• .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    jQuery Context Overload

    I'm sure most of you can relate to that feeling you get when you learn about something that you're pretty sure everyone else already knows about. Something fundamental. I remember when I learned that I could test for nullable integers in C# by using hasValue. Or when I first learned that you could use array notation in JavaScript to dynamically access properties and methods. Sometimes we don't talk about these things. We sort of just look around to make sure no one was watching when we were the last to find out.
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    Making A ListView Timeline

    The timeline has become a ubiquitous part of our user experience. It started with Facebook and Twitter, and now Pinterest and the Google+ interface have given us a new take on the same concept: display a list of items to the user. As they scroll down the page, add in the next batch of items. Sometimes those new items are added automatically (ala "endless scrolling"), and often there is a "push to load more" button, like in Instagram's new website.
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    Bower FTW

    If you haven't yet heard about Bower, it is essentially a node module built by Twitter and is billed as a "package manager for the web". It's dead simple, and that's the reason you are going to love it.
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    Kendo UI At Google IO

    This week, some of us at Telerik are attending Google I/O in San Francisco. We're not just attending though, we've been invited into the Sandbox for the second year in a row to show off some of the really amazing things that the engineering team has been doing both with HTML5, and Mobile. This includes not just Kendo UI, which has become a world class framework for HTML5 web and mobile development, but also the brand new Icenium platform for seamlessly building cross-platform mobile applications built on Cordova.
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    RequireJS Fundamentals

    If you have been following JavaScript development, you might have seen a lot of posts on modules. It's a hot topic in JavaScript and it's easy to jump on a bandwagon. The truth is that the problem that needs to be solved is very fundamental to the success of your code.