• .NET

    Pivotize your data with Telerik’s PivotGrid for WinForms

    Our Q3 2012 release is coming closer and closer and I was eager to share that we have prepared a new pack of fresh enhancements that will energize your Windows Forms applications. In this blog, which is the first from a set of upcoming articles, I’d like to give you a glimpse of the major features that you will find in the Q3 2012 installment. The top highlight of this release is RadPivotGrid (Beta) for WinForms. Initially introduced as a CTP in Q2 2012 SP1, RadPivotGrid became much more powerful in terms of stability and set of features. The previously available...
  • .NET

    Print your data with RadGridView for WinForms in a few quick steps

    We are sure you will agree that the highly demanded Printing support for RadGridView for WinForms was welcomed warmly by your end-users. We wanted to make sure that the Print Preview, Print Settings and Watermark dialogs will make the printing as easy as possible, but at the same time they will enable end-users to customize the printing output to the smallest detail. The result is that you can print a RadGridView with a call to the Print() method and the grid is send to the printer. On the other hand if you want to customize the result by using code, you have a...
  • .NET

    Printing with RadScheduler for WinForms in a Nutshell

    As you may already know, Q1 2012 RadControls for WinForms brought to you one much requested feature- native printing support for RadGridView and RadScheduler. Utilizing its capabilities it is as easy as pie to send the data from your control to a printer by calling a single method. However, there are also a variety of options that allow you to customize the appearance of your pages. With this post, we will take a closer look at the features and options of printing that RadScheduler provides out-of-the-box. Let’s say we have a RadScheduler populated with appointments and we want to implement...