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Tag: Q1 2010
Telerik Reporting introduces WPF Report Viewer, the first reporting tool supporting all .NET desktop and web platforms
With the release of Telerik Reporting Q1 2010 Service Pack 1 we are proud to announce a very important addition to Telerik Reporting. Finally, our suite of report viewers is now complete, making Telerik Reporting the first reporting tool to support all .NET desktop and web platforms: ASP.NET, Silverlight (incl. out-of-browser support), Windows Forms, and WPF. The newest member of the viewer family is the WPF Report Viewer which allows developers to deliver reports produced by Telerik Reporting to any rich application developed with WPF. The viewer supports all functionality available in the ASP.NET, Silverlight and Win Viewers, including printing and exporting...
April 21, 2010
Q2 2010 WinForms roadmap published
Now that Q1 2010 SP1 has been released, it is time to turn our attention to the Q2 2010 release, which promises to be yet another major milestone for RadControls for WinForms. Here is a trimmed down list of what to expect: RadGridView gets a new major version with numerous improvements and new features. A beta version is expected in mid May; In addition to the several vital improvements in performance and user experience, RadScheduler will deliver appointment reminders; RadListBox and RadComboBox will receive major updates in terms of UI, user experience, performance, and data handling. For further details visit the RadControls for WinForms Q2...
April 16, 2010
SP1 of RadControls for WinForms Q1 2010 released, featuring VS2010 and Client Profile support
As always, Telerik's plans were closely aligned with Microsoft's release schedule, and we were dedicated to provide VS2010 support even before Visual Studio 2010 was officially launched. Now that the first VS2010 launch event is over, here comes the first of many Telerik Service Packs to support VS2010. This RadControls for WinForms release is the first to provide support for the Client Profile, introduced with .NET3.5, and now default when starting new windows forms projects with VS2010. The Client Profile is a smaller version of the.NET Framework that includes only the assemblies needed for deploying client-based applications, which in turn reduces the size of...
April 15, 2010
Task-It Webinar - Building a real-world application with RadControls for Silverlight 4
Yesterday I held a live webinar on Building a real-world application with RadControls for Silverlight 4. Thank you to all of those that attended, but if you did not have a chance to catch it, you can watch a recorded version here: Building a real-world application with RadControls for Silverlight 4 I wasn't able to get too deep into the inner workings of the app because of time limitations, but over the upcoming weeks I will dig deeper in my blog posts, and potentially some videos. FYI, I just put up a new blog post where I provide a link to download the source...
March 19, 2010
Upgrade Existing WinForms Applications to Use the Latest RadControls
Upgrading projects to new versions can be a pain, especially when you have to update several assemblies from a single version, as is the case with RadControls for WinForms. Q1 2010 simplifies this process a lot, by giving a couple of ways (one new and one updated) to upgrade existing applications to the latest and greatest version of RadControls for WinForms: By using the new Visual Studio Extensions (VSX), available in VS2005, VS2008 and VS2010 RC; By using the updated Project Upgrade Utility. Here are the steps: Upgrading a classic Windows Forms application to the latest RadControls for WinForms by using the Visual Studio Extensions Install...
March 10, 2010
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