• .NET

    Q2 2011 Xaml Tools - RadRichTextBox

    Moving further into our discussion of controls as “tools” that we utilize, we want to take a look at RadRichTextBox and see just how it provides an amazing out-of-the-box rich text editing experience. One of the first questions we often hear when demoing this control to people is “That isn’t Word?”, meaning that our team has done a pretty good job of setting up the control to look and perform like everyone’s favorite Office document editing solution.  Now we can take a look at just how easy it is to get started with “This isn’t Word?” and some of the...
  • .NET

    Q2 2011 Xaml Tools - RadImageEditor

    In our last post we were discussing the importance of good tools to developers and how they help us to perform tasks like testing, profiling, decompiling, and building applications more quickly.  Today I will take us a little further down this path as I explore one of the new ‘tools’ that we are offering in our Q2 2011 Xaml release – RadImageEditor. A Quick Note I had a few questions directed my way in regards to a line from the last post: “…as well as providing controls that are out-of-the-box “tools” to bring enhanced functionality to your applications.” Let me explain this a little further, as...
  • .NET Mobile

    Office2010 skins now available for RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX

    As Q2 2011 official release is on its way we would like to share with you part of the visuals the AJAX teams have been working on lately: Office2010 Blue, Silver and Black skins       The Office2010 appearance is a natural continuation of the Outlook and Office2007 skins. It resembles Microsoft® Office® 2010 look and feel, bringing to the AJAX world the ultimate Office-like web experience. Unlike our Office2007 skin, which is available in Blue theme only, we are now releasing all three Office2010 variations. Making use of the distinctive colors and smooth gradients, just a scroll away – see the new Office2010...
  • .NET

    OpenAccess ORM Q2 2011 Will Feature a Profiler, Check Out the Roadmap

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    Todd Anglin's blog on how to trust the SQL an ORM tool produces stirred quite a bit of attention from the community, which also pushed us to action. As a result, we are happy to announce very exciting news on the next version of Telerik OpenAccess ORM, due this summer. Telerik OpenAccess Q2 2011 will come with a built-in Profiler, which will open the "black box" of its operations and will give you an insight on how to optimize its behavior. This tool will also provide great assistance to developers who have decided to not use an ORM tool on the premise...