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- Telerik UI for Blazor
- Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core
- Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC
- Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX
- Telerik UI for Silverlight
- Telerik UI for PHP
- Telerik UI for JSP
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|Operating Systems||Windows, Linux, Mac|
|Mobile Application||Telerik UI is a UI development framework for building desktop, mobile and web applications. Can be used on any operating system.|
|Supported Languages||All Languages|
- Great Demos
- Excellent out of the box features built right into the controls
- Fast development time to go from nothing to fully functional UI
- Accelerated cross-platform development (responsive web design)
- Well moderated forums for getting questions answered
- Steller support - questions are answered in a timely fashion and usually get right to the solution.
- The documentation site (not the demo site) sometimes leaves something to be desired, particularly if you are stepping out of the 90% usage scenarios.
- Grid Data
- Documentation is very poor.
- Need more code examples.
- The Carousel Control needs some vast improvements.
- Prebuilt Blazor Components
- Helpful demos and documentation
- Reporting software
- Custom functionality within the components
- Less breaking changes between versions
- Updated documentation regarding devops pipeline implementation
- Easy to Duplicate
- Styling is messy and over complicated
- Updates can break existing components used in your code
- Regular updates. I know I can expect updates that contain not only bug fixes but additional features. The quarterly updates are at the right interval and can be built into a management plan.
- Examples. The supplied examples are incredibly useful, and often provide ideas on how to approach a UI design. I often pull up the examples and use them to show the team when we are spitballing ideas on a UI design.
- I find license management to be simple to use and manage. I like the discounts for early renewal.
- I'd like to see the radwebcam include the ability to read/decode barcodes or QR codes and possibly raise a barcode read event.
- The visual studio add-in takes a while to load, so I constantly get the slow add-in warning from visual studio 2022
- some of the winform controls seem to have poor performance such as carousel.
- It reduces lot of time building modern UI
- It has rick library of UI controls, Grids, and Charts to use in enterprise applications
- Rich reporting tools
- User support should be improved
- More Demo applications with code should be available hasselfree
- There should be a community edition
- Great support
- Good quality UI components
- Great UI control performance
- Poor PDF library: generated files were MASSIVE in size. We switched to Syncfusion because of this issue.
- Poor user experience with their date picker components (too many clicks to choose a year in the past)
- Documentation could be more complete
- Telerik launches iOS components and then dropped them
- Large selection of UI widgets
- Easy to Update
- not much to say, it just works
- Good support from Telerik team on the issues faced
- Excellent Grid control options
- Multiple customizations for each UI component
- Excellent pre-built examples to meet and fulfill the design requirements
- Each control has multiple attributes. It becomes difficult to understand the functionality. If the team could provide some tooltip or documentation, it will help the engineers.
- Setting up nested grids is somewhat complex
- Easy to configure with application.
- It provides flexibility for complex grid customizations.
- Takes less time for quick development UI elements.
- UI is very responsible, which can be viewable in any device.
- Great support from Telerik team. It only takes 24 to 48 hours to resolve your issues.
- Sometimes element customization takes longer than expected.
- Demos and examples
- Framework support
Less good at creating a UI that is very different [from] everybody else, e.g. must not look like BootStrap or Material or AppleUI.
If something does not work you ask them for an example of how to solve your use case.
The SEO on their sites is awesome and so well bedded into Google.
The videos are good, [they're] not used much but their examples and DoJo examples make all the difference.
- Easy to understand documentation.
- Fast development
- Very flexible
- Needs some improvement on DevOps documentation.
Problem is, sometimes when we use other JS framework, these framework components are not compatible with Telerik UI.
- Progress bar is provided, no need to additional libraries
- Kendo Grid provides paging, sorting, no need to add additional code
- Telerik Progress Modal windows are easy to use, adding styles
- Kendo Grid, highlight last updated row after page post back
- Telerik enables rapid application development for the demonstration of concepts.
- It provides a good set of themes and functional additions to a UI development environment.
- Each control is packed with valuable features.
- The support team is responsive and very knowledgeable about making their product work in whatever situation you need.
- Out-of-the-box performance on inferior hardware is lacking.
- Our industrial PC (2014 Celeron SoC) struggles to load views containing Telerik controls.
- Adjusting the nitty-gritty margins that are included with some of the controls requires manual adjustment.
- Grid works well and is versatile in a lot of situations.
- Great support.
- Way to get up and running.
- Tabbing from field to field not easy to implement for me.
