• .NET Mobile

    The ASP.NET AJAX Gauge - Meet Telerik’s New HTML5-based Data Visualization Recruit

    With our previous release (Q2 2012) we introduced RadHtmlChart, but we didn’t stop there – even before the next major release we introduced a lot of the features you asked for. Once again we leveraged the latest HTML5 goodness and RadHtmlChart now has its own younger brother – RadGauge. In fact, it’s a pair of twins – RadRadialGauge and RadLinearGauge to make the family life even more fun. Put simply, you can use the gauge to show very specific data with relation to a given range. You could mimic a car dashboard and show the fuel left and have the last quarter...
    October 15, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    New Features of RadHtmlChart for ASP.NET AJAX Ship a Month Ahead of Schedule

    With Q2 2012 release we shipped the first version of the RadHtmlChart control and, like any fledgling control, it did not have all the features you wanted to see, so we started working on them as soon as we got your feedback. We have promised we will add some of them in the Q3 2012 release (see our Roadmap), and I am glad to announce that we pushed hard and quite a lot of them are already available, far before the promised date :-) Let’s take a quick look around: Client-side Events This chart operates primarily on the client and it was inevitable that...
    September 07, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    New and Updated Demos for RadScheduler (ASP.NET AJAX) Part I

    I have provided technical support for RadScheduler since its inception and I can say that it is truly like an iceberg - the more you dive in knowing the control the more you come to appreciate its power, richness of features, potential for customization and flexibility. But what good is something if you don't know that it exists? For the Q3 2011 release, we have made a thorough review of the RadScheduler demos and realized that they show only a fraction of RadScheduler's potential. So, we have updated some old demos and added a few new ones. We will continue this practice in the future...
    November 29, 2011