• .NET

    Visual Studio island in Second Life

    It looks like Microsoft is investing in Second Life and soon several events will take place on the Visual Studio island they're building.This news isn't sensational but I like the idea.A...

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    RadControls for Silverlight June CTP. Registration now open!

    You can now register for the CTP release of our Silverlight controls and you'll soon receive an e-mail with instructions about where you can download the installation. The controls are using Silverlight 1.0 so all you need to have installed is the Silverlight 1.0 plugin and Visual Studio 2005 or Visual Studio Orcas Beta 1.We've added a MediaPlayer control to the set of controls with which you may have already got acquainted from our online examples.Some of the cool features of the MediaPlayer control which you also may find intriguing are:- Coming with three predefined themes: Telerik, Vista and Simple- Support for...

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    Who says the web can't be interactive?

    Three days ago we made the biggest release so far in the history of Telerik. It was a very exciting moment for everyone on our team for a number of reasons: We released a whole new suite for ASP.NET AJAX (having the pompous codename "Prometheus"). We released three major new controls for our WinForms suite - Grid, Treeview and Chart. We released the first version of Telerik Reporting, our new report generation engine. We offered as a download a 550+ page self-paced tutorial for our controls, the first such major learning tool We released everything on time You know that our slogan says "Deliver more than expected" and we...

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    WPF - What Products Follow?

    Since we released the first version of our Windows Forms UI controls we've received quite a lot of questions about our plans for WPF. Basically the questions revolve around the following: - Is Telerik going to offer products for WPF? - When will they be public? - What controls will be included? Most of you probably know the answer to the first question and is an unequivocal “Yes”! Even though there are some misconceptions that WPF is good only for displaying cool things on the sides of a rotating cube, we believe that even in its current form it offers a lot to build upon....

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    Telerik WinForms controls are finalists at the Jolt Awards

    January 23, 2007 Share
    The finalists for the 2007 Jolt Product Excellence Awards have been announced and our radControls for WinForms are amongst the finalists under the "Libraries, Frameworks and Components" category. Frankly, this is equally pleasing as well as surprising and let me tell you why. There is no doubt that we find this achievement to be a great recognition for our work. For one, the radControls for WinForms suite has been available to the public for slightly over three months and despite being in infant stage, our WinForms suite has proven to be ripe enough for development and production use. Certainly the appreciation shown...