• .NET

    What's new in SP1 of Telerik Reporting Q3 2009

    December 15, 2009 Share
    We are very excited to announce the availability of Telerik Reporting Q3 2009 SP1. Highlights: Full VS2010/.NET4 Support Following Telerik’s relentless pursuit to support the latest technologies, we have bettered Telerik Reporting to support VS2010. The SP1 installer adds all Reporting Items in the VS2010 toolbox, the design-time experience is the same as in VS2005/2008, and full support for the .NETFX 4.0 Client Profile has been added. The Silverlight Viewer gets the much requested parameter support, SSL support, and custom bindings for the Report Service Client. You can also change its skin by using the RadControls for Silverlight themes. We even had time to update...
  • Company News

    New Telerik OpenAccess Data Services Wizard CTP

    December 07, 2009 Share
    We are proud to announce our December CTP of the Telerik OpenAccess Data Services Wizard (formerly known as the WCF Services Wizard). The Data Services Wizard (DSW) allows you to easily create a CRUD data service layer for your application. The DSW does this by using a data access layer already built by OpenAccess and automatically generating the C# code for your endpoints. The types of endpoints you can create are: WCF Data Services (FKA Astoria and also FKA ADO. NET Data Services) Raw WCF endpoints WCF REST Collection endpoints WCF ATOMPub endpoints This version of the Data Service Wizard is very robust; we have made lots of changes based on your...
  • .NET

    Telerik Reporting offers industry’s first built-in Silverlight Viewer

    November 23, 2009 Share
    The Q3 2009 release is now in the past, but the newly introduced features are here to stay. Although the newly introduced JustCode productivity tool stirred quite a bit of excitement at PDC and in our forums, it cannot yet shade the native Silverlight support for reports created with Telerik Reporting. Telerik Reporting Silverlight Viewer Although there are several Silverlight viewer implementations out there, most notably for SQL Reporting Services, there is no reporting product that offers true native support for Silverlight. The Telerik Silverlight Report Viewer is designed to render Telerik Reports within Silverlight projects (see demos). The Silverlight viewer uses the same rendering...
  • Company News

    Using the Telerik OpenAccess WCF Wizard with Multiple Versions of OpenAccess

    September 16, 2009 Share
    digg_url = "http://www.stephenforte.net/PermaLink,guid,650656ff-6523-40cf-9ea3-ea027824e72b.aspx";digg_title = "Using the Telerik OpenAccess WCF Wizard with Multiple Versions of OpenAccess";digg_bgcolor = "#FFFFFF";digg_skin = "normal";digg_url = undefined;digg_title = undefined;digg_bgcolor = undefined;digg_skin = undefined; When the Telerik OpenAccess WCF Wizard shipped last month, it only worked with the Q2 version of OpenAccess. The problem is that Telerik makes internal builds of a product available in-between releases so developers can play around with new bits faster-and the OpenAccess WCF Wizard did not work with them. Telerik Internal Builds fix bugs out of band so lots of folks us them. The feedback we got on the WCF Wizard is that the wizard should work with any version of OpenAccess, including internal builds. The latest version of the Telerik OpenAccess WCF Wizard does just that. Now when you open the Wizard and you attempt to connect to...
  • .NET

    New DEMO page for Telerik Reporting

        For a while now, we've been thinking about trying to distinguish between the concept of a QSF (Quick Start Framework) and a Demo. As you know, we call our Demos a QSF, because people can use it to get started with our controls by simply reviewing the code of the example. However, this does not hold true for Telerik Reporting, where the code is auto-generated by the report designer, and thus it does not really help in learning the product. So we decided - why not show how the reports are made instead and leave the designer to take care of the...