Thank you for choosing Telerik® UI for Blazor!
The Blazor framework by Microsoft allows you to create rich web user interfaces with .NET and C#. The Telerik® UI for Blazor components facilitate the front-end development by providing ready-made UI components.
The UI for Blazor suite has the same HTML rendering and Theme stylesheets as the Kendo UI suites, so previous experience with them can be helpful. The components in UI for Blazor are native Blazor components and not wrappers over jQuery widgets.
Visit the Telerik UI for Blazor product overview page to learn the benefits of using our components.
Telerik UI for Blazor is a
professional grade UI library with 100+ native components for building modern and feature-rich applications. To try it out sign up for a free 30-day trial.
New to Telerik UI for Blazor?
Telerik UI for Blazor is a professional grade UI library with 100+ native components for building modern and feature-rich applications. To try it out sign up for a free 30-day trial.
If you are new to Telerik UI for Blazor, visit the Getting Started tutorials that demonstrate how to add the Telerik components to your application:
- Get Started with a Blazor Server app
- Get Started with a Blazor WebAssembly app
- Get Started with a .NET 8 Blazor Web App
- Get Started with Blazor Hybrid
This online documentation covers the latest version of Telerik UI for Blazor, which is
5.0.1. If needed, download the offline PDF documentation for the required older product version.
Developers who are familiar with the IDE and Blazor could prefer the Typical Workflow article. It is a shorter, more advanced version of the getting started tutorials above and explains the basics about the Telerik UI packages and how to set up a project.
If you are just getting started with Blazor and Web development, you may find the following resources useful in getting up to speed with the core concepts:
- Telerik e-book: Blazor: A Beginner's Guide and its Samples repo
- MSDN: First Steps with Blazor
- MSDN: Razor Syntax Reference
You can watch a YouTube playlist of getting started tutorials for Blazor (videos 1-4) and Telerik UI for Blazor (videos 5-8) below:
- Color Gradient
- Color Palette
- Color Picker
- Flat Color Picker
- Date Input
- Date Picker
- Time Picker
- DateTime Picker
- DateRange Picker
- HTML Editor
- Masked Textbox
- Numeric Textbox
- Radio Button Group
- Validation Tools
- Interactivity and UX
Use our feedback portal to tell us which components you want us to create and how you intend to use them with Blazor.
For any issues you might encounter while working with Telerik UI for Blazor, use any of the available support channels:
License holders and active trialists can take advantage of our outstanding customer support delivered by the developers building the library. To submit a support ticket, use the UI for Blazor dedicated support system.
The UI for Blazor forums are part of the free support you can get from the community and from the UI for Blazor team on all kinds of general issues.
You may still need a tailor-made solution for your project. In such cases, go straight to Progress Services.
Knowledge Base - contains answers to some common questions, problems and errors. Free-text search is also available.
Blazor Samples Repo - example projects that showcase popular scenarios so you can jump-start your project by copying from them.
Blazor UI Support and Learning Resources - a hub with links to all resources such as blogs, videos, repos, docs and so on.
Video Onboarding Course - through the Telerik Virtual Classroom, you can watch videos and learn how to build a Blazor app at your leisure.
Offline PDF documentation for all product versions - select Telerik UI for Blazor, then choose a version from the dropdown and look for the ZIP files in the Documentation section.
- First Steps with Blazor Server
- First Steps with Blazor WebAssembly
- First Steps with Blazor Hybrid
- Typical workflow for using the Telerik UI for Blazor components (a concise version of the tutorials above)
- Use guided wizards to generate new Telerik Projects in Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code.
- Convert an existing project to a Telerik-enabled project
- Style the Telerik Blazor Components