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    jQuery UK

    Kendo UI at the 2013 edition of the jQuery event in Oxford, UK.
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    FITC Amsterdam

    The FITC Amsterdam conference took place in the beautiful city of Amsterdam on the 18th and 19th of February 2013.
  • .NET Mobile

    Visual Style Builder now supports Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC

    The Visual Style Builder for ASP.NET is now compatible with the shiny MVC extensions. The generated CSS code got a bit smaller, too. In order to celebrate this, I give you the lovely PinkPanther skin, for your visual pleasure.
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    Using Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC within an ASP.NET WebForms application

    If you really, really like the new and shiny extensions, you can use them in your WebForms application, too! Here are the needed steps: Add references to the following assemblies: System.Web.Abstractions System.Web.Routing System.Web.Mvc Telerik.Web.Mvc The first three are usually in the GAC. Copy the Content and Scripts folders from the extensions’ distribution into your project. The pages which will contain the MVC components will need to inherit System.Web.Mvc.ViewPage. Also, you should mock an MVC environment, like this: protected class ControllerMock : Controller { public ControllerMock(NameValueCollection queryString) { foreach (string param in queryString.Keys) ...
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    Using T4MVC strongly-typed helpers with Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC

        If you want fast and strongly-typed access to your controller actions, the T4 helpers by David Ebbo are a real treasure. Since we couldn’t provide an support for them out-of the box (after all, the helper classes are generated), here is a small extension method that allows their usage as shown in the screenshot above.   using System.Web.Mvc; using Telerik.Web.Mvc; using Telerik.Web.Mvc.Infrastructure; using Telerik.Web.Mvc.UI; public static class NavigationItemBuilderExtensions { public static NavigationItemBuilder<TItem, TBuilder> Action<TItem, TBuilder> (this NavigationItemBuilder<TItem, TBuilder> instance, ActionResult action) where TItem : NavigationItem<TItem> where TBuilder : NavigationItemBuilder<TItem , TBuilder>, IHideObjectMembers { ...