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RadControls for Silverlight Demo with ADO.NET Data Services
Yesterday I wrote about how to databind RadTreeView for Silverlight to ADO.NET Data Service and use Load on Demand. The simple application from yesterday was upgraded to a small back-end application for the Northwind database, that allows editing and deleting products. This time I decided to give it to one of our designers and our new Silverlight front end developer and they implemented this slick design: The application is available online: http://demos.telerik.com/silverlight/northwindbackend/Default.aspx The source code can be downloaded from here: NorthwindBackend.zip In addition to yesterday's application, NorthwindBackend has extended data source, that provides simple undo mechanism and ability to update and delete products...
October 09, 2008
Adding Mouse Wheel support in Silverlight. The easy way.
July 24, 2008
RadWindow for Silverlight
My first post for the Telerik blog community is already here. After I have been part of the Silverlight team for a while, I learned that there are two ways you can get noticed here. Either you blog about some of the most interesting and top-notch stuff happening around, or you post some funny stuff on the internal newsgroups of the company. OK, I hope this post won’t make it for the newsgroups. So lets get to the point, as our CTP2 release is underway, I am pleased to introduce one of the new controls included in the pack...
July 09, 2008
Increasing the compression ratio of the XAP files
Today I was hacking around with a Silverlight application and decided to check if it is possible to recompress its XAP file in order to save some bytes. As you might already know, the XAP files are just renamed ZIP files and you can open and view their contents with almost any archiver. I created a simple batch file that extracts an archive to a temp folder, deletes it and then compresses the extracted files into a new archive with the same name as the original (I am using the open source archiver 7-Zip, which was installed in its default location): @if...
May 13, 2008
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