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Telerik Alert Coming Q2 to Fit in Your iOS Alert Scenarios
Your application is almost ready. You've implemented all screens. However, there is an error coming from the server and you should display a message about it. This is a common situation, but what's the solution?
June 17, 2015
How to Build a Picture Gallery app for Windows Phone - Part 3
In this last part of the Picture Gallery blog series, we will discuss how the app handles errors and how RadControls for Windows Phone improved the development experience. In case you missed the previous two posts, they can be found here and here. Handling exceptions No application is complete without proper error handling. To be robust the application should handle the expected exceptions in a meaningful way or crash noisily when an unexpected error occurs. In the Picture Gallery app there are a few situations that should be expected. The first and most important condition that we need to verify on app startup is whether...
October 01, 2012
Introducing RadMessageBox for WP7
We are happy to announce an intermediate release with which we officially declare that RadControls for Windows Phone now support Mango. This release includes a few improvements to the control suite, the most important of which is of course our updated list box that still performs better than the default, framework list box. Aside from improved existing controls we also decided to include a message box that can be customized and restyled as required and that is extremely easy to use. It is also localized. To get a taste of what it is like to use RadMessageBox consider the following example. It demonstrates the...
August 17, 2011
RadMessageBox for WinForms
Hello folks. I am sure all of us are enjoying with Telerik’s good looking and reach theming mechanism for WinForms. But in every application there is a need for user interaction and very often it uses some type of question or message to guide the user what he is supposed to do. I am sure that you have used the default WinForms MessageBox class and its Show method The standard appearance of this message box, however, does not fit nicely in the slick design of an application built with RadControls for WinForms, and I know how boring it is to implement your own...
December 11, 2008
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