Progress Releases A New Telerik Kendo UI Suite

October 14, 2015 at 1:26 pm By

Developers lives aren’t always the easiest when it comes to creating modern and rich applications. With it’s new Telerik Kendo Ui suite, Progress is trying to dow exactly what their name suggests and move development into a new stage of the profession with a tool to aid developers.

“With this Kendo UI release, it becomes one of the first commercial HTML and JavaScript frameworks to offer support for AngularJS 2.0 and the Web Components set of standards,” according to SDTimes.

“AngularJS has become one of the most popular open source JavaScript frameworks in the world. Since its inception, it has witnessed phenomenal growth in terms of adoption and community support—both from individual developers and businesses.”

With Angular JS 2.0 and Web Components combined, developers should have the ability to build UI’s that can keep up with modern web-design specifications. There is also the addition of a new theme called “Nova,” along with ready-to-use project templates to help introduce more efficiency for developers.

“When we first introduced the Telerik Kendo UI suite to the world four years ago, we began with a simple goal: to provide everything developers need to build modern, rich sites and apps with HTML5 and JavaScript,” said Marina Hristova, VP, Product Marketing & Management, Telerik DevTools, Progress, according to the report.

“Since then, the Telerik Kendo UI suite has become one of the fastest growing products in our company’s history, and the single most popular and successful UI library. With this release, we continue to embrace new web technologies and frameworks to ensure the Telerik Kendo UI suite remains the best professional JavaScript UI library, delivering best-of-breed UIs for business app development today and tomorrow.”

Development continues to see these shortcuts being passed along in the form of new software and suites. Whether or not these suites are useful will remain to be seen until developers can get their hands on the new software.

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