• .NET Mobile

    RadTips, Episode 8: Customizing the RadScheduler with Templates

    October 09, 2008 Share
    Welcome back to another episode of RadTips, a series of episodes 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 RadControl feature: 1 - Client-Side Data Binding in the RadGrid 2 - Client-Side Paging in the RadGrid 3 - Client-Side Sorting in the RadGrid 4 - Client-Side Filtering in the RadGrid 5 - Getting Started with the RadScheduler 6 - Using the LinqDataSource in your RadGrid ...
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    AJAX >> Using AJAX to load a usercontrol that requires a custom css file

    October 03, 2008 Share
    Summary The technique demonstrates how to transform a non-AJAX scenario which adds a CSS <link> tag to the head of the page to work with AJAX, using a client-side javascript function to register the  <link>. Using AJAX in an application is probably the standard now. Partial page rendering offers a number of benefits such as increased page responsiveness, as well as close-to-desktop experience using AJAX-based toolkits such as RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX. However, adding UpdatePanels to the page and expecting that all of your “postback” logic will continue to function without changes is only true for simple scenarios. There are many more advanced...
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    RadMenu for ASP.NET Ajax - Working with disabled JavaScript

    October 02, 2008 Share
    As you may know accessibility standards require a web page to work when JavaScript is disabled. In this blog post I will show you how to make RadMenu work even without JavaScript. I will also show how to make JAWS reader "see" all items rendered by RadMenu (even the hidden ones). Disabling JavaScript First we need to find a way to disable JavaScript in our browser of choice. For FireFox you need to install the web developer toolbar plugin. Then you can easily use the "Disable JavaScript" option: In Internet Explorer you should first edit the security settings for the zone in which your...
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    RadComboBox + jQuery

    October 01, 2008 Share
    Do you think that RadComboBox animations are boring? We can spice them up with a little  help from jQuery. Let's make the dropdown fade for example - This can be done very easily using the fadeIn, fadeTo and fadeOut jQuery methods. You can download a sample project for more details. We can also animate the text of the items. All you need  to do is to animate the padding-left css attribute of the item's DOM element. The following script shows how the text can be moved when you hover over the item: $('.rcbItem') .mouseover(function(){          $(this).stop().animate({paddingLeft:"54px"}, {duration:500}); }) .mouseout(function(){          $(this).animate({paddingLeft:"4px"}, {duration:500}); })
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    RadTreeView for ASP.NET Ajax - Binding to LinqDataSource

    October 01, 2008 Share
    Since the Q2 2008 SP1 release RadTreeView, RadMenu, RadPanelBar and RadTabStrip support hierarchical databinding to the LinqDataSource control. In this blog post I will demonstrate how to do this with RadTreeView (the steps are identical for the aforementioned controls). Create a new Web Site in Visual Studio 2008 and copy the Northwind database in your App_Data folder Add a new "Linq to SQL classes" item named "Northwind.dbml"