Q1 2012 is knocking on the door and we are sure you want to grab it as soon as possible. Before the release itself is live, however, let us introduce yet another useful editor that will find place in your fill-in forms. This editor will allow you to pick the time from a convenient grid of hours and minutes. Reasonably, we called this control RadTimePicker.
In addition to the grid, RadTimePicker will also expose a beautifully crafted analog watch that will serve as a time reference to the end-user. Moreover, RadTimePicker will support different cultures for its editor part, and you will also be able to set the step by which the time values in the grid will be available to the users.
Last, but not least, we loved the analog clock that we had created so much that we decided that it should be exposed in our toolbox as a separate control – RadClock. RadClock will be useful for all business applications where showing time is important. Just check the screenshot below:
The latest Telerik release is just around the corner and we have tons of new stuff to show off. If you are eager to see the new bits and sharpen your .NET skills, be sure to sign up for Release Webinar Week. This 3-day event is packed with hour-long webinar sessions on the coolest new features shipping with the Q1 2012 release. Release Webinar Week will be held on February 20 – 22, so mark your calendars.
One lucky winner from each webinar will leave with a Telerik Ultimate Collection license worth $1999. To enter the drawing and participate in the Q&A session, you must attend the live webinar.
Webinar Schedule and Registration Link: http://www.telerik.com/support/webinars.aspx
Vassil Petev is a Product Manager at Telerik. Loves gadgets, sailing, skiing and DJing.
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