Popularized in Material Design, the Floating Action Button from Kendo UI serves as a contextual action button for any web page. Often used to create new messages in email or text clients, the Floating Action Button can serve both desktop and mobile applications alike.
The Kendo UI Bottom Navigation component provides a navigation component often found in mobile applications, sometimes called a mobile navigation component. Useful in both desktop and responsive mobile applications, this component can serve several navigation scenarios.
By combing a drop-down with a TreeView component, the Kendo UI for Angular DropDownTree lets users input values by selecting them in a TreeView structure that appears when the user opens the built-in drop down element.
Combining a Data Table and a ComboBox component, the Kendo UI for Angular MultiColumnComboBox component lets users input values from a drop down by selecting a value in the built-in table structure.
The new Kendo UI for Angular TileLayout lets developers define a column and row layout, similar to a CSS Grid, and set up multiple tiles within the layout. These tiles can be dragged and dropped to reorder the available KPI tiles.
The KendoReact DropDownTree components provides the hierarchical structure of a TreeView inside the real-estate saving UX of a drop-down component, letting a user select values from the built-in TreeView.
The KendoReact MultiColumnComboBox component combines a data table structure with a ComboBox component, letting users select values from the data table which displays when the ComboBox opens its popup.
The KendoReact TileLayout component is designed to let end-users drag and drop various KPI elements throughout a predefined column and row layout. Each tile can contain any additional React components and developers can define their size through column and row units.
While Kendo UI for Vue already supports the latest Vue 3.0 Release Candidate, we will be working on support for the official Vue 3.0 release.
Extending the number of native Vue UI components, the new Kendo UI for Vue Window component provides the familiar functionality to desktop OS windows, letting users move windows around as well as offer minimize, maximize, and close options.
Through the Kendo UI for Vue MultiSelect users can select multiple values in a single input element through the provided popup, similar to interfaces found in email clients and text messaging applications.
The Kendo UI for Vue TimePicker component is designed to let users select time slots through a drop down element and also supports users to input the time slot by typing in the appropriate value.
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