We are very excited to introduce the first official release for this year for Telerik® UI for WPF and UI for Silverlight components—Q1 2016.
This blog post will highlight the most important additions, but all details can be found in the full release notes for WPF and Silverlight.
In Q1 2016 RadTimeSpanPicker for WPF comes in its official version (it was recently in beta). It is now ready to help you add the ability to pick timespan values in your desktop applications in a fast and elegant way for your users.
The new theme exposes a flat design combined with a green accent. The Green theme brings along two variations—Dark and Light. The integrated corner radius can be adjusted by the user to guarantee a nice and smooth touch to the Telerik WPF controls.
We added a new public API to help you introduce custom touch gestures in your WPF and Silverlight applications.
Text Search functionality enables string matching over the provided data source. The filtering is available through an interface for matching rows and highlighting the exact occurrences. Complex search conditions and string exclusion are also available.
The ability to repeat the table header row on every page is a very convenient feature for documents with large tables spanning multiple pages.
Multiple Selection in RadTileList supports selecting multiple tiles simultaneously, operating with the whole set at once.
In the TimeLine view, you can now change the Start and End of the TimeRuler for each day.
Don't waste another minute—download the latest bits for WPF and Silverlight and give them a spin. If you want to see some of the new features in action, take a look at our updated WPF and Silverlight demos.
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