The Kendo UI comes with 5 pre-built themes and a theme builder.
Wijmo comes with 6 “premium” themes and the two dozen or so jQuery themes for a total of 30 themes. You can use the jQuey theme roller to build your own custom Wijmo themes.
The Kendo theme builder shows more controls, but the jQuery theme roller gives you more options to modify. Which, depending on your viewpoint, be a plus or a minus.
.Net, Development Asp.Net Mvc, Kendo UI, Telerik, Wijmo
This is the first in a series of posts on comparing Kendo UI and Component One’s Wijmo. One of my current projects calls for using enhanced jQuery based UI controls. My plan is to start simple. Take the basic MVC3 solution template and build a small web application.
The entire application will be focused on the user interface, so the backend pieces will be quick and dirty.
This first post will deal with setting up the solution and converting the menu in the default layout to be either Kendo or Wijmo based.