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    Third-party controls and support for Atlas

    So much to blog about and so little time... It has been almost a couple of months since my last blog post and there were quite a few things to comment - new initiatives, interesting updates, participation in events, etc. For some reason I felt guilty for having so much to say and not blogging about it and I was looking for "THE blog post" to get back into the game:)Luckily for me, and for all telerik customers, the dev team came up with some pretty exciting news - with a great sense of pride we are happy to announce the first major third-party component suite...

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    Customer of the month

    We don't have an award for "Customer of the Month", but the guys from PCTS (www.pcts.com) would definitely qualify for the award. Guys, thanks for the commitment and for the "advertising on wheels"!If you are using our products in an interesting fashion, or you would like to join the club of "TELERIK" license plate holders, make a quick comment here or drop us a line using any of the means you find most convenient on telerik.com. We will be glad to come up with a nice way to reward your...

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    How interactive can things be?

    February 28, 2006 Share
    I recently came across a very interesting site with videos about Multi-Touch Interaction.The videos can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVI6xw9Zph8&eurl=I am a really big fan of interactive browser applications. Google Local and Microsoft Live Local are doing amazing things and, together with small companies like ours (http://www.telerik.com/ajax), are changing people perceptions about what can happen in the browser. Nonetheless, after watching this video, everything that's viewed as incredibly "interactive" on the web is a bit bleak compared to what you will see. Speaking about map interactivity, if you go to the middle of the video, you will see how a user interacts with a 3D geographical map. It's not happening on the...

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    It's time for MCPD!

    February 21, 2006 Share
    As rumor has it, we have quite a few MCSDs on our team and we like to keep our skills sharp. With the release of .NET 2.0 we anticipated a change in the Microsoft certs. We were anxiously waiting for details about MCSD.NET (2.0?), but alas... Good ole MCSD became "deprecated" and you have to get ready for "The Microsoft Certified Professional Developer: Enterprise Applications Developer" (http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/mcpd/entapp/).Wow.. that definitely sounds as if you are getting a pretty good ROI compared to the plain MCSD. You become a "Professional Developer" and you add the magic "Enterprise" word to your credentials. The only problem is how to...

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    ASP.NET Validation and so much more

    February 10, 2006 Share
    Perhaps some of you know that Telerik's tools provide great interoperability with the Professional Validation And More ("VAM") package by Peter Blum. Peter has a great set of products that offer much more than the validation controls that come with VS. As part of our collaboration, Peter was kind enough to give us a free license for internal use. It was sitting in our software repository and catching dust up until last week. We had to tackle an issue with validation groups in the back-end application of www.telerik.com - the postback triggered the wrong form on the page which wasn't supposed to...