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Video Onboarding

Kendo UI for jQuery has two dedicated video getting started courses: one for jQuery with JavaScript and another one for jQuery with TypeScript. These courses are available to both developers with active trial licenses and active commercial licenses in Virtual Classroom. The training courses are developed to help you get started with the Kendo UI for jQuery components and features. They aim to put you in the shoes of an engineer who adds new features to an existing application.

The learning process starts by adding basic Kendo UI components and components to the application and shows how to harness the power of Kendo UI products in no time. Further on, you'll get into more advanced components, like the Chart and the Grid and learn how to incorporate Kendo UI components to interact with existing functionality and with each other. Finally, the courses explore how to build your own theme and change it for all components at once.

Course Overview

The next two videos share a glimpse of the format and structure of the whole training and provide a brief overview of what will be accomplished through the steps. The first video covers the JavaScript course and the second—the TypeScript course.

Project Overview

The videos below explain the details around the project you will be modifying—what it is, what needs to be added, and what the accomplished state will look like. The first video covers the JavaScript course and the second—the TypeScript course.

Onboarding Modules

The Kendo UI for jQuery with JavaScript technical online training has an approximate duration of 2 hours and 35 minutes, while the TypeScript training is 2 hours and 45 minutes. Both courses have identical structure and are split into seven modules with the following learning path:

  • Chapter 1: Welcome (Course Overview, Prerequisites, Resources, Tour of Demo Application)
  • Chapter 2: Getting Started (What You Are Building, Sample Code, Running the API and Sample Apps)
  • Chapter 3: Kendo Workflow (Using Kendo CDN, Webpack, Kendo NPM, Buttons Example)
  • Chapter 4: Basic UI Components (Adding Kendo Inputs, DropDown, DropDown Templates, Slider, TabStrip Navigation, ComboBox, and ComboBox Templates)
  • Chapter 5: Chart (Chart Anatomy, Setup, Data, CategoryAxis, Series)
  • Chapter 6: Grid (Grid Setup and Rendering, Columns, Column Templates, Sorting and Paging)
  • Chapter 7: Styling and Themes (Changing the Theme, Theme Builder, Icons)

If you wish to learn more and continue with the video onboarding, visit the Virtual Classroom and enroll in the course that you prefer:

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