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Migrating from Telerik
This page demonstrates quick steps to migrate Telerik AppBuilder project into Monaca using the Monaca CLI. After finishing this guide, you are able to run, test, debug and build an app of your Telerik project using Monaca.

Preparations

Use the Telerik tool to convert your project to the Cordova CLI. This will convert your project into a Cordova project. Then, zip your project.

Importing a project to the Monaca Cloud IDE

    1.
    From the Monaca Dashboard, select Import and then Upload Project Package:
2. Browse your project ZIP file.
3. Input Project Name and Description and click Import Project to import the project into Monaca.
4. Click Open in Cloud IDE to open your project in the Monaca Cloud IDE.
5. When the IDE opens, you can view your app in the preview window by clicking the
button and choosing New Previewer.
The views or operations in the preview window might not work properly when Ajax requests or Cordova APIs are used. Read more on previewer limitations. In this case, you can test and debug your project with the Monaca Debugger (see the next section).

Debugging with Monaca

Monaca Debugger is an application for testing and debugging your Monaca apps on real devices in real time. When developing Monaca apps on your local PC, all changes you make to the project files reflect in the Monaca Debugger as soon as you save the changes.
Let's get started with the Monaca Debugger as follows:
    1.
    Install the Monaca Debugger app on your device from Google Play or AppStore.
If you want to install Monaca Debugger on Android emulator, please refer to Monaca Debugger for Android Emulator.
2. Launch the Monaca Debugger app and sign in with your Monaca account. Make sure you are using the same account as for the Monaca Cloud IDE.
3. To run a project, simply tap on the project name in the Monaca Debugger or click Run on Device in Monaca Cloud IDE.
4. Your project should now be running in the debugger. Go ahead and try out your application. After that, try making some code changes and save them. You should see the changes reflected in the debugger.
To stop debugging and unpair the debugger and the PC, press Ctrl+c.

Building the app

After learning how to debug your app, let’s start building it. For simplicity, we only show how to create a debug build for Android in this guide.
    1.
    From the Monaca Cloud IDE, go to Build → Build App for Android.
    2.
    The debug build is selected by default. Click Start Build.
3. It may take several minutes to complete the build. The following screen will open after the build is successfully completed. Then, you can choose the way to install the app in your device.

Where to go from here

To learn more about Monaca, please refer to the following materials:
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