Kendo UI Adds PHP, JSP and Windows 8 Support
The framework is built on top of jQuery.
Skill reuse is an important topic for .NET Framework developers who want to work in Web creation, but don't have the time or inclination to learn client-side languages. That's where the Kendo UI can help.
The company added a set of ASP.NET MVC wrappers to the framework last November, when they also announced the beta release of new JSP wrappers and plans to include PHP wrappers.
The company also announced a new website for the incubation of open source integrations with projects like AngularJS and BreezeJS. Dubbed Kendo UI Labs, the site is being billed as a "home for Kendo UI experiments and integrations." The company promises to populate the website with "a myriad of sample repositories and integration libraries" for building web and hybrid mobile apps using Kendo UI Web, DataViz, and Mobile. The website is up and running here.
More information about the latest version of the Kendo UI framework is available now on the company website
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