• .NET Mobile

    Client - side events in JavaScript

    February 27, 2009 Share
    Below is a table of the most common client side events in JavaScript. The Table is divided into three columns – the first lists the name of the event. The second contains a short description of the event, and the third lists all page objects, which support the given event.                                          Event Name                Description  Supported by objects  onabort The onabort event occurs when loading of an image is aborted. image onblur The onblur event occurs when an object loses...
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    RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX receive a major face-lift!

    February 23, 2009 Share
    lifting (noun) Face-lifting or face-lift is the plastic surgery for tightening facial tissues and improving the facial appearance. Q1 2009 Beta. RadControls just underwent a serious “surgical” intervention, cutting deep into the skin – removing excess CSS, streamlining look & feel across controls, adding transparent .PNG to replace .GIFs, you name it. For a taste of things to come, here is a link to our new Web Mail demo, and its source. You can also check the screenshots below.   Two complete skins were rolled out for the beta – namely a brand new (and color neutral) Default skin, as well as Vista. Another...
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    Visual Studio 2008: Where is the new ASP.NET Ajax-Enabled Web Site template?

    February 23, 2009 Share
    UPDATE: Visual Studio 2010 does not have the Ajax-Enabled Web Site template as well. It always creates an ajax enabled web sites/applications, so what you need to do is just check if the ScriptManager is on your page. If you use RadControls for ASP.NET Ajax with Visual Studio 2005 you should be familiar with the Add New > ASP.NET Ajax-Enabled Web Site template. This is the option that you often choose in the add New Web Site dialog: Selecting this template gives you two benefits: 1. Your web.config file is automatically configured to use ASP.NET Ajax so you do not have to do anything manually. 2. The default...
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    Web Service binding with RadScheduler for ASP.NET AJAX

    February 20, 2009 Share
    I'm very excited to announce that the Q1 Beta version of RadScheduler features a completely new Web Service binding mode. This is an important milestone in our quest for top performance. In this mode all operations are forwarded to a Web Service for processing using JSON for transport. This completely eliminates the need for postbacks and improves server load and bandwidth usage. The Firebug screenshot below demonstrates a typical RadScheduler session (with primed browser cache) using Web Service binding: The live demo demonstrates how to set-up RadScheduler using Web Service binding. The process is straight-forward and will be even easier after the final release....
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    RadTips, Episode 17: Repositioning the RadAjaxLoadingPanel for ASP.NET AJAX

    February 19, 2009 Share
    I’m happy to announce another episode of RadTips, a series of screencasts offering tips and tricks for using Telerik's RadControls. If you've missed previous episodes, be sure to check them out. Each is only a few minutes long and covers a specific feature of the RadControls. Here is a list of the last few episodes... Sharing Toolbars with the RadEditor for ASP.NET AJAX Using Declarative Client-Side DataBinding in the RadGrid for ASP.NET AJAX, Part 1 Using Declarative Client-Side DataBinding in the RadGrid for ASP.NET AJAX, Part 2 Introducing the RadInputManager for ASP.NET AJAX Manual Ajax Requests Using the RadAjax Client-Side API If you’re interested in these...