• .NET Mobile

    Need Accessibility in Your ASP.NET AJAX Apps? You’re Already Covered

    Here at Telerik accessibility support has always been important. We strive to ensure that when you are developing an application with our ASP.NET AJAX controls you can rest easy knowing that they provide compliance with some of the highest standards in the industry. Ease-of-mind and ease-of-implementation, does it get any better? :) Let’s take a look at just how we are making your applications more accessible. Accessibility Guidelines For a while now Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX controls have been in compliance with the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0/2.0 (say that a few times fast!). These guidelines set standards for applications providing accessible content by...
    October 06, 2011
  • .NET Mobile

    Getting Touch Support in Your ASP.NET AJAX Apps Now

    We here at Telerik always strive to help you deliver applications leveraging the latest and greatest industry trends from the moment that they are released. With touch-enabled devices gaining more popularity by each passing day, we surely don’t want you to miss out on the opportunity to build applications leveraging this exciting technology. Android, iOS and now even Windows 8 devices – they all use touch as their primary way of interaction. Some of you might even be reading this very post with one of these devices! What about your favorite set of ASP.NET AJAX controls? Tap and touch are...
    September 29, 2011
  • .NET Mobile

    AJAX Series Part 3: Advanced Techniques – Performance, Theming, Cloud Deployment

    The third, and final, episode of the ASP.NET AJAX webinar series took place yesterday. Much like with the first to webinars I wanted to make sure that I followed the webinar with a blog post containing all of the questions asked during the presentation, as well as a link to all of the recorded webinars. You can find a list of the questions asked below, and as always if your exact question is not found here then it’s due to a duplicate (or very similar) question. Q&A Can the RadAjaxManager support partial post back that appends new controls to the page? ...
  • .NET Mobile

    AJAX Series Part 2: Moving to the Client – Using jQuery and OData with Third-party Controls

    Part two of the webinar series occurred yesterday and, just like with the first one, I wanted to follow up with a blog post answering all of the questions that came up. I also wanted to thank everyone that attended, you guys were great and were very attentive (as I saw after reading the chat logs regarding my initial Eval statement!). Your exact question might not be included here, but that’s just due to a duplicate (or very similar) question. You can find all the answers to the questions below: Will this code be made available for download the webinar? ...
  • .NET Mobile

    AJAX Series Part 1: Building a Web Applications with Third-party Controls in Real Time

    First of all, I want to thank everyone that joined us for the first part of this ASP.NET AJAX Webinar Series! There was a great turnout, and from the look of the comments you guys enjoyed the material as well! Keep in mind that next Tuesday, August 23rd, the second part of the series takes place at 11 AM EST (-5 UCT) so set up your reminders now :) As mentioned during the webinar I wanted to follow up with a blog post containing the answers to all of the questions that popped up during the presentation. If your exact question...