Telerik UI for JSP
Create compelling UX by listing items in stylish containers called chips or pills with the Telerik UI for JSP Chip component. This small building block component can contain text, an image or a close/delete icon to indicate an optional call to action. You can leverage the Chip individually or alongside other components to showcase unique values selected by the user.
Organize a collection of individual PHP Chip components in a list and manage it with actions for adding and removing items. The Telerik UI for JSP ChipList component is mostly used for single or multiple selections, e.g., including additions to an ordered meal.
Allow users to select a duration while eliminating the requirement to provide a specific date, range of dates or time slots with the Telerik UI for JSP TimeDurationPicker component. Give them the freedom to determine how many days, hours, minutes or seconds an activity (e.g., online session, event, work project, etc.) is expected to take. Users can either pick a value from the component popup with built-in shortcut values or type the desired time duration themselves.
You can further customize the look and feel of your JSP Core Chart component using the built-in options complemented by the newly added subtitle property. Easily add a secondary or explanatory subtitle below the main chart title and style it differently.
The Telerik UI for JSP Bullet Charts, used to compare quantitative against qualitative measures, are now enhanced with a new customization option. With R1, 2023, you can add labels to bullet charts as easy as pie.
With R1 2023, the Telerik UI for JSP source code was transformed to ECMAScript modules (ESM), ensuring you have access to a modern module system. For those of you who prefer the AMD/UMD modules, you can continue using them without experiencing any interruptions in your development process.
And to save the best for last, this transformation opens the door to new ways to tackle features, functionalities and provide you with better support.
We continue our efforts to provide accessibility compliance in accordance with the WAI-ARIA standard. With R1 2023, we’ve implemented improvements in multiple Telerik UI for JSP components.