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Testing & ALM
RadChart for Windows Phone 7 – fun with gestures
As Q2 2011 is officially out, we are really excited about all the interactivity features we shipped with our charting component. Together with all the built-in goodies like PanAndZoom, Trackball and Tooltip, we have also implemented a flexible and convenient way for extending the default gesture handling behavior of RadChart. By implementing a handler for the RadChart.PreviewGesture event you may provide completely custom interactivity depending on your custom scenario. When marked as “Handled” the event will have higher priority than any default behaviors registered with the Chart. Simple drill-down functionality Let’s play a bit more with the PreviewGesture event by implementing a...
July 15, 2011
The new RadRibbonView and why you should use it instead of the old RadRibbonBar
With the Q2 release of the RadControls for Silverlight and WPF we are announcing the new RadRibbonView control. It is an easy-to-use implementation of the Microsoft Office 2010 “ribbon” UI, which will allow to codelessly organize all the functionality of your application into a single compact toolbar control. But all of you that are already familiar with our RadControls for Silverlight and WPF will say: “But what happened with the RadRibbonBar? Isn’t it the same and why we need a new one?” So in this blog post I will try to list the most significant improvements in the new control compared...
July 13, 2011
Q2 2011 Xaml Tools - RadRichTextBox
Moving further into our discussion of controls as “tools” that we utilize, we want to take a look at RadRichTextBox and see just how it provides an amazing out-of-the-box rich text editing experience. One of the first questions we often hear when demoing this control to people is “That isn’t Word?”, meaning that our team has done a pretty good job of setting up the control to look and perform like everyone’s favorite Office document editing solution. Now we can take a look at just how easy it is to get started with “This isn’t Word?” and some of the...
July 11, 2011
Surprise New Control for XAML—Guess What It Is and WIN!
Next week our Q2 Release will bring you fellow XAML ninjas 6 new controls + 1 new theme, Metro UI….but you probably already knew that. What you didn’t know is that…. something else has sprouted up since our last announcement…of course. ;-) Since we’re big fans of surprises we figured this positively pivotal event warrants a guessing game—one that will have you considering what our .NET Ninjas have up their sleeves…. besides the .NET Ninja T-shirt and 5 Ninja stress balls that will go to whomever manages to guess correctly. Hint 1: It’s a Data Visualization Control Hint 2: We may have already...
July 08, 2011
Silverlight is Dead, Long Live XAML
by Stephen Forte (This article is a re-post from the Stephen Forte's Blog) A few weeks ago I was in the Telerik cafeteria at our world headquarters in Sofia, Bulgaria, and a colleague walked up to me and asked: "Is Silverlight dead?" I replied: "No, but it has seen better days." Since Silverlight's absence from last year's Professional Developers Conference (PDC) in Redmond, WA, the infamous "our strategy has shifted" comment made by Microsoft Server and Tools Division President Bob Muglia, Scott Guthrie's move out of DevDiv, and the recent reorg of the XAML team, the community has been in an uproar assuming that Silverlight...
July 08, 2011
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