July 18, 2014

Telerik Updates its HTML5 and JavaScript Framework

Telerik has updated its HTML5 and JavaScript framework Kendo UI to now include support for AngularJS, complex visualization, and enhanced mobile capabilities.

Popularity of HTML5 has increased, and Telerik wants to develop tools that help businesses of all sizes to easily transition to modern line-of-business apps with advanced usability on mobile devices and browsers.

Telerik’s updated release includes PivotGrid and Gantt widgets, even more professional-grade charts, and official support for AngularJS. It offers businesses UI capabilities for every desktop and device, boasting seven new components and features.

Kendo UI includes support for AngularJS available in all versions of Kendo UI, features PivotGrid and Gantt widgets, and includes more professional-grade charts such as Waterfall and Range Bar.

“Telerik has always been at the forefront of UI, and the latest release of Kendo UI with advancements in enterprise-level features, is no exception,” said Long Le, principle App/Dev Architect, CBRE, the world's largest commercial real estate services firm. “Telerik tools produce a better end result in less time, and that’s a big win for us any way you cut it.”

Other features included in Kendo UI are expanded internationalization support and ContextMenu and Toolbar widgets, including built-in Android (NewsAlert) ActionBar support in mobile.

Moreover, the new release offers file attachment support in the Editor and Autocomplete filtering in the Grid.

The latest advancements released for Kendo UI are available for purchase, and those interested to know more details about the product can register for an upcoming webinar.

The webinar titled “Kendo UI – Enterprise UI for Every Device,” is scheduled for Wednesday, July 30 at 11:00 a.m. ET.

Telerik empowers its customers to create compelling app experiences across any screen. The company was in the news earlier this year for announcing their new Telerik Platform. This powerful, modular platform for Web, hybrid or native development is touted as usable for any approach, any OS, any device and any technology.

Edited by Adam Brandt


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