Yes, you’ve read that right. To help celebrate TechEd 2014 and .NET developers, we’re giving out our best tools for building Windows 8 and Windows Phone apps for duration of TechEd 2014 -- no strings attached.

Simply go to and claim a license within next 4 days.

So, why are we doing this? Well, as you know, Windows 8.1 is getting rave reviews from both analysts and community. We, at Telerik, think Windows 8.1 is pretty freaking awesome as well. As a 12+ year long Microsoft Partner, we’d like to continue to support Microsoft’s fantastic community of developers with great tools. Our goal is simple: to help you build amazing experiences. So far, Telerik has been a part of hundreds of incredible Windows Phone apps and Windows 8 apps.  You’ll be in great company too. have used Telerik controls to build their Windows 8 App and record-setting app publisher, Atley Hunter, who has published over 130 apps to the Windows Phone Store, chooses Telerik UI controls for his apps as well. As part of TechEd 2014, we want to help YOU build the next great app!

But, that’s not all. We are already working on suite of UI controls for building Windows Universal apps. When you claim a license during this short 4-day window, we will automatically upgrade you to our “universal” tools as soon as they are final later on this year. This upgrade offer is also extended to our current customers with Windows 8, Windows Phone or DevCraft collections. The alpha version of our ‘universal’ controls is already in the making. Send us an email in case you want to get a taste of our “universal” suite. We can’t wait for you to give them a spin and get your feedback.

Don’t wait, claim a license and help us spread the word by passing #TelerikTechEd

About the Author

Sasha Krsmanovic

is a Marketing Director at Telerik and is based in Toronto, Canada. A geek at heart, Sasha works with HTML and JavaScript developers worldwide and loves learning from passionate people. You can follow Sasha on Twitter @k_sasha.

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