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    Your Questions Answered - Q & A From the Q2 2012 What's New Webinar

    So last week I hosted the "What's New in Q2 2012 for ASP.NET AJAX and MVC" webinar. Throughout the entire show you, the attendees, had full access to asking me questions - and boy did you ask questions! I managed to summarize the questions in to the most common ones, or group certain ones in to a more generic question to cover multiple questions at the same time. Below you will find all of these aggregated questions, with some hopefully decent answers from yours truly ;) As always, if you do not see your exact question chances are it is...
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    A Quick Look at the Q2 2012 Release of the Telerik Extensions for ASPNET MVC

    How time flies! Seems like just yesterday we were rolling out with a fresh new release of the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC, but here we are ready to go with the next iteration. As always with a new release we want to do a quick highlight of what is new in the product suite, so get excited everyone – here’s the latest news on the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC. Platform Support We’ve added quite a lot of new things in the way of support to this release. First of all we have the highly anticipated support of the latest IDE...
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    Kendo UI for ASP.NET MVC and the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC

    With today’s introduction of the ASP.NET MVC wrappers for Kendo UI, or Kendo UI for ASP.NET MVC as they’re officially called, many questions are sure to arise about their relationship to the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC. While the FAQs on KendoUI.com noted our plans for ASP.NET MVC from the outset, today’s release brings more clarity to our long-term plans. In this blog post, I’m going to explain how the release of Kendo UI for ASP.NET MVC impacts the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC. Note: If you’d like to know more about Kendo UI for ASP.NET MVC beta, please read this blog...
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    Quick Tips on Troubleshooting Your Web Pages – Element Inspector and Network Resources

    When I first started out developing web pages back in the day there barely were any tools for development outside of the IDEs that were offered, which weren’t too much to write home about anyways. While some might say that web pages that were manly cluttered with animated GIFs and content related to Warcraft 1 & 2 and Diablo 1 (tells you a lot about my child hood ;)) is not considered much of a web development project, I still say it is (or was) :D. Either way, you wrote your HTML, CSS (fairly new too) and JavaScript and hoped...
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    Another Awesome VS11 Feature - WAI-ARIA Support

    Taking a Step Back – What is Accessibility? Accessibility is always  a large concern when creating applications. Whether these are meant for the web, desktop machines, or even mobile devices, accessibility is a huge factor. I have often run into scenarios where developers are not even aware of accessibility concerns, or decide to leave it as one of those “oh, I’ll get to it later” tasks on their TODO list. Some of you might even be asking yourself what accessibility actually is. Well, when I talk about accessibility I’m referring to the ability for your application to function for people with...