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Easily persist RadTabStrip Selected Tab using client-side API
While working on a recent "real" project for Telerik, I used the RadTabStrip for ASP.NET AJAX to provide users with a list of content they could navigate. It was simple enough. A RadTabStrip with a few tabs, a RadMultiPage holding each tab's content, and content on each pageview that linked to new pages in the website. With very little effort, I had a rich, tabbed interface that worked completely cross browser. But then during beta testing, a tester reported a bug: if they navigated to a new page by clicking on content in the TabStrip, then clicked their browser's back button,...
December 05, 2008
Optimization Tips: Optimizing Custom Skins
Welcome back to my ongoing series on optimizing the Telerik RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX. For those that are counting, this is the fifth installment in the series, so if you've missed the first four parts I suggest you go back and read them now. This article builds on some of the concepts we've covered previously, so a sound understanding of the earlier concepts is a plus. And before you get confused, you won't find the other installments on blogs.telerik.com. Up to now, this series has been running on my popular Telerik Watch blog, but going forward all installments will be...
June 24, 2008
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