Getting started with KendoUI

Based on different languages, we have different Kendo UI flavors, offered by Telerik like Kendo UI for Angular, Kendo UI for React, Kendo UI for Jquery, Kendo UI for Vue, and Kendo UI for MVC.

This course is designed only for Asp.Net MVC developers who want to work with Kendo UI, Kendo UI makes the user interface design really very fast, not only that it provides comprehensive HTML5 UI widgets for building interactive and high-performance websites and applications

You will learn how to use Kendo UI in your project and how to use their widgets in an MVC application, you will also learn to bind some of the widgets from server-side data, for example, the Kendo UI grid can be used to display data in a tabular format, so you can assign any MVC action method which exposes JSON data as a data source to it.

Kendo UI is a framework used to design user interfaces easily and quickly. If you are excited to know how to use such a wonderful UI framework with MVC then this is for you. Start learning today. Kendo UI comes with a library of several cool widgets, a lot of data-visualization gadgets like Grid control, chart control, client-side data sources, and a built-in MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) library.

We will also learn client-side validation and data filtering, I hope you will enjoy all the articles.

Welcome to the journey of becoming KendoUI expert,if you are a beginner and really want to be a professional, then follow the below steps:-

  • Go through each article one by one without skipping any of them.
  • Try to implement and practice what you have learnt in the article by yourself.
  • Use your imagination and thinking power and ask these questions to yourself:-
    • Why did i read this article?
    • What i learned after reading this article?
    • Should i open visual studio and try to implement something?
    • Am i getting errors?ok ,which type of error
      • Is it compilation error?
      • Is it Run time error?
      • Can i solve this myself?
      • Can my friends solve this problem?
      • Should i ask this question on Stackoverflow?