• .NET Mobile

    Congratulations: Best Success Stories of ASP.NET MVC Apps Announced

    We are happy to announce that the contest for success stories of applications built with Telerik's ASP.NET MVC Extensions is now over. Thanks to all who participated and shared their experience with our product! We collected tens of success stories and enjoyed reading every single one of them. As a result, it was very hard for us to choose only three winners, and in fact, we managed to narrow them down to four. Not only did we have to rank two third-place awards, but we also decided to publish seven case studies in total! We will get in touch with all...
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    Telerik MVC Q2 2011 BETA bits

    The Q2 2011 Beta pack of Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC has just been uploaded on telerik.com! As usual, you can find the open source and commercial (paid) version in your Telerik account's > MVC Product Files Download section: Open Source Download | Commercial Download. New component, new skins The Beta release introduces new HTML5-driven MVC charting extension which utilizes SVG/VML for vector graphic drawing. Light-weight and cross-browser component, built from scratch and in perfect harmony with the MVC design pattern paradigm, the chart supports bar/stacked bar series, Ajax binding and exposes basic client API...
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    Telerik ASP.NET MVC Extensions: Upload Deep Dive

    Recently there have been quite a few questions popping up around our ASP.NET MVC upload component, specifically when working with it in synchronous mode. Although this variation of uploading files is not really too complex when compared to its asynchronous counter-part, I believe some of the confusion stems from the MVC syntax that is used in our online demo. My goal with this blog post is to provide a bit more clarity to what exactly is happening in this demo, mostly taking a look at the MVC syntax. Before we get started, open up our Synchronous Upload demo in your favorite...
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    Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC in Azure – Part 2, Deploying your Application

    In Part 1 of this series we covered how you can create an MVC (both MVC 2 and MVC 3) web application that is ready to be published to the cloud. Of course we also went through how you can make this application a Telerik application, taking use of our Visual Studio Extensions. What the application actually does is up to you of course, but now that you’ve finished developing everything you want to take it to the next level; you want to deploy! Launching to the cloud So your project is ready to rock and you’re eager to brag to everyone that...
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    Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC in Azure – Part 1, Building your Application

    As some of you are (hopefully) aware of, our RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX work flawlessly on Windows Azure. We actually have a short blog series available here on our blogs that go through the necessary steps for creating an application (Part 1) and later deploying it (Part 2) to Windows Azure. However, do our ASP.NET MVC components work on this platform? The answer is: yes! (Note the usage of ‘!’, that’s how exciting it is!). The best thing is that the process is no more complicated than what you have to do for our RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX. Note Since most of...