• Testing & ALM

    TechEd 2013–Great Conversations, Speaker Idol, Channel 9, and Best of Tech Ed 2013

    Guess who won best of TechEd? Telerik did, that's who! Also, Jeff Fritz was runner up for Speaker Idol, and a great interview on Channel 9. Read all about TechEd and Telerik here!
  • .NET

    Power your projects with Telerik - Now with the Convenience of NuGet

    Telerik now supports NuGet! Read this post to find out how to set up your own NuGet feed as well as find out where to download Telerik NuGet packages!
  • .NET

    Get Ready to Touch’n’Roll with RadControls for WinForms

    In a world where the word ‘touch’ became something usual rather than something exceptional, we understand that you will surely need to take your Windows Forms application to the next level. With the introduction of the Touch API in Windows 7 and the touch oriented devices for Windows 8, Microsoft paved the road to the touch-friendly applications. We also decided to follow this path allowing you to create new or update your existing Windows Forms applications making them follow the latest UX touch trends. One step in this direction is the new RadPanorama control which we discussed in a previous blog. The second step which...
    November 15, 2011
  • .NET

    Excel-like filtering enhancements in RadGridView for WinForms Q3 2011

    Q3 2011 is knocking on the door and along with all the cool stuff you will find inside, there is one feature that we would like to tell you about now. Do you remember Excel-Like functionality, which allows the end-user to effortlessly apply filter by selecting items from a popup list? Now we are including a bunch of new stuff to it.   Calendar filter popup First of all is a new calendar popup. It will be shown by default for date columns, and it will allow for easily selecting a date from RadCalendar. For additional convenience, there are a couple of predefined...
    November 14, 2011
  • .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...