Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC
The newly added Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Stepper control helps you break down complex actions in your web application into several simpler steps. Its purpose is to guide the user to each of the items that must be completed to achieve the whole. Steps can be required or optional and the user might be forced to do them in sequence or given the freedom to take them in any order they would prefer. Throw in how you can also change any of the visual elements and the Stepper becomes an amazing tool (and a great partner to the Form component we just mentioned).
The Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Form component is the perfect tool for when you need to create your application’s registration, contact, or some other form! It is straightforward to setup and does most of the work on its own (like generating input fields depending on your data) but also comes with a great deal of customization (like you being able to provide validation callbacks or change the visuals).
The TileLayout control for Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC is a component directed more towards your users than yourself. It is a container, which allows the end user to rearrange and resize all of the contained items inside in order to create a UI screen that best serves their needs.
The TextBox control for Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC is a straightforward component – a standard text input widget with all the features you expect and more – from basics like events and visual styling to out-of-the-box support for floating labels!
This is feature requested by several of you, our users! We are making grouping items in the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Grid component many times faster when working with millions of rows. By enabling one attribute, whenever users request the Grid to group some elements together (e.g. all products being sold in a certain shop), the grouping procedure will run on the server. Effectively, this frees up the client to display a loading screen while waiting for the server to process the results but also makes it faster since the server is likely to be much more powerful than the user’s machine.
We worked hard on the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Scheduler component these past months to add a ton of new features:
Floating labels (labels which reside inside the input elements they describe) are becoming more and more popular and a staple of Material Design. With this release, Floating labels are now available for our text components – the TextBox, MaskedTextBox and NumericTextBox.
The visual quality of our controls is one of our highest priorities. We felt that the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC TimePicker, TimePicker, DatePicker, DateTimePicker and Calendar components could use some brushing up so with this release we’ve added a new look to both. The previous rendering style is still the default so you will not get any surprises when you update to the latest version, but you can switch to the new visual anytime you want.