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Network World - Telerik has released some iPad-specific widgets for its development toolkit for mobile Web apps. The move expands the focus of the Kendo product line from PCs and smartphones to tablets.
Telerik has added three new iPad widgets or controls to Kendo UI Mobile: split view, which creates panels on the Web page to show different information; popover, which lets a pop-up menu overlay other content onscreen; also new are controls for action sheets and modal views.
The company has also added updates and new features to the other members of the Kendo UI family.
Pricing is unchanged, starting at about $700 yearly per developer. Each of the Kendo UI toolsets is licensed separately. Kendo UI Complete, which includes the server side wrappers, is roughly $1,000 yearly per developer.
John Cox covers wireless networking and mobile computing for Network World.
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