— Disclaimer: I do not work for KendoUI (Telerik) and I am not getting anything in return for this entry… I just like the library 😉
Over the past months I have been evaluating the KendoUI library and using it on my pet projects. I really like it, is evolving very fast and has good community around it.
KendoUI Grids are very flexible and can be used in many different ways. In this post I will show how you can get started with KendoUI grids on your ASP.NET MVC Projects., I will show you three different ways I have used them, which include Creating the Grid starting from a basic ASP.NET MVC List Template, Creating the grid over an empty div with a remote data source, and finally, how to create a grid using KendoUI templates.
These walk-troughs will cover most of the basics but are only intended to get you started; I encourage you to go to KendoUI.com and view all other options/configurations/methods available.
Method 1: Grid over Existing HTML
In this example, we start from the MVC List Template and convert it to a fully functional grid with pagination and sorting.