The client-side errors that are displayed in your browser's console may be caused by the fact that jQuery and jQuery UI libraries are already registered on your web page. So, would you please clarify whether you register these script libraries on your master web page?
When the automatic registration of the "ThirdParty" and "DevExtreme" libraries is enabled in your web.config file, our code tries to register the libraries (that are listed in the Document Viewer Requirements article) on the web page. In case the jQuery, and jQuery UI libraries are registered on your web page manually, your web page will end up with these libraries registered twice, which will break the client-side code.
In your case, if you wish to register the jQuery and jQuery UI libraries manually, it is necessary to disable the automatic libraries registration in the web.config file and manually register all the client-side libraries on the web page. This approach is demonstrated in the Manual Integration part of the Why doesn't the HTML5/JS based component work and client-side errors are thrown article, where a similar issue was already discussed.