Progress Touts New Third-Party Blazor UI Components

Third-party dev tool specialist Progress announced an update to its .NET-centric offerings, touting new controls for Blazor, Microsoft's red-hot project for creating web apps with C#.

The company's umbrella .NET (and JavaScript) offering, the R1 2021 release of Progress Telerik, includes:
  • 26 new components
  • Enhanced Telerik Reporting capabilities such as support for .NET 5 Official
  • A next-level report engine

And within that umbrella offering, Progress especially touted it Blazor UI components, with the company claiming it wants to be "the de facto standard for native Blazor UI components."

"Progress Telerik UI for Blazor empowers developers to build high-performance, attractive applications in half the time," the company said. "With the new UI components, including Splitter, Slider, Range Slider and Loader Container, developers can quickly control layout, select numerical values and improve the user experience related to data and operations while the app is loading. New Grid capabilities include Loading Animation, Load Groups on Demand and Multi-Checkbox Filters."

Other new components and enhancements boost individual UI offerings for ASP.NET Core, WPF, WinForms, WinUI, Xamarin and more.

More information is available in a "what's new" site that covers, web, mobile, desktop, reporting/QA and free tools.

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