• .NET Web

    Take a Walk on the Client Side with WebAPI and WebForms – Part 2

    It has been more than a year since the last time we discussed WebAPI with WebForms, and a lot has changed in that time. Microsoft has released a 1.0 release of WebAPI and Telerik now supports using WebAPI as a client-side datasource for many of our controls. In this article, I will show you how to configure WebAPI to work with one of Telerik’s most popular controls, our Grid for ASP.NET AJAX. Without changing the appearance of the grid, I will convert the grid from server-side databinding to client-side databinding and show you how it supports sorting, filtering and paging with WebAPI.
  • .NET Mobile

    5 New Controls and More – Check out Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Q1‘13 Release

    The Q1 2013 release of Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX controls has been officially out for less than 24 hours, so let me brief you on the highlights: ...
    February 21, 2013
  • .NET Mobile

    Time Saving Features For MVC Developers

    I recently started reacquainting myself with the Telerik MVC Extensions, and it seems I had forgotten just how awesome they are! I want to talk about a few of the less known features I find really awesome in the extensions. VS Extensions Telerik’s MVC extensions come with built in Visual Studio extensions to make project creation, and configuration, a snap.  In addition, the extensions include a variety of project templates to help start new projects: 
  • .NET

    Excel-like filtering enhancements in RadGridView for WinForms Q3 2011

    Q3 2011 is knocking on the door and along with all the cool stuff you will find inside, there is one feature that we would like to tell you about now. Do you remember Excel-Like functionality, which allows the end-user to effortlessly apply filter by selecting items from a popup list? Now we are including a bunch of new stuff to it.   Calendar filter popup First of all is a new calendar popup. It will be shown by default for date columns, and it will allow for easily selecting a date from RadCalendar. For additional convenience, there are a couple of predefined...
    November 14, 2011
  • .NET

    RadGridView for WinForms conditional formatting – a matter of expressions

    RadGridView provides numerous handful approaches to customize its appearance, even at runtime. For example, you could use  formatting events or the Style property . However, sometimes it is handy to specify complex conditions in a script form. In our previous release we introduced an  expression editor which allows for using formulas and expressions both at design time and runtime. In our next release we will introduce the same powerful feature for conditional formatting. You and your end-users will be able to target and style RadGridView cells and rows using powerful expressions. With the help of our existing rule-based conditional formatting you can easily highlight all cells...