Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC R3 2020 release brings Image Editor, App Bar, Loader, Text Area components, Gantt Planned vs. Actual, Grid Sticky columns and more!
The R3 2020 release for Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC is here! Check out the latest additions of components like Image Editor, App Bar, Loader, Text Area, Wizard, Pager and new features like Grid Sticky Columns, Gantt Planned vs Actuals, Column Options and Templates, Tree List drag, drop and reorder of rows, enhancements to Numeric Textbox, Spreadsheet, Scheduler and more!
With the third release for 2020 we are excited to share all new components and features that you can plug into your projects and create modern and engaging MVC applications. As always, we listened to your feedback and included in the release many of the most voted items and features. Read ahead and see what’s new in Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC R3 2020!
The new MVC Image Editor is a flexible graphics UI component that allows end users to edit their images directly in their browser with no need of third-party software. The ImageEditor includes a canvas, handy toolbar with many built-in options to load, crop, resize, zoom, undo and redo commands, as well as downloading the modified image.
Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Image Editor Component
For image resizing, the ImageEditor provides a tool panel with options for adjusting width, height and locking aspect ratio. As you modify the image size settings you can preview the applied changes and can easily go back and forth using the Undo & Redo commands.
Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Image Editor Resizing
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