We all understand how the mobile trends impact the modern web development and how important it is to create web sites and apps that work seamlessly on both desktop and mobile. Every developer wants to produce sites that look good regardless of whether they are accessed via your boss’s laptop, your mother’s tablet or your friend’s smartphone.
Our goal at Telerik is to create UI tools which:
Customer feedback suggests that one of the important directions to develop UI for ASP.NET AJAX is support for touch and mobile devices. The Q1 2014 release brings user experience tailored to any device:
Even the improved lightweight rendering can fall short of being proper for mobile. That’s why we introduced eponymous mobile render-mode. It’s not just extension of the classic or lightweight rendering; the scripts, styles and rendering are engineered to offer mobile a first-class experience.
Speaking of scripts, styles and rendering, we just can’t not brag about the massive improvements in the mobile rendering of RadScheduler:
Choosing the right render mode could be hard, but you can always turn on the RenderMode=”Auto”, which will automatically select the right rendering of the control depending on the device and browser*:
All of the above features are demonstrated in our new tutorial sample application named RWD – responsive web development in ASP.NET. We will be really glad to get your feedback after playing with it and the new render mode.
You can find more information about what’s new in Q1 2014 by checking the Release notes and the What's New pages.
If you like to attend video presentations or you are just curious to see more cool and interesting stuff, don’t miss to join the DevCraft Q1 online conference:
*We make assumptions.
Rumen Jekov (@Rumen_Jekov) started his career at Telerik’s ASP.NET team in 2004 as a support officer and passed through the position of a Team lead to become a Product Manager. He has answered more than 42,000 tickets helping customers solve their problems. At present, his top responsibilities are the Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX and MVC web suites. Off work, he enjoys traveling, watching movies and reading books.
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