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  • Cloud Mobile

    Building Services That Work in All Apps. No Silos.

    A silo is a popular metaphor that refers to a system or process that operates in isolation. In the software world, a siloed service or product is one that only works within its own ecosystem, and does not integrate with other services. Through a series of examples, we'll look at how powerful services that work everywhere can be.
    February 18, 2014
  • Cloud Mobile

    Telerik Platform Keynote Recording, Resources and Prize Winners!

    On February 12th, we hosted our platform launch keynote, which gave you a better understanding of how the Telerik Platform works and a demonstration of how you can leverage it. It was by far the largest online keynote Telerik has ever put on hosting approximately 8,000 attendees and fielding over 1,200 questions! The interest in our new tools is incredible and humbling and we want to thank everyone who attended the event.
    February 17, 2014
  • Mobile Cloud

    Design, then Develop Experiences

    Here at Telerik, our goal is to help you develop experiences. We’ve got a long history of providing tools to help developers deliver great value for their customers. But maybe sometimes you need a little help figuring out just how to make your customers happy. That’s where the user experience (UX) designers at Telerik Services come in.
    February 14, 2014
  • Cloud Mobile

    The Telerik Platform: Modular Solutions to Mobile Problems

    Most developers understand the importance of building modular software; dividing a complex problem into pieces makes code easier to reuse and maintain. Because of the flexibility it provides, modularity was a key tenet in the design of the Telerik Platform; therefore, while you can use the Telerik Platform for a complete, end-to-end mobile solution, you can also pick and choose only the pieces of the Platform you need. To show this, we'll look at the modules that the Telerik Platform provides for five aspects of application development: the UI, development, the backend, analytics, and testing.
    February 12, 2014