• Mobile

    Make the iOS SideDrawer Bounce with UIKitDynamics

    What is the most important thing when we design and create our apps? There's a lot to think about, but it often comes back to this: how is the user going to interact with my app? As an iOS dev you know how important is to make your app pretty and resemble the real world in behavior, while also being intuitive and convenient. In this post, we’re going to mix together one of our components, a couple of natural laws and a good bit of imagination—and see what happens.
  • Mobile

    SideDrawer for Xamarin.Forms Makes Navigation Easier

    The Telerik SideDrawer for Xamarin Forms is here full of transitions to choose from. Read on to find our more about the control.
  • Web .NET

    Put your ASP.NET menu on a healthy diet -- introducing the lightweight render mode for RadMenu

    Slowly but surely, we are rolling out our lightweight initiative to more controls. This time it's Telerik’s ASP.NET Menu. Skip after the break to learn what we've changed.
    October 31, 2013
  • .NET

    Drop-Down Menu Button with Telerik ContextMenu for Silverlight

    Sometimes, when a button is clicked we want to display a drop-down menu with options. This is handy interface, usually present in toolbars, but sometimes - as standalone buttons, like the Save As button in the the VS2008 Save As dialog. Sometimes the drop-down buttons consist of two parts – action and menu, and are called split buttons. In this post I will demonstrate how to achieve the drop-down menu button part. If you need a split button, just add another button and keep track of what was the last clicked menu item. Note, that with Q3 2009 we will...
    September 07, 2009
  • .NET

    RadioButton and CheckBox Menu Items with RadMenu for Silverlight

    RadMenu for Silverlight supports simple checkable items, but still does not support radio button items. This feature is scheduled for development and most probably will come with Q3 2009, but until then you have to code it by yourself. Fortunately, this is relatively easy with a proper ViewModel, that contains the radio-button logic: The CommandItem class contains the properties and the logic for a RadMenuItem. It implements INotifyPropertyChanged and its most important property is IsChecked: public bool IsChecked { get { return this.isChecked; } set ...
    June 19, 2009