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3 Easy Steps to Replace Existing Charts with Telerik’s HTML5-based ASP.NET Chart
In the past year we put conscious effort into enhancing the data visualization components offered in Telerik’s control suite for ASP.NET AJAX development and we thought it was about time we started showcasing them in the Sales Dashboard sample application instead of the previously used Silverlight controls. Since this was an interesting experience some of you might also be going through, we decided to share our know-how. This blog post is going to walk you through the 3 steps it takes to migrate from Silverlight to HTML5 data visualization.
August 09, 2013
RadChart for WinForms is obsolete. Now what?
The following message prompts when you run your RadChart for WinForms-enabled project against the latest version of Telerik's WinForms toolkit: 'Telerik.WinControls.UI.RadChart' is obsolete: 'RadChart is obsolete. Please use RadChartView instead.' I know that a lot of questions come to your mind at this very moment. “What happens now? What does RadChartView supports? How do I upgrade to RadChartView? Can my current RadChart implementation stay in my project?”. Read more to find out what the present and future hold for RadChart and RadChartView.
May 09, 2013
Manage your app’s settings with Telerik’s ASP.NET Persistence Framework
You need to persist the settings of your controls? Look no further as our Persistence Framework is now out of beta. Read the fully story now.
April 10, 2013
Learn How Telerik’s 3 New ASP.NET AJAX Skins Differ from All We’ve Released in the Past
Read on for a deeper insight in our newest skins to see the direction we are taking. Is HTML5 and CSS3 the path you want us to walk? Go comment and let us know!
April 09, 2013
Using the Performance Analyzer for HTML5 Apps in Windows 8
If you have built a Windows 8 app, you are probably familiar with the WACK (Windows App Certification Kit). This small utility allows a developer to make sure that their app passes the basic tests performed during the Windows Store certification process. Visual Studio 2012 advises you to run the WACK each time you create an app package. This tool is great for small and simple apps, but for more complex ones you will need a better way to evaluate their performance. That is why you should also test using the Performance Analyzer for HTML5 Apps.
December 04, 2012
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