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Why Kendo UI
- Support for major desktop and mobile browsers, not just web-kit browsers. Not to mention support for major mobile platforms
- Code is optimized for major mobile platforms. Android app will use optimizations made from Android platform, same thing goes for iOS and rest of them.
- Nothing particular
UI and visual impression
- Native look depending on platform and platform version. For example, app will look different when watched on different iOS versions.
- App performance don’t suffer from heavy CSS3 usage.
- Again nothing particular
Availability, ease of use
- Page layout system similar to jQuery Mobile
- MVVM usage
- Excellent demos, you will probably learn more from them than from an official documentation.
- Easy framework even with a bad documentation
- Online community is supportive
- Bad documentation
- Missing descriptions
- Kendo UI was not used to show how examples look like.
- Too few images, I want to see what some part of code can do. They don’t even need to use images.