This post provides an overview of our recent webinar for the R1 2016 release of Telerik DevCraft. If you missed it, you can also watch the video right here.
Earlier this week, Ed Charbeneau and I hosted webinars that provided an overview of all the latest and greatest features we shipped in the R1 2016 release of Telerik DevCraft. From the new spreadsheet control in Kendo UI and UI for ASP.NET MVC to the official release of our UI controls for Univeral Windows Platform (UWP), we covered a massive amount of content that highlighted everything that is awesome in Telerik DevCraft. Other highlights included:
If you were unable to watch the webinar, don't worry. We posted the recording of the webinar up on YouTube for you to watch in its entirety and in high definition!
Of course, it wouldn't be a webinar by Telerik without some cool prizes. This time around, we decided to give a prize to the attendee with the best question. We also picked a lucky attendee-at-random just to make things fun. Here are your winners:
Session 1: Robby Dyson (Microsoft Surface 3) and Scott Horrocks (Apple Watch)
Session 2: Brick Baldwin (Microsoft Surface 3) and Chris Barber (Apple Watch)
Congratulations to all our winners!
We received over 200 questions in total during the webinars. Unfortunately, we weren't able to answer all of them during the webinar. We're currently working on a blog post that will provide a rundown of the top questions that were asked during the webinar. We'll be publishing this blog post next week so stay tuned for that (Update: Here it is!). In the meantime, take a moment to register for our next big webinar featuring Kendo UI on February 17!
John Bristowe is a Principal Developer Advocate for Telerik, specialising in web and mobile app development. Prior to joining Telerik, he was a Senior Developer Evangelist with Microsoft. John enjoys all the meats of our technology stew and is passionate at making developers successful.
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