• .NET Mobile

    Common RadWindow issues and their solution

    The RadWindow control is part of the Telerik’s RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX suite and is intended to replace the standard browser’s popup (window.open()). Since the control is based on an IFRAME, it behaves just like one – basically, whatever can be done with an IFRAME, can be achieved with RadWindow as well. This fact is useful when you investigate a reason for some problem related to the RadWindow control. Just replace the RadWindow with a standard IFRAME or browser’s popup and see how your application will behave in this case. If the problem still exists, then it is not related to the...
  • .NET Mobile

    Meet the Visual Style Builder CTP

    It's alive. Before anything else, it's a preview, so it may burn you. You've been warned! Colorization Surprise, surprise! I hope you didn't see that one coming. I've had a hard time keeping the secret... Every color that you may desire. By moving a humble slider that rotates the color wheel. Simple as that. And if you don't know what you're looking for, there's a "surprise me!" "randomize" button, just to make your life easier.
  • .NET Mobile

    Executing JavaScript function from server-side code

    This is a pretty common scenario when working with WebForms. There are many ways to achieve the desired result, but they have one thing in common – you should make sure that the controls are fully loaded in the page before trying to get a reference to them and use them in your JavaScript code. In ASP.NET it is pretty straightforward to do that. For example you could use a label: ASPX <head runat="server">     <title>Untitled Page</title>     <script type="text/javascript">     function calledFn()     {         alert("code fired");      }     </script> </head> <body>     <form id="form1" runat="server">         <asp:Button ID="Button1" runat="server" Text="Run JavaScript Code" OnClick="Button1_Click" />         <asp:Label ID="Label1" runat="server"></asp:Label>    ...
  • .NET Mobile

    A new series of blog posts coming up

    Hi all,   Telerik’s support is always focused at satisfying customer needs – if you have used our controls for some time now, I guess you have already found that out. If you have just started getting familiar with our products – give us a try ;)   Our support services however, being targeted on our products only, cannot provide you with custom solutions, although we try to help as much as possible. That is why we decided to start a new series of blog posts aimed at different aspects of ASP.NET development. The content is gathered from various newsgroups, blog posts, tutorials in...
    December 19, 2008
  • .NET Mobile

    Using ReportViewer in RadWindow

    Several days ago, a customer of ours had an interesting issue with RadWindow and Telerik Reporting. The idea was to show a ReportViewer in a RadWindow while the RadWindow automatically resizes itself to fit the dimensions of the content page. I thought this would be a nice example to have, therefore I have created a small sample based on this task and filmed it. I hope it will be of help for the community :) Generally speaking, the steps that must be taken in such scenario are: Create a new web site with RadWindow and set up the database (in the...
    November 22, 2007