Develop Custom App Dashboard Design using Kendo UI
20 May. 2015 Mobile App
Mobile dashboards help to serve as a great tool for making effective decisions in the enterprise. The dashboards have changed how organizations monitor their KPIs (key performance indicators). Gartner Technology Research has shared that one-third of enterprise users are taking business decisions with the help of mobile dashboards. Clearly, this trend is catching on and is being used in ways that the business intelligence community has been predicting for years now. This article describes how you can create mobile dashboards with Kendo UI framework.
Simplify Mobile Dashboard Design with Kendo UI
The challenge of designing a dashboard for mobile users is to provide relevant content that can be easily processed on a mobile device. In order to accelerate this design process, enterprises use various Rapid Application Development (RAD) tools like Telerik. Kendo UI Framework are added to the Telerik RAD stack for developing HTML5, jQuery, and CSS3 based cross-browser applications.
Developing HTML5 applications using Kendo UI is a straightforward approach, as the setup requires only referencing jQuery and CSS files on your HTML page.
The Kendo UI Framework can be broadly classified into:
- Kendo UI Widgets
- Kendo UI Framework elements
The Kendo widgets use HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery to build powerful web applications without using multiple third-party frameworks and plugins, as is the case with few of the other HTML5/jQuery frameworks.
Kendo UI widgets such as the buttons, drop-down list, and tree view are the UI elements that we really “see” once the application is developed. Framework elements are the invisible entities such as DataSource, Templates, and Model View View Model (MVVM), which help in integrating the data with the widgets. For simplicity, if we consider an application built using Kendo UI , the UI widgets are the bricks and the Framework elements are the cement that keep the bricks together.
Kendo UI widgets can be classified into three groups:
- Kendo UI Web: Used for touch-enabled desktop development
- Kendo UI DataViz: Used for desktop and mobile data visualizations
- Kendo UI Mobile: Used for mobile application development
Key Elements of Kendo UI Architecture
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