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    Paying Homage to the RadRotator for ASP.NET

    January 22, 2009 Share
    The RadRotator is a control that is easily overlooked in the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX suite. It is not one of the more compelling controls like the RadGrid or the RadEditor, but it certainly provides a key set of functionality that is important in order for Telerik to claim that our suite is the most complete ASP.NET AJAX suite on the market. I’d like to take some time to show you what we have done to make the RadRotator a control that makes it easy for you, dear developer, to add rich functionality to your web applications. Overview The RadRotator for ASP.NET AJAX is...
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    RadTips, Episode 11: Customizing the Look of the RadAjaxLoadingPanel for ASP.NET AJAX

    January 20, 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... Using the LinqDataSource in your RadGrid for ASP.NET AJAX  Customizing Appointments with Resources in the RadScheduler for ASP.NET AJAX  Customizing Templates in the RadScheduler for ASP.NET AJAX  Spell-Checking with the RadSpell for ASP.NET AJAX Add an 'Export to PDF' Button to the RadEditor for ASP.NET AJAX If you’re...
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    RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX are now compatible with DotNetNuke 5.0.0

    January 20, 2009 Share
    At the very end of 2008, the DotNetNuke Corporation released a new major version of their web application framework - DNN 5.0.0. Our modules and skinobject PAs were not compatible with the new release because of a change in DotNetNuke's handling of files and subfolders in the PA archive. With the new RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX service pack release (2008.3.1314), we updated our DNN resources to be compatible with the 5.0.0 installer. The new build of the RadControls modules and skinobjects for DotNetNuke can be used in version 5 and 4 as well. If you find an issue with the...
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    RadComboBox and ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 Preview – using client-side templates and webservice load on demand

    January 15, 2009 Share
    Edit: The following content applies to ASP.NET Ajax 4.0 Preview 4. Download the project that uses the latest MS Ajax 4.0 Preview 6 from Here Many of you have asked us, the ASP.NET support officers, whether RadComboBox supports templates when bound to WebService. Using the latest official .NET Framework (3.5) the answer was ‘no’. Fortunately, this is possible with the client-side templates introduced in the next version of the .NET Framework – 4.0. Currently it is in a Preview stage and you can find its roadmap here.  We have already demonstrated how to use the new client-side templates in RadTreeView and RadGrid.
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    How do I pause execution in JavaScript?

    December 19, 2008 Share
    The current article is taken from javascript.faqts Contributors: ha mo, Daniel LaLiberte, Brent Boyer, Martin Honnen, mercury rising,   There is no true wait, sleep, or similar function in either the core JavaScript language or in client side JavaScript. Client side JavaScript however provides     setTimeout('js code here', delayInMilliseconds) which allows you to schedule execution of piece of script and setInterval('js code here', intervalInMilliseconds) which allows you to periodically execute a piece of script. So if you wanted (pseudo code) statement1;  wait (someDelay);  statement2;  you would stuff the code into functions: function statement1 () {      // your code here  }  function statement2 () {      // your code here  }    and call statement1();  setTimeout('statement2()', someDelay);      If you wanted (pseudo...