- Use of out of the box tools and controls, like grids and combo boxes
- Numeric controls are great for limiting users to valid input
- The combo box is great for multi-select options
- Nested grids (parent/child) can be tricky to set up but it's possible
- Telerik does provide a lot of documentation and examples but for a very specific use case you may have to trawl the help forum for a while
Progress Telerik UI's support of accessibility requirements such as keyboard shortcuts and screen-reader is essential.
- Use of the grid, combo box, numeric controls for checkout display, and edit of shopping cart
- The grid control is useful for display of product lists and search results
- The combo box and dropdown list controls are useful in user profile settings
- Some of the controls have so many features, use of documentation may be required to identify required attributes.
- Setting up a grid with master and child hierarchy and other grid features like filtering and sub-setting can be challenging
- There are many examples on the Progress Telerik UI website to help with understanding but due to the features available, finding an example that matches the requirements of your design may be impossible.
There is a large amount of community support forums to get answers or post questions. In addition there is a forum of posted code samples for the various controls.
The Progress update tool easily tells you what products have been updated and allows you to install the updates on your development system. Release notes can be displayed to see what's new.
- The Visual Studio integration, including performing updates, is done very well
- The toolbox and customization is thought out
- The look and feel for the end user is pleasant
- Some of the templates for performing functions could be simpler
- Some of the deprecated functionality works really well, but will eventually go away
- The biggest strength is that it abstracts complex component-based coding, allowing our team to focus on solving business requirements.
- The customer support is second to none. We've utilized customer support numerous times to help us solve complex requirements.
- We really like the ease of integration with Microsoft Office products such as Word and Excel.
- Sometimes the examples that are given in their documentation don't pertain to how we need to implement a solution, and getting some components to work how we need them to can be difficult. This is where Progress Telerik UI's amazing customer support has come in handy to help us work through our problem.
- Some components have some difficulty looking good on a small screen such as a phone.
- Telerik has good documentation on every UI element they have
- Easy to include in product
- Gives good support on issues
- Managing Editors and iframes are a bit difficult
- If they can give styling like material UI that would be cool
- For drop-down there is no placeholder which would have been a good addition
- Grid toolbar is not that responsive
- Flexible and easy to customise window control.
- Drag and Drop box, Combo box, buttons images the grid customization is good.
- Easy to add data visualization with treeview and json.
- The logic need to improve in some workflow scnearios.
- Add timezone editing to grids.
- Integrate different controls, build combined control toolboxes.
It provides great GUI with less programming effort. That makes it highly cost effective in price sensitive deployment areas.
It is very well suited for web based applications with multiple web pages.
- Multiple platform Support.
- Extensive library catering almost all the needs.
- Impressive after sales support.
- Notification about new releases.
- Provide Tryout for other platform as well like .net
It easily adopt to mobile layout if implement properly making you applications layout easy to maintain.If you are not developing web application then this is not for you.
We are using Telerik Grid for add, edit and Delete functionality. Using Grid Toolbar for export functionality. Using Text box mask property for Zip code formats. Using File upload control for uploading files from UI. Using cascading drop downs at some places.
- Telerik Grid is very useful for CRUD operations on database. We can provide grid toolbar with Add, Edit and Delete buttons. It works perfect.
- Text box with mask, mask property is like gift we just need to mention formats for input that software wants to accept from User. We use this for Zip codes. US has different zip code formats as compared to Canada. so it make easy just by setting mask.
- Panel bars, On many web pages we have used panel bars to group related controls together. So UI looks beautiful and user can see all related control together in same section. Panel bar collapse and expand works just fine.
- After upgrade we faced issue with old version controls. There were some breaking changes in controls behavior.
Overall User loves the UI of our product. So we are doing good business.
Mostly we use Kendo controls to display data on UI.
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.
- Good documentation of all controls.
- Controls are very easy to use.
- Online examples are well thought out and coded.
- Their support is generally quick to response. And is always thorough.
- More control over outlines/shapes.
- When Telerik introduced Kendo UI for Angular it was very slow to implement every component.
- Could be better in making some of the features responsive in small screens.
- Some examples are harder to understand because they work on their sample services.
It's well suited for rapid development.
- Themes: the uptime for the dark theme was very quick
- Lots of custom controls
- Replacing native .Net controls with Progress Telerik UI is very easy since the API is the same
- Demo app is a good discovery place
- Little API nuisances where you have to go deep down an element or implement a callback to get something that could just be a property
- Visual Studio extension is buggy
- Some of our users reported bad text rendering on their machines