Telerik Platform is a mobile application development platform that combines a set of tools for developing applications for multiple platforms with cloud services that manage the application lifecycle process.
Telerik Platform provides an adaptive framework for creating applications regardless of whether the application runs on the Web, native or hybrid mode.
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The Telerik iOS Sample Code by Telerik demonstrates how to create a visual chart in a mobile device. Full code is available in Objective-C, Swift, and C# languages that also present instructions to add a title, legend, and animations to the chart.
The Telerik Android Sample Code by Telerik demonstrates API interaction in a QR code that is also available on Google Play. When users click on the video demo, they will see mobile device interaction. The sample app can be found at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.telerik.examples
And the source code at https://github.com/telerik/Android-samples/tree/master/Store-Demo
The Telerik PHP Sample Code by Telerik demonstrates how to set up a sample application. Prerequisites and configurations suggest presenting code as a correct outcome. Next steps include part 1, 2 and 3 of Kendo UI framework integration.
The Telerik ASP.NET Sample Code by Telerik demonstrates various ways to integrate the API into applications. From the website, developers can choose data management, layout, diagrams, file upload, scheduling, navigation, social, media, UX, AJAX, and Sharepoint. Each link demonstrates a visual outcome of the given sample code.