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See How Seamless Paste from Word Can Be with the Improved Telerik’s ASP.NET Editor
Users have been creating their articles in MS Word and have been expecting that they can simply copy and paste them in the web. Only developers know how hard this can be. But don’t worry, RadEditor is here to save the day
April 17, 2013
Alternate Rendering Tricks for Mobile Websites with ASP.Net and AJAX Controls
We're going to bust the myth that ASP.Net web forms cannot output HTML5 and mobile friendly user interfaces. In this article, Jeff will show you some tips and tricks to adapt your ASP.Net web forms project to handle formatting for browsers on mobile devices.
Jeffrey T. Fritz
April 15, 2013
6 Telerik ASP.NET AJAX Skins Going Obsolete
Our primary goal is to help you stay ahead of the technology curve. This is why we are often adding new skins (we now have 23!) so that your web sites and apps look trendy. The thing is, we can no longer support such a large number of skins and if we want to continue adding new, more modern skins, we need to stop the support for some old and not that popular ones: Forest, Hay, Simple, Sunset, Sitefinity and Transparent. Read more about how the transition will happen.
April 11, 2013
Manage your app’s settings with Telerik’s ASP.NET Persistence Framework
You need to persist the settings of your controls? Look no further as our Persistence Framework is now out of beta. Read the fully story now.
April 10, 2013
Learn How Telerik’s 3 New ASP.NET AJAX Skins Differ from All We’ve Released in the Past
Read on for a deeper insight in our newest skins to see the direction we are taking. Is HTML5 and CSS3 the path you want us to walk? Go comment and let us know!
April 09, 2013
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