• Company News

    Overcoming the New Visual Studio UI

    February 27, 2012 Share
    A blog by Doug Seven, Executive Vice President at Telerik. (Original post here) In a blog post last week, Monty Hammontree, the Director of User Experience for Visual Studio, announced the UI refresh for Visual Studio. This is a project that I had some involvement in (mostly as a reviewer) while still at Microsoft, and have been waiting patiently for this announcement so that I could talk about it. Personally I love the new UI. Sure, its not perfect, but it is a huge improvement over where Visual Studio has been for the past ten years. What is surprising to me is...
  • .NET

    The Ultimate Scheduler Touch Experience for WinForms

    December 07, 2011 Share
    ‘Touch’ is everywhere around us. We use it daily in our lives thanks to the touch-enabled devices – mobile phones, tables, kiosk stations. Touch navigation just feels more natural and pleasant to the end-user than using some kind of a pointing device, such as a mouse or a track-ball. Today, we are going to reveal what you can expect from RadScheduler for WinForms in the context of the touch support. The improvements described here will be introduced in Q2 2011 SP1, and will greatly enhance the end-user experience of you applications on Windows 7 and Windows 8 touch devices.   Switching between...
  • .NET Mobile

    New Sample Application for ASP.NET AJAX - Telerik Store

    December 05, 2011 Share
    As a follow up to the webinar hosted by our colleague Carl Bergenhem "Build an E-Commerce ASP.NET AJAX Application", we decided to pick up from where he left the example and extend it to a fully working application incorporating RadControls and the EBay's OData feed. We loved the idea of a MetroUI based layout and introduced the new Metro Skin for RadControls, which fit the initial design with almost no customizations.
  • .NET

    Bringing Windows 8 UI to Windows 7 with RadPanorama for WinForms. Today.

    November 29, 2011 Share
    Or how to uncover the touch horizons for your applications. The once unnamed RadPanorama control is here to make your Windows Forms applications rock! Together with the Touch API we have introduced in our previous blog, it brings the full power of touch-optimized applications to your Windows 7 users. If you have not heard anything about RadPanorama before, let us introduce it with a few words. Basically, this new control allows you to represent a small amount of data in the form of tiles that the end-user is able to smoothly scroll left or right with a gesture, just like in Win8, and...
  • .NET

    RadControls for WinForms Q3 2011 suite is here introducing RadPanorama, full multi-touch support and a lot more

    November 18, 2011 Share
    We are excited to announce the availability of Q3 2011. This release clearly stated that the Windows Forms technology still has its place in the software development world. With the introduction of RadPanorama and the full-multi touch support, we are ready to take your Windows Forms applications to the next level. RadPanorama In the set of new features and improvements you will also find: Kinetic scrolling for RadTreeView, RadGridView, RadPropertyGrid and RadListControl. MSAA and Right-to-left support for RadListView and RadPropertyGrid. One new theme – Telerik Metro Blue. Superscript, subscript and tables support for RadRichTextBox. Major performance improvements in RadTreeView. Four new columns for RadGridView: Color, Browse, Hyperlink and...