Telerik UI for Blazor
The Blazor framework is continuously developed by Microsoft and while expecting the official first version is September 2019, the Telerik UI for Blazor Team shares their plans for progressively expanding the native Blazor UI component suite and enriching all UI components until early autumn.
The new Menu component will enable your applications to have stylish navigation. You will be able to use custom templates and set the direction and orientation of the menu component to be horizontal or vertical.
Choosing date and time is a very common task in UI, so we are working towards building a component that will enable your end users to effortlessly select and edit dates and times in your Blazor applications.
For specific cases where you need to provide to users just time selection, we are building a brand new TimePicker component.
Along with Telerik UI for Blazor brand-new components, we aim to constantly improve and fresh up our existing ones. In this release we placed our focus on the most demanded data component – the Grid.
The Grid will have a configurable option to provide grouping of data by simply dragging and dropping grid columns headers into a grouping panel.
Built-in selection for the Grid component is arriving with R3 2019. Initially we will target checkbox selection for single, multiple, or all items in a Grid. Selection will also enable you to have access to the selected data through its API.
The hierarchical grid will add the capability to visualize hierarchical sets or data in your Blazor apps, or quickly create an N-level hierarchical grid by specifying detail templates.
As a leading provider for ASP.NET Core components our goal is to be fully compatible shortly after the official ASP.NET Core version 3.0 release in September 2019. Along the way we will continue to provide preview compatibility on a regular basis shortly after the official Microsoft releases.
Beyond September 2019 we will continue with the growth of the Telerik UI for Blazor collection by adding a modern and high-performing Scheduler, along with additional dropdowns like the ComboBox and MultiSelect, as well as other highly-requested components. Our goal with UI for Blazor is to provide native Blazor versions of the UI components you have come to rely on from our other Telerik and Kendo UI libraries. Stay tuned for more exciting updates!
And our early adopters and fans we want to continue to hear your feedback! If there are features you are missing, or components you need, please do not hesitate to reach out! We have the official Telerik UI for Blazor feedback portal for this exact reason. Submit your ideas for new components and features, or vote and comment on existing ones to have a direct impact on our future releases!
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