important topics around Kendo UI for jQuery and how to benefit from them.
  1. Overview
  2. Kendo UI via CDN
  3. Webpack build workflow
  4. Kendo NPM setup
  5. Buttons example
Chapter 4: Basic UI Components - first steps in developing basic functionality with Kendo UI for jQuery.
  1. Overview
  2. Adding Kendo inputs
  3. DropDowns
  4. DropDown templates
  5. Slider
  6. TabStrip navigation
  7. ComboBox
  8. ComboBox filter data
  9. ComboBox template
Chapter 5: Chart - this chapter is dedicated to the Kendo UI for jQuery Chart widget and as such it shows its capabilities in various scenarios and use-cases.
  1. Overview
  2. Chart anatomy
  3. Chart setup
  4. Chart data
  5. Chart categories
  6. Chart series defaults
Chapter 6: Grid - the Grid is one of the most advanced components in the Kendo UI for jQuery library. This chapter will show you how to implement a page-able and sort-able grid in existing application, as well as some other scenarios.
  1. Overview
  2. Grid setup and rendering
  3. Grid columns
  4. Grid column templates
  5. Grid paging and sorting
Chapter 7: Styling and Themes - check the different available themes in Kendo UI for jQuery, or implement your own and apply it to an existing application.
  1. Overview
  2. Changing the theme
  3. Theme Builder
  4. Icons

Description

This training course is developed to help you get started with the Kendo UI for Vue components and features.

It comes in 2 flavors - JavaScript and TypeScript and starts by adding basic Kendo UI for Vue components and widgets to an application and shows how to harness the power of our products in no time. Further, we get into more advanced components, like the Chart and the Grid and learn how to incorporate Kendo UI for Vue components to interact with existing functionality and with each other. Finally, the course explores how to build your own theme and change it for all components at once

Agenda

JavaScript

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Intro to Vue
  1. Intro to Vue – Part 1
    • When and Why Vue
  2. Intro to Vue – Part 2
    • Tools you will need
  3. Intro to Vue – Part 3
    • Hello World Demo
Chapter 3: Vue.JS Deep Dive
  1. Vue.JS Deep Dive – Part 1
    • Template Bindings
  2. Vue.JS Deep Dive – Part 2
    • Input Bindings
  3. Vue.JS Deep Dive – Part 3
    • Handling Events
  4. Vue.JS Deep Dive – Part 4
    • Conditional and List Rendering Demo
  5. Vue.JS Deep Dive – Part 5
    • Conditional Rendering During Load (Cloaking)
  6. Vue.JS Deep Dive – Part 6
    • Watchers and Computed Properties
  7. Vue.JS Deep Dive – Part 7
    • Components
  8. Vue.JS Deep Dive – Part 8
    • Vue Properties
  9. Vue.JS Deep Dive – Part 9
    • Vue Custom Events
  10. Vue.JS Deep Dive – Part 10
    • Vue Lifecycle
Chapter 4: Kendo UI &Vue
  1. Intro to Kendo UI for Vue
  2. Building Real-World Apps with Vue
  3. Kendo Live Code Demo – Part 1
    • Installation Process
  4. Kendo Live Code Demo – Part 2
    • Files
    • Configs
    • Cleanup
  5. Kendo Live Code Demo – Part 3
    • Data Source
    • Grid Component
    • Formatting
  6. Kendo Live Code Demo – Part 4
    • Charts
    • Forms
    • Data Providers
  7. Theme Builder
  8. Chatbots
Chapter 5: Learning Resources

TypeScript - S2 Virtual Classroom training

Chapter 1: Welcome

  1. Welcome
  2. About Kendo UI for Vue
  3. Prerequisites
Chapter 2: Getting Started
  1. What we are building
  2. Sample code
  3. Running the API and sample app
Chapter 3: Kendo and the Vue CLI
  1. Components
  2. Vue CLI approach
  3. Kendo component setup
Chapter 4: Basic UI Components
  1. Overview
  2. Converting RPS Buttons to Kendo
  3. Button group
  4. DropDown
  5. DropDown templates
  6. Slider
  7. Input styling
  8. Tab layout
  9. ComboBox
  10. ComboBox events
  11. ComboBox template
Chapter 5: Chart
  1. Overview
  2. Chart anatomy
  3. Chart setup
  4. Chart categories
  5. Chart series
  6. Chart attributes
Chapter 6: Grid
  1. Overview
  2. Grid installation
  3. Grid columns
  4. Grid column renderers
  5. Grid paging
  6. Grid sorting
  7. Grid row click event
Chapter 7: Styling and Themes
  1. Overview
  2. Changing the theme
  3. Theme Builder
  4. Icons
  5. Thank You!
.Reporting & Mocking tools

Agenda

  1. Introduction
  2. Getting Started with Telerik Reporting 
    1. Installing Telerik Reporting 
      • Trial vs Developer
    2. Telerik Reporting Architecture
    3. Report Lifecycle
    4. Visual Studio Report Designer
    5. Stand-Alone Report Designer
    6. Creating our first Report – Visual Studio
    7. Creating our first Report – Stand-Alone
    8. Report Structure
    9. Connecting to Data – Part 1  
      • Available Data Sources in Telerik Reporting
    10. Connecting to Data – Part 2 
      • Complex and Basic Data Items
    11. Connecting to Data – Part 3  
      • Demo
    12. Data Operations 
      • Tools for Operations
      • Filtering Demo
    13. Report Parameters
    14. Performing Tasks for Report Flexibility
    15. Expressions
    16. Table of Contents
    17. Reporting Style Sheets and Selectors
    18. Dynamic / Automatic Layout 
      • Properties to Configure Layout Behavior
  3. Deep Dive into Telerik Reporting  
    1. Telerik Reporting Deep Dive – Part 1 
      • About the Product Catalog Report
    2. Telerik Reporting Deep Dive – Part 2 
      • Binding Report and DataSource Parameters
    3. Telerik Reporting Deep Dive – Part 3 
      • Paging Data
      • Grouping Data
    4. Telerik Reporting Deep Dive – Part 4 
      • Table of Contents
    5. Telerik Reporting Deep Dive – Part 5 
      • Text Elements and Styling
    6. Telerik Reporting Deep Dive – Part 6 
      • Product Detail Report Panels
      • Styling
      • Sorting
    7. Using Reporting In Applications 
      • Approaches to Displaying Report Viewer in .NET
    8. Telerik ReportViewers 
      • Available Platforms
    9. Report Sources – Valid Sources for the ReportViewers
    10. Demo: ReportViewers – WinForms
    11. Importing Reports – Between Visual Studio and Report Designer
  4. Telerik Report Server 
    1. Report Server  
      • Easy Maintenance
      • Report Sharing with Access Leveles
    2. Report Server Demo
    3. Wrap Up
Automated Testing

Agenda

  1. Getting Started with Telerik Test Studio – Part 1
  2. Getting Started with Telerik Test Studio – Part 2
  3. Getting Started with Telerik Test Studio – Part 3
  4. Getting Started with Telerik Test Studio – Part 4

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