• Cloud Mobile

    How to Add Files to the "res" Directory

    January 09, 2014 Share
    Jim Cowart explores how you can add resource files to your Icenium apps and include them in the "res/" directory when you build your installers.
  • .NET

    How to integrate OpenAccess ORM with NAnt

    August 27, 2013 Share
    In this short tutorial you will find out how to integrate the OpenAccess ORM Enhancer, injecting the change tracking functionality, in your NAnt build process.
  • Company News

    When Should You Use Metro, Version 2

    September 21, 2011 Share
    A blog by Todd Anglin, Chief Evangelist at Telerik. (Original post here) During my busy week at the Microsoft BUILD conference, I cranked-out a quick and rough decision tree designed to help you decide which Microsoft platform you should use for app development:Silverlight/WPF, HTML5, or the new Metro/WinRT. The chart proved to be very popular, so I thought I'd revisit the decision tree and with the benefit of more time to reflect, produce a new, more complete version. Thus, I present version 2 of the "How to Pick Your Platform" chart. What's Different? In the original chart, the first question I made you answer was, "Do you need to support...
  • Company News

    There is a need for only five Metro style apps in the world.

    September 21, 2011 Share
    A blog by Doug Seven, Executive Vice President at Telerik. (Original post here) Over the past week I have spent some time playing with Windows 8 and the Samsung Windows 8 Developer Preview Device (SW8DPD). If you’ve spent any time lurking around the Start page or trying out the Metro apps you’ve likely come to the same conclusion I have. There are only five (5) Metro style application types. All of the Metro style app samples in the Windows 8 Developer Preview fit pretty nicely into one of these five categories, which leads me to assert that these are the five intended...
  • .NET

    What Comes Next

    September 09, 2011 Share
    There has been a fair share of speculation and rumors around the upcoming Build conference lately, nobody can deny that. As of writing this blog post (Thursday, September 8th) Microsoft has managed to sell out a conference only just recently letting attendees know that there will in fact be two keynotes, Big Picture Sessions, and a few get-togethers. Folks are excited, excited about Windows development, and this is a good thing for everyone. Yup, that’s right—a Silverlight MVP is excited about what comes next. “Why?” You ask. Well, because I work with some very smart people. “Who?”...