• .NET

    PDF Export with RadChart for Silverlight

    Every now and then when discussing the RadChart export options with customers, we receive the inquiry whether it is possible to export the control to PDF as well. The answer is – YES, it is definitely possible! While the chart control itself does not provide this feature out-of-the-box, you can easily build upon its export-to-image functionality and export it to PDF using our Documents Format Providers (also part of the RadControls for Silverlight suite). Basically, all you need to do is construct a document model based on the contents you want to export, and then pass the document to the PdfFormatProvider. Note...
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    Telerik Chart for Windows Phone 7 - the Fastest WP7 Chart Just Released

      Several weeks ago we announced that we are currently working on a first-class charting solution for Windows Phone 7. Our primary goal – as with every single component – is to deliver highly-performing, pixel-perfect component with an intuitive and easy-to-use public API. Today we are releasing the first BETA of RadChart for WP7 and we are excited to share that our goal has been successfully completed so far – RadChart not only performs well, it is actually the fastest charting component available for Windows Phone 7. Being well familiar with all of the Windows Phone internals and cave-eats, and possessing extensive Silverlight...
  • .NET

    RadControls for Windows Phone 7 Q1 2011 SP1 released

    We are happy to announce the immediate availability of the first service pack for our RadControls for Windows Phone 7 tools. This is mainly a maintenance release with lots of bug fixes (more than 30), performance improvements and several small new features over the existing controls. We decided that we'd wait with the fresh new features and components that are being cooked in our labs until the first beta rather than ship them half-baked in an official release. Our toolkit is now even more stable and we are aiming high to make it as bug free as possible. A complete list...
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    Revealing hidden features of Multilevel Lists in RadRichTextBox for Silverlight & WPF

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    If you have taken a look at the blog post about the new features introduced in the latest Q1 2011 and have taken a liking to the multilevel lists, you should definitely read this one. It will give you some insight on the usage of the options that come out of box and some information on how you can extend them to suit the purposes of your project. In case you are in the habit of starting reading from the end, you can preview the Silverlight demo to see the lists in action. You should note that there are buttons both in...
  • .NET

    First-class charting solution for Windows Phone 7... Delivering…

    As you might have already read Valio’s blog or have stopped by our booth at MIX11 and seen our WP7 demos, we are currently focused on delivering a highly performing charting solution to our users. As with every control or feature we are aiming high - exceptional performance, intuitive and easy-to-use model and pixel-perfectness are some of the major tasks we have setup. We have spent literally months of research, starting from high-level concepts, chart domain knowledge, architecture and ending with implementation details like logical trees, extremely fast home-grown property store and entirely custom layout system. Every single detail has been verified...