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    About RadTreeView for WinForms and its Supercharged engine

    February 06, 2012 Share
    In Q1 2011 we introduced a highly improved version of the RadTreeView control which had all of its internal parts rebuilt in order to support full UI virtualization and customization. This allowed us to attach a new data engine that provided many new and useful features such as built-in filtering and sorting independent from the external data-sources, and support for CRUD operations. For Q3 2011 and Q3 2011 SP1 we made additional improvements to our data engine and in the synchronization between the UI and the data layers. Now, there are two questions which we have been asked lately: “Is the new RadTreeView...
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    RadControls for WinForms Q1 2012 Roadmap Revealed

    2012 is already here and it is time to look forward to the first major release for this year – Q1 2012. As always, this release will be full of great new features that will make your applications even more professional. These features will be no surprise to anyone, just take a look at some of the most voted features in our Public Issue Tracker:   In order of appearance in the list, the features that we plan to introduce in Q1 2012 are: - Printing support for RadScheduler and RadGridView. This feature will allow you to directly pass your RadScheduler/RadGridView instance to the...
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    Service Pack 1 of RadControls for WinForms Q3 2011 now available

    December 21, 2011 Share
    We could not stop ourselves from serving you yet another portion of great new features, improvements and fixes, so we decided that it is time for a Service Pack. The interest that we received for our RadPanorama control, multi-touch support and the other new cool bits of the suite naturally made the suite even cooler for this Service Pack. Here are the highlights for this release: RadScheduler built-in multi-touch behavior. Now your end-user can switch between views or navigate in a view by a multi-touch operation Improved RadPanorama design-time support. Playing with tiles has never been more fun. With the specifically designed Live Tile Editor...
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    The Ultimate Scheduler Touch Experience for WinForms

    December 07, 2011 Share
    ‘Touch’ is everywhere around us. We use it daily in our lives thanks to the touch-enabled devices – mobile phones, tables, kiosk stations. Touch navigation just feels more natural and pleasant to the end-user than using some kind of a pointing device, such as a mouse or a track-ball. Today, we are going to reveal what you can expect from RadScheduler for WinForms in the context of the touch support. The improvements described here will be introduced in Q2 2011 SP1, and will greatly enhance the end-user experience of you applications on Windows 7 and Windows 8 touch devices.   Switching between...
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    Bringing Windows 8 UI to Windows 7 with RadPanorama for WinForms. Today.

    November 29, 2011 Share
    Or how to uncover the touch horizons for your applications. The once unnamed RadPanorama control is here to make your Windows Forms applications rock! Together with the Touch API we have introduced in our previous blog, it brings the full power of touch-optimized applications to your Windows 7 users. If you have not heard anything about RadPanorama before, let us introduce it with a few words. Basically, this new control allows you to represent a small amount of data in the form of tiles that the end-user is able to smoothly scroll left or right with a gesture, just like in Win8, and...