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The following tips will help you get the best from the Radzen community.
- Search the forum before starting a thread. There is a good chance you will find a similar question that is already answered.
- Start a topic in the right category. If you are using Radzen (the RAD tool) use either Radzen IDE (Blazor Server-side), Radzen IDE (Blazor WebAssembly) or Radzen IDE (Angular). If you use the Radzen.Blazor component library then start a thread in the Radzen.Blazor Components category.
- Provide as many details as possible. Screenshots, videos and code snippets do miracles and help the community members understand the problem at hand.
- Format your code snippets. This forum supports Markdown - similar to StackOverflow which you may have already used. Just wrap the code in ``` (three backticks) block:
``` code ```
- Do not demand answers. Instead see if you can improve your question - by providing a replication, adding more screenshots or just wording it better.
- Avoid duplicate threads. Instead refine your existing one.
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Now a list of things that new community members often ask.
Yes, the Radzen Blazor components are open source (MIT license). Here is the Github repository: GitHub - radzenhq/radzen-blazor: The home of the Radzen Blazor components..
Yes you can! Just make sure you check the license.
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The Radzen team does not offer consulting services. You can open a thread in the Jobs category - there are members of the community who will help you gladly.
The Radzen team does not immediately schedule feature requests for implementation (unless formally acknowledged by a team member). It depends on what our pipeline currently has, the impact of the feature (how many users will benefit from it) and the ROI (return of investment). As a rule of thumb check the roadmap often to see if the requested feature has been listed there. Having a subscription greatly increases the chance of your feature request to be implemented.
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Check the tips section for helpful info how to improve your post and increase the chance of getting an answer.