• .NET Mobile

    How to download the Telerik Cloud controls

    In case you haven’t heard, a week ago we released the first ever cloud-powered controls for Windows Phone. The purpose of these controls is to help you take your app to the cloud as quickly and as painlessly as possible. Some of our customers shared that they find it difficult to discover and download the controls from the “Your Account” section...
  • .NET Mobile

    Announcing RadControls for Windows Phone Q1 2013 SP1: Improved Chart, Calendar Enhancements and Much More

    It’s been a while since we had our official Q1 2013 release and what a better way to show you what we've been working on than a Service Pack. Q1 2013 SP1 comes as a milestone in the development of our Chart control as it introduces a ton of new functionality (multiple axes, empty values, annotations etc.). In addition, Calendar now supports different date formats and can display the date in different calendars such as Hebrew, Hijri and many others. And finally, we've improved the integration between the DataBoundListBox and the Expander even further.
  • .NET

    Introducing Telerik Color Editor for Silverlight and WPF

    November 29, 2011 Share
    We are proud to introduce the newest member of the Telerik XAML family - the Color Editor. With its powerful color selection mechanism, the Color Editor allows an intuitive way of picking your desired color. The Color Editor provides support for few of the major color modes - RGB, HSV, HLS and CMYK. In addition, the Color Editor allows you to edit each individual channel of the above mentioned color models. Let's begin with the most basic declaration of the Color Editor in XAML. <telerik:RadColorEditor Height="220" Width="400" /> By changing the value in the color mode drop-down you can control which color model is currently active. As mentioned...
  • .NET

    ToolTip Support for RadSlider for Silverlight

    Recently there was a feature request for out-of-the-box support for a ToolTip while dragging any of RadSlider's thumbs. Since we don't provide one yet we decided to check whether it is possible to accomplish this scenario with the current implementation of RadSlider. It turned out that it was actually quite trivial. Few attached properties, a little bit of knowledge about tooltips in Silverlight and voila! Below is the class that does all the magic. It is pretty self explanatory. public class SliderToolTipExtensions : DependencyObject {     private static string SingleThumbName = "SingleThumbHost";     private static string RangeStartThumb = "RangeStartThumb";     private static string RangeEndThumb = "RangeEndThumb";       private static string ValuePropertyPath = "Value";     private static string SelectionStartPropertyPath =...
  • .NET

    Just Another Way to Visualize Your Data Using RadTreeView for Silverlight

    For the past couple of days I've been playing with the way RadTreeView renders its items. To be honest, I wasn't looking for any particular outcome. I was doing it just for fun, hoping that something interesting might come out. And it did. I ended up with something quite interesting and it would be a shame not to share it. Bellow are few screenshots which show the TreeView from its initial state to the point where its deepest item is expanded. Note: I do lack certain designer skills :) The TreeView is bound to an XML data source which has the following...