• .NET Mobile

    RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX are now compatible with DotNetNuke 5.0.0

    January 20, 2009 Share
    At the very end of 2008, the DotNetNuke Corporation released a new major version of their web application framework - DNN 5.0.0. Our modules and skinobject PAs were not compatible with the new release because of a change in DotNetNuke's handling of files and subfolders in the PA archive. With the new RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX service pack release (2008.3.1314), we updated our DNN resources to be compatible with the 5.0.0 installer. The new build of the RadControls modules and skinobjects for DotNetNuke can be used in version 5 and 4 as well. If you find an issue with the...
  • .NET Mobile

    RadControls for ASP.NET Ajax in SharePoint 2007 and DotNetNuke

    SharePoint We recently pulled out a sample SharePoint 2007 (MOSS) site which shows RadControls for ASP.NET Ajax working in SharePoint environment. You can check it out by going to http://sharepoint.telerik.com. This site is a SharePoint Publishing portal. We have modified the master page and replaced the default navigation controls with RadTabStrip and RadPanelbar. The required steps are described in detail in our online documentation. The Corporate section of the SharePoint is utilizing a different master page which incorporates RadMenu and RadTreeView. RadEditor for MOSS also got a major update - go check Stoyans’s blog post for more info. Also we prepared three demo pages showcasing RadScheduler, RadEditor and RadGrid working seamlessly in SharePoint. The main challenge here was to get...
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    A Preview of the RadEditor Prometheus provider for DotNetNuke

    February 29, 2008 Share
    Today we have released a preview of the new RadEditor Prometheus provider for DotNetNuke 4. The provider configuration remains basically the same, so people should have no problem enabling and configuring the new editor in DNN. The installation for the new provider is greatly simplified. We tried to eliminate most of the manual steps, which were required with the original RadEditor HTML editor provider. Basically, the provider now comes packaged as a module PA, so you can install and enable it directly from the web site. Detailed installation instructions (both for the automatic and manual installation) are available in the distribution...