• .NET

    Using RadDocking with PRISM in WPF/Silverlight

    December 11, 2013 Share
    With the our Q3 2013 SP1 release of RadDocking we introduced some new functionalities in the RadDocking control which helps using the control in MVVM scenarios. You can find more information about this topic in my previous blog post here. Before proceeding with this blog post it’s good to be familiar with PRISM and its functionalities because it will be accent of the blog post.
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    Introducing Telerik Patterns & Practices for Silverlight and WPF

    November 18, 2011 Share
    If you’re like me and you enjoy reading developer controls documentation (who doesn’t?), you may have noticed a new addition to the online documentation today for both RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF. It’s my pleasure to introduce you to a new effort we are launching alongside the Q3 2011 release – Telerik Patterns & Practices: Our first series for Telerik P&P is in direct response to a customer request, specifically for advice on how to handle an Event-to-Command scenario within their Silverlight application. Since there are more than a few ways to handle that we figured it would be...
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    The LOB Chronicles Episode 5: Beginning Development

    September 01, 2011 Share
    It is hard to believe that we’re finally here, but it is episode #5 in the LOB Chronicles and we’re now getting to start development of our new demo application in Visual Studio. For those tuning in late or in need of a refresher, we’ve already covered how our team explores and exposes user needs via UX work, how that translates into navigation paths and application architecture from a UI standpoint, and how the choice of OpenAccess ORM is going to enable us to use both reverse mapping as well as forward mapping over the life of the project,...
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    Nesting Prism Regions using RadRibbonBar

    This post is update to my first post about "Decouple RadRibbonBar with Composite Silverlight (Prism)" (Read More). Nesting Regions in Prism could sound weird to someone, but the demand for this is growing. Check this forum post for more info. As a result to this post I've decided to update my previous example project. I've started by marking the one of the RibbonTabs as a Region as well, giving it a name...
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    Silverlight: OutlookBar, Prism and TransitionControl

    With this post, I'll show you a step by step approach on how to integrate RadOutlookBar with Prism. To spice thing a little bit, the transitions between the different Prism modules will be handled by RadTransitionControl. Start off by creating a new Silverlight solution. Name the Silverlight application Prism.Shell and the Web project - Prism.Web   Organize the Solution Explorer a little bit by adding 3 solution folders.   Right-click on the Modules solution folder and add 2 new Silverlight applications. These applications will be the modules of our Prism application. Name them Prism.Module1 and Prism.Module2. Also, make sure they output their xap files...