Showing posts with label Kendo UI. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kendo UI. Show all posts

Jun 29, 2014

My second book - 'Kendo UI Cookbook' released!!

The title says it all. My second book titled 'Kendo UI Cookbook' was released last week. I have written over 50 recipes focusing on the Kendo UI application framework, widgets and data visualization components.

Here's the link from where you can buy the book - http://www.packtpub.com/kendo-ui-cookbook/book


Oct 4, 2013

Win a Free e-Book copy of my book - 'Instant Kendo UI Mobile'

I'm giving away two copies of my book 'Instant Kendo UI Mobile'. All you need to do is to send me a message through the 'Contact Me' form, let me know how this book will benefit you and whether you can post a review as well. You can also message me on Twitter or Facebook.

You can find out about the book here - http://www.packtpub.com/kendo-user-interface-mobile/book


Jul 29, 2013

My first book titled 'Kendo UI Mobile' is here!!

The title says it all. I had posted a couple of entries on Kendo UI earlier and was approached by Packt publishing to write on 'Kendo UI Mobile'. Writing a book was both a personal and a professional goal that I had set for myself. Today I have realized it and I feel accomplished. For almost everyone, first things are very special. Be it their first job, paycheck, girlfriend\boyfriend, marriage, first kid and anything that happens for the first time in their life. This is my baby and I'm going to celebrate my win today.

If you are planning to build a mobile website or an app using Kendo UI Mobile, this book should get you up and running. Here's the link to the page, from where you can learn about the book and buy it - http://www.packtpub.com/kendo-user-interface-mobile/book

Jun 21, 2012

Using Source binding and templates in KendoUI

Yesterday I explored the MVVM design pattern in Kendo UI that allows the model data to be separated from the view. Also, whenever data in one of them changes it is reflected in the other. Today I was exploring various data bindings that can be used and one that caught my attention was the source binding. The source binding allows you to set the HTML content of the target element by rendering a Kendo template with a View-Model value. For example, say you have a combo box (select tag) and you want to populate it with data (option tags), then instead of writing several option tags you can define a template and provide source binding for the same. This will show a list of options from the ViewModel.

Jun 20, 2012

Using Model-View ViewModel design pattern in Kendo UI

Kendo UI is completely new to me and I got introduced to it when Brandon Satrom left Microsoft and joined the Kendo UI team. I had interacted with him when I was working on jQuery ‘Pinify’ plugin. Kendo UI is a HTML5, jQuery based framework for building both web and mobile applications. It not only provides a set of UI widgets and other data visualization components but also a framework for data binding, animation and drag-and-drop. Whilst I was looking into the framework I stumbled upon the Mode-View ViewModel (MVVM) design pattern built into it.