R2 2018 will introduce one of our first UI components for the cognitive world, namely the Conversational UI (aka chat bot) component! This will be introduced across all flavors of Kendo UI.
The list of components will expand for the jQuery and we are looking to include the much anticipated and highly requested DropDownTree component.
Themes will also expand with the new Material theme.
On top of that we will continue to expand our support for the OData v4 protocol.
The main focus of the next couple of months will continue to be the Grid and supporting components to help around Grid development. Grid-specific features will include:
Additionally we will more of our new React components:
Finally we will finish up the remaining jQuery components currently not covered by our React wrappers (PivotGrid, etc.) to ensure full coverage of the Kendo UI components for React developers. This will come with a updated documentation and demo section for the React wrappers.
On top of various features for existing components (Grid etc.) we will continue to add more Angular components:
Along with this we will expand the number of components usable with the Material theme.
Our Vue components will continue to expand with the jQuery components, which means that the Conversational UI and DropDownTree components will be added.
We will also focus on the Vue ecosystem with official support for Vuex and other libraries that can work hand-in-hand with Kendo UI. Additionally we expand our resources for Vue developers, including a new revamp of our demos and docs.
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