Kendo UI for jQuery
The jQuery CircularProgressBar functions just as a typical linear progress bar except it shows progress of process on a circle, much like a gauge. This is great for any process where you need to show users progress. It is commonly used for loading pages, files, or data, but can also be used for user processes such as multi-step forms.
The jQuery ColorGradient is one of Kendo UI’s collection of color picker components. Instead of a pallet of predefine colors, it renders a gradient from which users click and pick. Slider inputs for hue and alpha and manual HEX and RGB inputs help users pinpoint the color they desire.
Kendo UI for jQuery offers three color pickers (ColorPicker, FlatColorPicker, and GradientColorPicker). In recognition of the fact that this may be confusing, we have separated each in our documentation and demos.See Kendo UI for jQuery demos for more information
In many cases, developers need to execute actions only after the component has fully loaded. To make this as easy as possible, the jQuery TreeView component now fires a loadCompleted event only after the component has completely loaded.
We have added a new swatch to the Kendo UI Default theme that has optimized contrast colors for the best possible accessibility standards compliance.
The Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is an industry guideline and document format for software providers to self-audit and report on compliance to Section 508 standards. This has been completed for Kendo UI for jQuery and the report is available upon request.
Giving users the option to choose between dark and light modes in their UI is a popular and growing trend. Kendo UI for Angular supports it and to show you how easy it is, we have added a switch toe toggle the two modes in our docs and demos. Just used the moon or sun button at the top of the page.
We have given our Visual Studio Extensions a significant update to help you become more productive than ever. In addition to bootstrapping your project to add a few screens, you will find two new features:
Our jQuery themes are currently available in both LESS and Sass. We are in the process of deprecating our LESS-based themes in favor of the more popular Sass CSS language. As part of that effort, we are migrating our samples to reflect that change.
Our jQuery themes are currently available in both LESS and Sass. We are in the process of deprecating our LESS-based themes in favor of the more popular Sass CSS language. As part of that effort, we are migrating the samples in KB articles to reflect that change.