Progress Telerik UI Reviews

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Curtis Cibinel | TrustRadius Reviewer
January 20, 2020

Telerik DevCraft complete

Score 8 out of 10
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We use DevCraft controls for a variety of our web applications (products we sell). UI for ASP.NET, UI for WinForms and Kendo UI are used heavily. The controls save us tons of time or would take to build equivalent user experience from scratch. All of these have worked well and support has been fast and generally helpful. Documentation is better than industry average in my experience but leaves out details especially in areas related to security.
  • Support.
  • WCAG accessibility compliance.
  • Difficulty skinning visual.
  • Technical issues with visual studio designer integration.
Web development is solid. Some tools like the reporting or now abandoned object relational mapping tool were quite poor. UI for WinForms needs lots of custom event code for nesting controls. JustDecompile is a great free tool that everyone should use.
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Ray Levron | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 06, 2019

Easy to use, quick to implement, feature rich

Score 10 out of 10
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We use it within our entire organization. It is used in our business applications both internal and external. Our clients enjoy the visual UI appearance and the functionality and flexibility of the controls. As for business problems, it makes implementation easier because it contains a lot of functionality built into the controls that we would have to otherwise write ourselves.
  • The numeric text boxes provide validation and ensure only numbers can be entered without having to write javascript code.
  • The datepicker control offers a very feature rich calendar that meets all of our client needs and I don't have to add any javascript code.
  • The grid is incredibly feature rich, with paging and sorting and filtering built in and I don't have to add any server side code to perform these functions.
  • I find the dropdownfor control is very easy to implement and is richer than the standard control and easier to customize
  • I wish the order of scripts were not so particular. You absolutely have to load the external scripts in the correct order to implement due to the range of icons that are used in some of the controls, like the grid.
  • I wish there were more formatting options for text boxes for things like zip codes and social security numbers.
  • It would be nice to be able to just add a script file and css file to the end of whatever external files we are already loading. Kendo tends to be very picky about this part.
  • I would love to see telerik offer report controls
  • It would be nice for telerik to offer complete basic forms
We use a lot of forms that include dates, numeric inputs, drop downs. We also use a lot of grids to present groups of data to our clients. Along with this, the grids allow sorting and filtering. Our clients love that kind of stuff. In addition, the controls are much prettier than the standard .Net controls.
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Dipen Darji | TrustRadius Reviewer
June 07, 2019

The Edge of Telerik

Score 10 out of 10
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Telerik Test Studio is a decent testing tool in the market, I have used it and it has made my work easier. It can be used for functional testing of Web, mobile and desktop application, software performance testing and load testing.
  • Very user friendly and easy to learn.
  • Good language support, it does not require you to write code in a lot of scenarios.
  • Testers can design and maintain tests and pass them to developers through source control to assist with more complex, edge case scenarios.
  • You can convert all your step codes, but can't revert them back.
  • It's not free and costly too.
  • It's standalone and if you need to use VS Plugin it requires an extra VS Professional or higher license.
JavaScript and JSON support, Test Studio supports JavaScript function invocation and validation directly from your code. The testing tool also understands JSON objects, can handle strongly typed objects returned from JavaScript, as well as access to J QUERY API's.
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Jakub Wilk | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 15, 2018

Best Component Worldwide

Score 10 out of 10
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We are a software developer company and we use many components within our organization. But one day Telerik appeared and I made the decision that we will switch from [another product] to Telerik. We are now using KendoUI and Telerik Reporting. We considered also using a CMS but at the end made the decision to go with Umbraco.
  • Quality
  • Support
  • Many components and solutions
  • When Telerik introduced Kendo UI for Angular it was very slow to implement every component
  • The Gantt chart within Kendo and Telerik reporting - I would like that to get better
When you develop a web-based solution within .net there is no other way to use any different component. When you want to add reporting you can take from the same component suite and continue development with the same ecosystem. In my opinion they are winning thanks to very professional support and I think that if they don't mess it up they will continue to be successful.
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Shaheed Ahmad | TrustRadius Reviewer
October 16, 2018

Telerik controls

Score 9 out of 10
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We have heavily customized SharePoint pages which are using Telerik controls.

During our early development phase, we were using standard ASP.NET controls and they were taking considerable time in rendering. So, we switched to Telerik controls, which have helped us improve the rendering time!
  • We wanted a very rich user interface, which Telerik controls fit very well
  • These controls are rich in UI and are very light weight. Also, they provide lot of in-built themes which may help you to develop a very interactive application
  • Sometime it’s hard to predict control ID after rendering. So, it would be good if control ID could be retained.
  • It would be good if they provided some utility to upgrade the controls whenever there is new release, so that manual work can be saved
Telerik controls are useful to build a interactive interface, so many themes are available to develop the good UI.
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Nuno Filipe Coimbra | TrustRadius Reviewer
October 18, 2017

My take on Telerik

Score 9 out of 10
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It is being used in some applications across several departments of the company. The development groups that actually used Telerik products to develop software are spread across all main regions where the company has a presence.
  • Support to the developers and community growing
  • User controls for software development for Windows and web
  • Extensive (although not as in depth as it should be) documentation
  • The documentation articles. There should definitely be more "real life" examples.
  • On some products, they should pay more attention on how the end users are going to actually use them.
Developing LOB applications to support businesses in enterprises. The enterprise LOB application is the natural ground for Telerik products. There is also room for it on the mobile market, especially when we are talking about Controls for Xamarin.

On the other end, "normal" websites that need to be filled with very polished, eye-catching designs, are not a good place for Telerik products.
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Progress Telerik UI Scorecard Summary

About Progress Telerik UI

With Telerik UI libraries, Progress aims to equip .NET ninjas with a full arsenal of weapons, helping to create beautiful, modern and future-proof applications quickly and intuitively. The vendor states that with its over 1,100 UI components for all .NET platforms, as well as various themes, skins and customization options, Telerik users report cutting development time by up to 50 percent.

Progress Telerik UI Competitors

Syncfusion, DevExpress, Infragistics


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