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Wait no more - Telerik's ASP.NET AJAX Q1'12 release is here!
Congrats for the next official version of RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX! It is live and you can download it now. Or check the release notes and the live demos first. If you tried Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Q1 2012 Beta you are already familiar with most of the new stuff coming with the Q1 2012 release. Still, there are some more features that are worth highlighting: Column Reorder for RadTreeList – Having column reorder in addition to column resizing and show/hide as well as scrolling and keyboard navigation makes a full set of client-side features a bound control like a treelist needs. See Demos Comments for RadEditor – Though RadEditor...
February 15, 2012
Check this out: Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Q3’11 Service Pack is Live
It’s amazing how much we managed to do since the official Q3 2011 release. We’ve improved and introduced so many things you guys have shared with us, so go ahead and check the Service Pack out. Here’s a small part of the release highlights: jQuery library used in Telerik.Web.UI is updated to version 1.7.1 AsyncUpload – hover state is added for the select button Grid – introduced new client-side methods, clearSort() and clearFilter(), for clearing the applied sort and filter expressions, as well Grid – improved support for OpenAccessLinqDataSource control Input – new HTML5 input type “time” ScriptManager – added support for scripts grouping...
January 06, 2012
Telerik Welcomes Chris Sells
We are thrilled about this week’s addition of Chris Sells to the Telerik team. If you haven’t already heard, Chris, a world-renowned industry veteran, has joined Telerik as Vice President of the Developer Tools division. His division will be responsible for a number of UI control sets – including WinForms, WPF, Silverlight and ASP.NET – as well as a number of tools – including the Just line, OpenAccess ORM, and Telerik Reporting. They will be ensuring developers are making the most of existing platforms while staying well-equipped for the future. Chris’ thoughts about his new role can be read on his...
December 15, 2011
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...
October 03, 2011
Telerik sponsors the Silverlight Control Builder Contest 2008
Silverlight platform is getting more mature, the adoption rate is constantly raising and at the same time Page Brooks and Dave Campbell, together with some of the Silverlight community leaders and Microsoft MVPs have started a control builder contest. Check out the contest website to see the rules, prizes and how to register - http://gosilverlight.org/. As we are deeply involved with the Silverlight platform and community, we decided to make our contribution to the contest by giving our most valued license control bundle to all the winners!!! The bundle includes "ASP.NET AJAX + WinForms + Telerik Reporting" controls. The license will also automatically give you the Silverlight controls once they are officially released (which will happen till the end of this summer). The first place winner will also...
July 01, 2008
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