Last week we officially published our first Beta release of the Rad Controls for Windows Phone 7. One of the major new components in this Beta release is our first data visualization entry - RadGauge. You can read more info about RadGauge in the announcement blog post.

What we did right after the beta release is to make sure that RadGauge can be seen online - hosted in-browser. As you know the WP7 platform is based on the Silverlight 3 framework and this means that with very little changes we can show our WP7 controls hosted inside the browser. This is what we did - we compiled our source code and with some tweaks we can now show you our WP7 demos and controls online. This way you can see very easy what we are doing. You don't need to install the WP7 tools, to download a VS2010 solution and the run the emulator. Just open your favorite web browser and see the controls! Below is the first look example ported for showing in-browser.

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Please let us know if you have feedback on the Rad Gauges. This is their first version and we will be more than happy to implement features you want for their official release or for version 2.


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Valio Stoychev

Valentin Stoychev (@ValioStoychev) for long has been part of Telerik and worked on almost every UI suite that came out of Telerik. Valio now works as a Product Manager and strives to make every customer a successful customer.

 

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