The Syncfusion ASP.NET MVC controls in the Essential JavaScript 1 library, which are based on jQuery widgets, are no longer under active development. The 2022 Volume 4 is the final release for these controls. We recommend that users migrate to the Syncfusion ASP.NET MVC controls available in the Essential JS 2 library, which has been designed to be lightweight and modular. To learn more, please refer to the documentation and demo for the Syncfusion ASP.NET MVC controls in the Essential JS 2 library.

Welcome to Syncfusion Essential ASP.NET MVC

13 Jun 20232 minutes to read

The Syncfusion Essential Studio for ASP.NET MVC is a set of server-side wrappers that is empowered by Essential JavaScript. The user can add the Syncfusion MVC components into their application with the help of the server-side wrapper helper classes. The MVC helper’s values are passed from the server-side wrapper classes to browser via ScriptManager, the control creation and manipulations takes place in the client-side.

How to best read this User Guide

  • The best way to get started is to read the common “Getting Started” document for the component that you would like to start using first. The “Getting Started” guide gives enough information that you need to know before starting to write code. This is the only section that is recommended to read end-to-end before starting to write code, all the other information can be referred when needed.
  • Once you get familiar with the basics of using the component, the next step will be to start integrating the component into your application. A good starting point will be to refer to the code snippets in the online sample browser that contains hundreds of code samples, it is very likely that you will find a code sample that resembles your intended usage scenario.
  • After integrating the component into your application using one of the sample code snippets as a starting point, it is likely that you would need additional information on specific features and API. The best option will be to search a specific topic using the search box that is available at the top of the user guide.
  • Another valuable resource is the API reference that provides detailed information on the object hierarchy as well as the settings available on every object.

Additional Help Resources

  • The Knowledge Base section contains responses to some of the most common questions that other customers have asked us before. So this will be a good place to search for topics that are not covered in the user guide.
  • Similar to the Knowledge Base, the forum section also contains responses to questions that other customers have asked us before.

Create a Support Incident

If you are still not able to find the information that you are looking for in the self-help resources mentioned above, please contact us by creating a support ticket.