• .NET

    What to Expect in Q2’15 from Telerik Reporting

    Now that the Q1 2015 Service Pack is out, we are in the mainstream of development for Q2 2015. We’ve just updated our roadmap page to let you know what’s already cooking and what you can expect. It’s all based on your feedback so far. In this post, I will highlight a few features.
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Earlier Test Automation without Culture and Process Change Drama

    Many organizations are seeing tremendous benefits in moving to one of the various test-first methodologies such as Test Driven Development (TDD), Behavior Driven Development (BDD) or Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD). Test-first approaches improve team communication effectiveness, dramatically shorten feedback cycles and get testing activities working in parallel with development versus happening after development is complete. While we believe in the value of these methodologies, sometimes teams and organizations aren’t able to fully dive into them for a number of reasons. Regardless, teams can still see tremendous improvements even without wholesale adoption of “formalized” test-first methodologies. This blog post will help you formulate ideas to improve your testing activities and push them earlier, even without adopting a full-up methodology. All testing activities benefit from earlier collaboration with the team; however, functional user interface automation has some specific benefits that come out of early, effective collaboration.
    April 14, 2015
  • .NET Mobile

    Join us for the Telerik Party at //BUILD!

    Telerik invites you to join our party at Build 2015.
  • .NET Mobile

    Telerik ASP.NET AJAX UI Gets Lighter and Even More Mobile-Friendly with Q2 2015

    Read this blog post to learn about the highlights for the upcoming Q2 2015 release of Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX.
    April 09, 2015
  • .NET Testing & ALM

    Master the Essentials of UI Test Automation Series: Chapter Seven

    Final Chapter 7: Improving on Your Success As you move through (or finish!) your first project, you should be looking to get as much feedback as possible. Constant feedback and learning is vital to any organization. It's especially important when you're diving into a brand-new approach to delivering your software...
    April 08, 2015