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React Redux and Retrospectives

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, guest Margaret James shares her retrospective of web technologies leading up to modern front-end development using React. Margaret talks about her experience as a developer joining the industry two years ago and what it’s like to look back on previous generations of JavaScript technology. Margaret James Margaret James […]

.NET DevChat: Building Responsive Web Apps with ASP.NET MVC and Bootstrap Recap

Bootstrap 4 is great, and it's even greater when used in conjunction with Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC. In this .NET DevChat, we covered the basics of Bootstrap, its NavBar component, the Grid layout system as well as the new and shiny Bootstrap 4 Cards! We dived right in and added all of these to […]

Building Better Forms With Kendo UI & Angular

We use forms almost everyday for login, sign up, purchases, etc., so the forms we make should be as painless as possible. Kendo UI for Angular is a library of UI components that help you make great forms faster. We're going to create a few forms here to show some options for forms that won't […]

U Go Hue Go: Controlling Philips Hue Lights with Angular and Kendo UI

While on my Kendo Camper Tour I decided to work on a project using Angular and Kendo UI components to control my Philips Hue lights. I brought along my two Philips Hue Go lights to code out at the campsites where I was staying and two hue white lamp bulbs for inside the camper. For […]

Touring the US with Kendo UI and a Camper

This summer I was lucky enough to be able to drive my camper to the West Coast to hang out with a bunch of awesome user groups and talk about our Kendo UI library! A week before leaving, I purchased a 1977 Apache Ramada solid state popup, picked up my 11-year old Pomeranian, Toshmagosh, and […]

Perks of using UI for ASP.NET MVC

Whether you code in pure JavaScript, Angular, Microsoft's ASP.NET MVC or PHP, Kendo UI allows you to code in whatever language you're most comfortable with. Kendo UI has implementations for jQuery, Angular 1.x and 2.x, ASP.NET AJAX, ASP.NET MVC (and .NET Core), Java and PHP. Being a .NET developer, my choice is the UI for […]

A Gif Guide to Getting Started with Kendo UI

Using Kendo UI components in your Angular application helps you make a robust application quickly with succinct code. When you’re working on a deadline, like during hackathon, or just a regular stressful deadline, like getting work to a client on time, coding faster is better. Having succinct, easy-to-read code is great when you’re working in […]

Angular UI Components – the Directors Cut

In January we announced the Release Candidate availability of Kendo UI for Angular – a comprehensive UI framework, written from the ground up as native Angular components. That's right no jQuery dependency, no wrapping old code and pretending it's new. We've been hard at work getting ready for the full release, which will ship in […]

Ship Quickly, Ship Quality: The Developer’s Quest

The recent Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2017 unearthed a ton of intriguing information about the developer community. The Kendo UI team, influenced by the heroic origins of our JavaScript UI library’s brand name, saw these results through our own prism: all evidence points that being a developer is a daring quest! Developers need to work […]

How to Create an Angular Application: Adding Styling with Kendo UI

One of the biggest hurdles to creating your projects can be getting from zero to running project. Using the Angular CLI makes that process painless and fast. In this post, we’ll get a project skeleton together using the Angular CLI and then add some base styling with the Kendo UI for Angular default theme along […]