• Mobile

    Enliven Your App with Gauges for iOS

    How often do you see one of those gauge visualizations in your work and everyday life? I'd guess the answer is either “more and more” or “a lot.” Let’s talk about the importance of the great user interface design in achieving an outstanding app, starting with the flexible and interactive Gauges for iOS.
    November 19, 2015
  • Mobile

    Gauges and AutoCompleteTextView Beta plus more in UI for iOS

    The Q3 2015 release of UI for iOS is already here, and as always it's packed and stacked with great features following your requests and feedback. The DataForm becomes official, we introduce Gauges and AutoCompleteTextView (Beta), the Chart gets three highly requested features and last, but not least, we introduce support for Swift 2.0 while keeping our iOS7 support. Let’s take a deep dive into what’s new.
  • .NET

    UI for WinForms Q3 2014 is Here Introducing RadRadialGauge, RadCheckedDropDownList, RadRichTextEditor (Beta) and A Lot More

    I am thrilled to announce the immediate availability of UI for WinForms Q3 2014 packed and stacked with lots of great enhancements including three brand new controls! But before we dive deep I would like to say that none of it would be possible without your continuous help and feedback. That said, I do not want to make the intro longer than needed, because I have a lot to say about the new features.So let’s see in details what is new in Q3 2014.
  • .NET Mobile

    Telerik’s Major ASP.NET Data Visualization Controls in a New Sample App

    You must have noticed we have been working aggressively on improving the data visualization arsenal of Telerik's ASP.NET AJAX controls over the past year. This is why we thought it was about time we combined the new Gauge, PivotGrid and AutoCompleteBox controls with the enhanced HTML5 Chart into a simple and compact website application. Naturally, with all the hype about this year's Olympic Games the theme for the app was quite obvious. ;) The sample ASP.NET app Olympic Games showcases how easy it is to provide data presentation and management functionality to your users and how you can integrate several major controls with just a few lines of code. Of...
    October 26, 2012
  • .NET

    Half and quarter circle RadGauge.

    Recently John showed how to create half-circle gauges and now I am glad to announce that RadGauge, both WPF and Silverlight, supports half-circle and quarter-circle styles out of the box. All you need to do is provide the correct resource through a ResourceDictionary and then use the corresponding style. The styles are named after the major geographical directions -- North, East, South and West, well we only use the first letters here - N, E, S and W. So the styles you need are <Theme>RadialGaugeHalfCircle<Direction>Style and <Theme>RadialScaleHalfCircle<Direction>Style. Check the following example - semi-circular, south-directed vista-styled gauge: And this is the XAML used:        ...
    May 12, 2009