• .NET Mobile

    AJAX Series Part 1: Building a Web Applications with Third-party Controls in Real Time

    First of all, I want to thank everyone that joined us for the first part of this ASP.NET AJAX Webinar Series! There was a great turnout, and from the look of the comments you guys enjoyed the material as well! Keep in mind that next Tuesday, August 23rd, the second part of the series takes place at 11 AM EST (-5 UCT) so set up your reminders now :) As mentioned during the webinar I wanted to follow up with a blog post containing the answers to all of the questions that popped up during the presentation. If your exact question...
  • .NET

    Skins organization in RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX

    The Q2 2011 release of the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX brings in two novelties in regard to the skins organization: New skins assembly is introduced (Telerik.Web.UI.Skins) The “skins chooser” is reworked and is much more friendly   What is Default Skin?   The default skin is declared in the web.config file of the project. This is the global site-wide skin to be used by the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX. However it can be overwritten by each control via its Skin property or by the whole page by using the RadSkinManager.   What is Telerik.Web.UI.Skins?   The Telerik.Web.UI.Skins is an assembly that contains some new skins. The old skins...
  • .NET

    Improved Upgrade Wizard

    When creating our Visual Studio Extensions, accelerating development with our components has been the number one goal. One of the VS Extensions’ core components is the Upgrade Wizard. The task it was designed to fulfill is making the mundane job of updating your projects faster and easier. As the Upgrade Wizard has been in the wild for quite some time now, we’ve received a lot of feedback from customers using our various products. Even though it has been doing a pretty good job, there is always room for improvement. The two most popular feature requests were: Add support for upgrading Class Library...
  • .NET

    Toolbox Grouping with Telerik RadControls

    Introduced with the 2011 Q2 Release of the RadControls for AJAX, WinForms, WPF and Silverlight is the new Toolbox Grouping functionality. Controls in the toolbox will be delivered in multiple tabs, organized by type and role, right after installation.   The users of the Toolbox Configurator wizard will also benefit from the improvement. For those who aren’t familiar, it can be found under the Visual Studio Telerik menu. Using the toolbox configurator will add the items in the toolbox organized in groups, although the old ‘one-tab’ look will still apply for previous releases. If you find it hard to keep...
  • Company News

    Join the Front Row at Q2'11 Release Webinar Week

    With the next major release just around the corner (expected in a few weeks’ time), we at Telerik are excited to announce that the registration for our traditional “What’s New” Webinar Week is now open. Book your seat for a series of live web events following the release date, during which Telerik’s Evangelists will show you how to make the most out of the cool new stuff we ship with Q2 2011. Attending the live webinars kicking off July 18 gives you the chance to not only have your questions answered in the Q&A sessions, but to also win a...