Play framework is probably the fastest growing framework in the Java space due to its container-less deployment and non-blocking IO features.
I think its an ideal vehicle for Kendo/Kendo MVVM to visit Java land for the first time!
Normally this means adopting logic-less mustache templating (see https://github.com/pk11/play-scalate/) but other options may exist.18 votesKenshin, Kendo UI Team responded
Thanks for the suggestion, Dimitris.
Right now you could try testing out Telerik UI for JSP (http://www.telerik.com/jsp-ui) with Scalate. However, I’m not sure if this would work, though. Please comment below if you do that.
Consider “Java” wrappers for the KendoUI . The use case for “Java” wrappers is for existing Java server side applications that embed the UI code in the Java classes (no JSP / JSF), similar to the Vaadin philosophy, but without having to adopt Vaadin and yet be able to incrementally enhance existing / stable, line of business web applications, without a complete rewrite.5 votesKenshin, Kendo UI Team responded
Thanks for the suggestion. We’ll monitor the interest in “pure” Java wrappers, although presently we don’t have plans to introduce such.
<kendo:grid-filterable-operators-enums neq="Is NOT equal to:" eq="Is equal to:" />
<kendo:grid-filterable-operators-enums eq="Is equal to:" neq="Is NOT equal to:" />
always gives the same result: neq is always the first element in the filter combobox and eq est the second item.
Would be nice to control display order from the <kendo:grid-filterable-operators-enums /> JSP tag3 votes
Allow generation of kendo:grid columns using JSP tags, such as c:forEach. Currently throws an error as grid:column needs its immediate parent to be a grid:columns tag.1 vote
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