• .NET Web

    Telerik ASP.NET AJAX Controls and Entity Framework 6 - Buttery Smoothness

    Microsoft released the updated Entity Framework 6 (EF6) framework in early 2013 to eager developers who wanted to use the newly open sourced data access library. At the time, Microsoft didn't provide support for the Entity Framework Data Source in ASP.NET. In this article, Jeff Fritz shows you how Telerik is supporting the recently released EF6 support for ASP.NET web forms.
  • Mobile

    Incremental loading with RadDataGrid in your Windows 8.1 XAML app

    Fast and fluid experience is one of the most important characteristics of a Windows 8 application. However, when dealing with large amount of data, it is not always possible to get the entire data set downloaded and visualized in a fast and fluid manner. Such scenarios call for a more incremental (sequential) data loading approach and with our Q3 2013 release RadDataGrid makes this task easy to implement.
    December 18, 2013
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    Building An Adaptive Grid and Scheduler for Kendo UI

    As a part of our Q3 2013 roadmap, which was announced last month, I mentioned that one of the key themes for the release was to make all Kendo UI widgets "responsive," by default. Today, I'd like to talk about some approaches we're considering for our more complex widgets, the Kendo UI Grid and Scheduler.
    October 10, 2013
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    Announcing the Kendo UI Q2 2013 Service Pack

    Over the last few months, we’ve been working hard to deliver you an awesome Q3 2013 release (which you can read more about, here). Along the way, we figured today was good time to drop a Service Pack for Q2 2013, which includes a bunch of new features and a boatload of fixes. In this blog post, I’ll highlight a few of things we’ve added in this release.
    September 18, 2013
  • .NET Web

    An ASP.NET Single Page Application: The Fantasy Football Draft Manager

    Like many Americans in August, I signed up to play in a fantasy football league. As I entered the pre-season draft this past weekend, I set forth my strategy, and knew I had some resources that would assist me in getting the best players available to me. I used the ample resources available to me, and built a simple single-page application to track the draft. With Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX controls at my disposal, I knew I could quickly put together a very responsive and speedy application that I could control with just the touchscreen on my laptop. This is the brief story of that application and how I used it to crush my competition. Read along and get a copy of the source code you can use too.