• .NET

    R3 2016 Brings New Improvements to UI for WPF, Silverlight

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    New features like a 3D Chart, PasswordBox and new Office 2016 theme are just part of the latest additions to UI for WPF that are now available with the R3 2016 version of the suite. This release includes a lot of improvements and great new features in UI for Silverlight as well.
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    R2 2016 Service Pack for UI for WPF and Silverlight is Out

    Added features and bug fixes account for the bulk of the 130 improvements we made to Telerik UI for WPF and Silverlight in the latest service pack. Read on to find out more.
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    R2 2016 Delivers Top Requested Features for UI for WPF

    Your top requested features are here in the latest release of Telerik UI for WPF/Silverlight, including new components and a sample application.
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    Complete Office Inspired Apps with Telerik WPF Desktop Alert

    Telerik UI for WPF contains many ​great components that help you build awesome Office-inspired applications as our latest Excel, Word and Outlook -like Visual Studio templates illustrates. Now it is time to meet you with the newest addition to our suite: RadDesktopAlert.
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    Getting Started with GanttView - part 1

    Programming with the new GanttView control As many of you already know with Q1 2012 we introduced a RadGanttView for Silverlight and WPF - a control designed with MVVM-friendly API. In this blog post we will set-up a sample project with RadGanttView to get you started. First, to add RadGanttView to a new or existing application we need to add references to the following assemblies: Telerik.Windows.Controls Telerik.Windows.Controls.GanttView Telerik.Windows.Scheduling.Core Now, let’s add the telerik namespace: xmlns:telerik=http://schemas.telerik.com/2008/xaml/presentation Add add a sample definition of the control: <telerik:RadGanttView/> Here is a screenshot of what you should see after running the project:   Now, we will create a data source in our ViewModel and bind...