Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC
You can now position the most common action of your app right at the users’ fingertips thanks to the new Floating Action Button control. What’s a chat app without a “New message” or an email app without a “Compose” button?
The Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Bottom Navigation component allows your users to quickly access the most used destinations within your application.
Let your users control the amount of information displayed on a screen within your app through the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC ExpansionPanel component. It is designed to organize content in sections that expand and collapse with the press of a button, making it easier for users to focus on what’s most important to them at a given moment.
The CheckBoxGroup control groups together a set of checkbox controls, enabling easy layout configurations of the list elements.
The RadiоGroup component brings capabilities similar to the CheckBoxGroup component. It groups a set of radio buttons instead, enabling users to select only one radio button at a time.
You now have the ability to mark specific Grid columns as non-exportable, allowing you to hide their contents when exporting the Grid to either PDF, Excel or CSV.
The Editor control can now create upper and lower numbered lists supporting Roman numerals.
The Editor component now allows you to further customize your tables with a left, right or center alignment.
Your users can benefit from the updated version of the TileLayout component, which now supports dynamically adding or removing tiles with a simple drag-and-drop operation.
The Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC ListView component can now group its items based on your specifications, enabling your users to easily access the information they’re most interested in.
Area charts can now show a visual indication when you hover over the various series. With the new feature, the area charts will enable you to make the active series a user is interacting with stand out, while turning the non-hovered series transparent.
We have added keyboard support to the Drawer, ScrollView, TileLayout and Timeline components to bring them up to date with the rest of the suite.
Structured Document Tags (also called Content Controls) allow users to add specific semantics to the document, such as restricting input, modifying editing behavior and more. Normally, the content controls are used to create a template, allowing you to fill specific data by interaction with the document (using checkboxes, predefined options, calendars).