from the ground up to be lightweight, responsive, modular and touch friendly.
It is written in TypeScript and has no external dependences. It also includes
complete support for Angular.
The best way to get started would be to read the "Getting Started"
section of the documentation for the component that you would like to start
using first. The "Getting Started" guide gives just enough information
that you need to know before starting to write code. This is the only section
that we recommend reading end-to-end before starting to write code, all
other information can be referred as needed.
Now that you are familiar with the basics of using the component, the
next step would be to start integrating the component into your application.
A good starting point would be to refer to the code snippets in the online sample browser
which contains hundreds of code
samples, it is very likely that you will find a code sample that resembles
your intended usage scenario.
Another valuable resource is the API reference which provides detailed
information on the object hierarchy as well as the settings available on