This article provides general information on the Kendo UI distributions that you can download as well as the available Kendo UI installation and widget initialization approaches.
Kendo UI also offers various download approaches which allow you to use the technology with which you feel most comfortable to work with:
To install Kendo UI for jQuery widgets, you can use the available Kendo UI CDN services which are hosted on Amazon CloudFront.
For more information, refer to the article on obtaining Kendo UI by using CDN.
For more information, refer to the article on installing Kendo UI with NPM.
If you are a registered user, you can use the available Kendo UI NuGet packages from the private Kendo UI NuGet feed. NuGet is an open-source .NET package manager which hosts Kendo UI packages for the jQuery and ASP.NET MVC flavors.
For more information, refer to the article on installing Kendo UI with NuGet.
You can also install part of the Kendo UI for jQuery widgets and framework components that your project requires and include only what you need by picking the combined or individual scripts, by building a custom combined script, or by using Gulp to build a custom script.
For more information, refer to the article on creating your own custom bundles with Kendo UI.
Kendo UI for jQuery uses the Bower web package manager which handles frameworks, libraries, assets, and utilities. The library maintains the Kendo UI Core and the Kendo UI Professional Bower packages which provide all official releases, service packs, and internal Kendo UI for jQuery builds.
For more information, refer to the article on installing Kendo UI as a Bower package.
- Create your own custom bundles
- Create your own custom widgets
- Initialize widgets as jQuery plugins
- Initialize widgets with MVVM
- Explore the widget script dependencies