Kendo UI Basic Flip Effect Example

The Kendo UI Flip Effect is pretty cool and offers some handy functionality for Web pages that are short on space. You can set a section of your page to have a flip effect where the user can toggle between viewing two different sections of data. This is a nice option to standard popups or tabs for showing optional or non-critical data on your pages. Continue reading “Kendo UI Basic Flip Effect Example”


Example of Populating a Kendo UI TabStrip from C# CodeBehind

Kendo UI
Kendo UI

In this article I’m going to show an example Web page in which I take a basic Kendo TabStrip front-end control, and integrate it with an ASP.NET WebForm in order to dynamically add tabs to the TabStrip from code-behind. To be able to run the example right away I’ve referenced the key libraries online instead of using a local reference. If you are working with this script and plan to keep working with Kendo components, then it’s best to download the libraries.

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Example of Binding a Kendo UI KendoNotification Control with an ASP.NET WebMethod

The notification effects brought to the Web-development table by Telerik’s Kendo UI Notification component are really cool. You can have a look at a running demo of some of the neat stuff you can do with Kendo UI Notifications on the Telerik demo site at:

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