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How to Migrate from StyleManager to Implicit Styles
Learn how to easily migrate your WPF and Silverlight projects to Implicit Styles, giving you a more natural and leaner method of theming your applications.
July 14, 2017
Bring Office 2016 Inspired Style to Your App with UI for WPF
UI for WPF now brings a new Office 2016 look to some of our most sophisticated controls, giving you a sleek and modern look that is highly customizable.
May 11, 2016
Introducing Dynamic Fonts with Office2013 and VisualStudio2013 Themes in Telerik UI for WPF and Silverlight
Almost two years ago, we introduced dynamic FontSize and FontFamily with our Metro themes (Windows8 and Windows8Touch) by using custom markup extensions technique. Based on the success of this approach, we are happy to announce that with Q1 2015 our latest themes, Office2013 and VisualStudio2013, now support dynamic FontSize and FontFamily.
February 25, 2015
RadMap for Silverlight – How To Consume Tiles from Local Server
Currently RadMap supports three built-in map providers: Bing Maps, Open Street Maps and Empty provider. The empty provider does not show any map tiles. It just provides spatial reference (projection) for other operations (i.e. KML or ESRI shape files). The Bing Maps and Open Street Map providers read their tile images from internet. Of course a browser can use these images from its cache, but the Bing Maps provider requires internet connection because it uses a WCF service to get URLs of the tile images. It is a common scenario that the map...
September 27, 2011
Create Blood Pressure Chart with RadChart for Silverlight
This blog post will demonstrate how to achieve blood pressure graph visualization with the use of a RangeBar Chart type. Blood pressure is measured as two separate values - systolic (maximum) and diastolic (minimum). A common way to visualize these measures is a vertical bar with an arrow pointing the systolic (maximum) and an up arrow for the diastolic (minimum) respectively. It is measured several times over a period, as it’s important (from a clinical standpoint) to track any change in the values. For the purpose the default RangeBar’s Style is retemplated. The Width of the Bars (“PART_DefiningGeometry”) is reduced so that...
September 14, 2011
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