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Weekly Dose of Telerik Support Resources 11/19/2013
Check out what was interesting during the week.
November 20, 2013
Easily Show Data Trends with the Sparklines Layout of RadHtmlChart for ASP.NET AJAX
Sparklines are small charts, which could be embedded in tables, dashboards, etc. where the available space is limited and chart's dimensions are a concern. If you want to learn how easy it is to take advantage of their built-in functionality, this blog post is the best place to start with!
November 18, 2013
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
Introducing the SeriesItems Collection in RadHtmlChart for ASP.NET AJAX
Do you want to stay up to date with the RadHtmlChart? Then, you can take advantage of the new SeriesItems Collection which was introduced in Q2 2013 Beta as a replacement for the obsolete Items property. You no longer have to worry about which are the necessary properties you need to set for your chart - the new series item types will show you the right choices. Follow this blog post to find out how!
June 04, 2013
New Batch Editing Functionality Brings the User Experience of Telerik’s Grid for ASP.NET AJAX Closer to Excel
Batch editing is a new type of inline editing which brings the editing experience of RadGrid closer to this of Excel. Upon a click/double-click (whatever the developer specifies), the user will be able to open the cell for editing and edit as many cells as they like. By hitting the Save button just once, all their changes will be preserved.
May 31, 2013
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