• .NET Mobile

    Client-Side DataBinding with RadListView for ASP.NET AJAX - Part 3

    February 29, 2012 Share
    This is the third and last in a series of blog posts on the new client-side databinding features we've introduced to RadListView with the Q1 2012 release. In the first blog post, we introduced you to the basics of client-side databinding in RadListView - how to define HTML templates, how to use binding expressions and what properties does the binding context provide for greater flexibility. In the second blog post we showed you how easy it is to bind to any kind of web services. In this blog post, let's dive deeper into the client-side databinding internals in RadListView. We'll see how to implementing paging, sorting and filtering to...
  • .NET Mobile

    Client-Side DataBinding with RadListView for ASP.NET AJAX - Part 2

    February 20, 2012 Share
    This is the second in a series of blog posts on the new RadListView client-side databinding features. In the first post, we introduced you to the basics of HTML templates, binding expressions and the databinding model in RadListView. In this post, we will see how RadListView supports automatic (read codeless) databinding to web services and JSON feeds. For a quick reference, here is a brief list of the sections in this blog post: Web Service Types And Requirements How Web Service Binding Works RadListView DataService Settings Supported HTTP Methods And Default Parameters Binding To ASMX Web Services Binding To WCF Services Binding To OData Services Binding To Any General JSON Feed
  • .NET Mobile

    Client-Side DataBinding with RadListView for ASP.NET AJAX - Part 1

    February 06, 2012 Share
    The Q1 2012 beta release is out the door and we have some exciting new improvements to brag about. Among everything else is a feature long waited for - client-side databinding for RadListView. In a series of blog posts, I will try to introduce you to the specifics of the client-side databiding with RadListView and give you some insight into the new client cabalities that you can leverage to build performant data bound UI on the client. We will start with a brief introduction to HTML templates, binding expressions and databinding API, we'll go down to databinding to web services and various data sources and will finish off...
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    New and Updated Demos for RadScheduler (ASP.NET AJAX) Part I

    November 29, 2011 Share
    I have provided technical support for RadScheduler since its inception and I can say that it is truly like an iceberg - the more you dive in knowing the control the more you come to appreciate its power, richness of features, potential for customization and flexibility. But what good is something if you don't know that it exists? For the Q3 2011 release, we have made a thorough review of the RadScheduler demos and realized that they show only a fraction of RadScheduler's potential. So, we have updated some old demos and added a few new ones. We will continue this practice in the future...
  • .NET Mobile

    Client-Side Hierarchical DataBinding to OData with RadGrid for ASP.NET AJAX

    If you haven't heard, Odata is a Web protocol that exposes your data to the Web, allowing consumers to make queries through a set of URI parameters. RadGrid, Telerik's ASP.NET AJAX Grid control features a rich client-side API that enables you to easily bind to OData services and have all the paging, sorting and filtering done without ever posting the page to the server. That is all fine if your data is flat. Binding to hierarchical data, however, is another story. RadGrid officially supports hierarchical databinding on the server only. But let's go unofficial for a while. In this blog post we'll demonstrate an approach for detail table databinding...