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    RadControls for WinForms Step-by-step tutorial: Updated

    As you know, in the latest releases of RadControls for WinForms we introduced a bunch of new cool features and controls. We covered the improvements with documentation articles in our product documentation and we are happy to inform you that we have just finished updating our Step-by-step tutorial as well. Now it exceeds 750 pages (650 in its previous version) and together with the accompanying C#\VB.NET projects it helps you increase your knowledge of RadPropertyGrid ,  RadListView and even  RadRichTextBox which is in Beta. The tutorial is available in PDF and CHM formats and you can download it from the following page: Step-by-step Turotial - RadControls for WinForms
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    RadControls for WinForms Q2 2011 suite is here introducing RichTextBox, PropertyGrid, ListView and a lot more

    We are excited to announce the availability of Q2 2011 – yet another great release full of new controls, improvements and…pleasant surprises. This time the surprise is big! Yes, that’s right, the title of this article does not lie, we are more than happy to introduce RadRichTextBox for WinForms. It comes on top of what we have scheduled for Q2 2011 and we hope that it will fit nicely in your applications. Currently, RadRichTextBox for WinForms is in Beta stage and supports the following features: Bold, Italic, Underline, Strike-through Built-in fonts and font sizes Text color and background Bullet and numbered lists Paragraph...
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    Introducing RadPropertyGrid for WinForms

    Following our WPF and Silverlight suites, it is our pleasure to present you another great member of the Telerik WinForms family – RadPropertyGrid. RadPropertyGrid for WinForms displays the properties of a given object in a user-friendly way allowing the end-user to edit these properties using our editors. Now you can concentrate all the settings in one place instead of scattering them all over your forms. RadPropertyGrid gives the end-user the ability to filter, group and sort its items thanks to our data processing engine. RadPropertyGrid takes full advantage of the virtualization mechanism, so even if you load an object with...
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    RadGridView for WinForms gets an Expression Editor in Q2 2011

    Q2 2011 is approaching and along with the other new controls and features that we are going to provide, we are going to equip RadGridView with an Expression Editor. This powerful editor will allow you to build complex expressions using a simple Domain Specific Language, reminiscent of formulas in many popular spreadsheet applications. It will be supported at both design time and run time.  No matter whether you want to build expressions from scratch or select one of the prebuilt functions, RadExpressionEditor will provide a convenient means to do that. It will contain a selectable list of functions, operators, constants and fields....
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    Meet RadListView for WinForms in Q2 2011

    Among all the goodies that we are going to introduce in Q2 2011, there are two new controls that will surely fit nicely in your applications. The first one is a Visual Studio-like property grid which will allow developers to easily implement advanced interface for editing the properties of their objects. We will reveal more information about this control soon, so stay tuned! The second one is the RadListView – a bindable new control for representing and editing list data with lots of customization abilities. Let’s take a quick tour of what the RadListView has to offer. First of all, RadListView will...