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Adding the “Pinch-to-zoom” feature to your pictures with RadSlideView for Windows Phone
We are most excited to announce the immediate availability of our Q3 2011 Service Pack 1 release of RadControls for Windows Phone. Together with all the bug fixes and improvements, we also managed to add several cool new features in our controls. LiveTileHelper, Date/Time pickers Step property, Radar charts and financial indicators as well as the much requested pinch-to-zoom functionality for RadSlideView showing pictures. The pinch-to-zoom gesture is well known and most of the users are familiar with it. More, people will expect it from any application that displays pictures in a gallery. Well, no need to implement your own gesture handling; it is all...
December 22, 2011
Building Stock charts with RadChart for Windows Phone
Download the demo Visualizing financial data with RadChart for Windows Phone, part of RadControls for Windows Phone, has never been easier. As of the Q3 2011 release, the control adds two of the most popular financial series – Candlestick and Stick (or OHLC as we call it) to its broad range of different visualizations. In this post I will explain how easy it is to setup a chart that visualizes some financial data. The more interesting topics covered are: Reading data from a file and creating view models Setting-up and styling a RadCartesianChart instance Adding chart interactivity The view model The data points created by a CandleStickSeries...
December 08, 2011
Building a Picture Browser app for Windows Phone using RadSlideView and RadDataBoundListBox
One of the fresh new add-ons for the official Q3 2011 release of RadControls for Windows Phone is RadSlideView. The control provides smooth and slick user experience allowing for navigating a sequence of content items slide-by-slide. The control is also fully aware of orientation changes and the items are resized and re-arranged accordingly to the current orientation. In this post I want to demonstrate how easy it is to build a simple picture-browser application based on our RadDataBoundListBox and RadSlideView controls. Download Demo What’s more interesting in the demo: Simulating Wrap Layout with RadDataBoundListBox Building a custom control to be used for image holder Using RadSlideView with SlideViewPictureSource App architecture It is...
November 28, 2011
RadControls for Windows Phone Q3 2011 – new SlideView, Auto-Complete plus more
Q3 2011 release is a major milestone for our RadControls for Windows Phone suite. We at Telerik are always doing our best trying to deliver more than expected. And Q3 2011 is not an exception. Along with all the great new stuff that made it for the Q3 2011 BETA, we added three fresh new controls for the official release, believing that our users will love them. These are: RadSlideView- BETA The control provides smooth and slick user experience that allows a sequence of user-defined content items to be viewed slide by slide. It may enter two different view modes – full screen, displaying...
November 16, 2011
Telerik Windows Phone controls Q3 2011 Beta - New Context Menu, Chart Financial Series plus more
It has been a really dynamic quarter – the new Mango update of the OS is officially out introducing plenty of awesome new features, Nokia World has just started and the first Nokia Windows Phone device has been announced. No argument exciting moments for the entire Windows Phone ecosystem and much more to come. In the meantime we are working hard to continue enriching our suite and to make a developer's life easier, especially when the whole new Nokia realm is now alive – we are happy to announce the Q3 2011 BETA release of RadControls for Windows Phone. An important thing...
October 27, 2011
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