Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core
All Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core controls are now compatible with the .NET Core 3.0 Preview 7 version, ensuring folks already looking at ASP.NET Core 3.0 can test our components in this preview version and prime us for the official release of ASP.NET Core 3.0.
The Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core PDF Viewer control enables end-users to review PDF files directly in the browser without downloading the file first. You can enjoy some standard features like paging, direct loading and downloading of PDF files as well as more advanced features like virtualization with even more to come in the next few months.
Need a menu that’s visible, but doesn’t take over the entire screen? Our new Drawer component is fully customizable and easy to use by hiding or showing a full menu through the toggle of a single button. The Navigation Drawer also features support for touch gestures and can take full advantage of menu styling, or custom templates.
As one of our most used components, we always want to provide enhancements and updates to our Grid. Our focus for this release was on the adaptive rendering of the Grid. Our goal was to further enhance the existing offering to allow the best user experience possible when displayed on mobile devices. Adaptive rendering goes far beyond responsive design to provide an optimal rendering on mobile devices.
Another popular component from our line got an upgrade as well. We decided to further enhance and polish our Scheduler by focusing on its adaptive rendering and redesign.The result is an improved adaptive experience for mobile devices that goes beyond what responsive design can provide for this type of advanced component.
With a mobile-focus on the rendering of the DateRangePicker, the component now works well when viewed on any mobile device. This means you get the full benefit of the DateRangePicker usage across all platforms.
A common request in our feedback portal was focusing on the Spreadsheet component and we delivered:
The ListView widget supports displaying large amounts of data by appending additional pages of data on demand. The loading can happen automatically by enabling the endless scrolling functionality. Once the scroll bar reaches the bottom of the scrollable area, a request is triggered to add more items to the Grid – giving the end-user more items to scroll through.
We’ve allocated the Telerik.DataSource in its own package, making our implementation more modular and providing the functionality of this part of our framework independently. You are now capable of using the filtering, sorting, grouping and paging on the server, without depending on MVC.dll or Kendo.MVC.dll.
The Menu for UI for ASP.NET Core now supports binding to DataSource. One of the most requested features for the Menu component, this new feature allows you to implement remote data binding with the menu. This means you no longer have to manually define menu items and can populate a menu fully from your data storage.
We’ve upgraded the Bootstrap version in the Telerik VSX Templates for UI for ASP.NET Core from version 3 to 4. In addition, we’ve put a lot of effort in enhancing the overall look and feel of the predefined projects. The fine tuning was applied across all VS Project Templates: