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    Roadmap for Telerik Reporting Q3 2010 has been posted

    August 26, 2010 Share
    In case you've missed it, the Q3 2010 Telerik Reporting Roadmap has been posted on our site. Although seemingly short, our plans are quite exciting, because we are to extend the report interactivity we introduced in Q2 2010 with Drill-down (expand/collapse) and Sorting for our crosstab, table, and list report items. In addition, we have started working on a XML Report Serialization Engine which will allow report definitions to be represented in XML and saved as a stand-alone XML file. Finally, an important note: in Q3 2010 the Silverlight Report Viewer will be build against Silverlight 4 only. The reason is simple: the Silverlight Report Viewer utilizes our RadControls for Silverlight controls and themes, which...
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    The Telerik Eastern Canada User Group Tour is Coming...

    August 18, 2010 Share
    Hey everyone! Taking a quick break from the updates to the HR Recruiting application to share some information on the Telerik Eastern Canada User Group Tour that is coming up in September.  What is the TECUGT (wow, that is one pretty acronym), you might be asking?  Well, to put it simply... So not only do you have the opportunity to pick up your RadControls for Silverlight from any stop in TechDays Canada, but I'm also going to be making two trips to eastern Canada in September to present some fresh new Silverlight talks to a user group (hopefully) near you.  So if...
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    RadRichTextBox for Silverlight - a lot more Rich-ness and even more Rad-ness with Q2 SP1

    August 16, 2010 Share
    Right after the anticipated Q2 SP1 is out, let me introduce some of the features that make Telerik RadRichTextBox proudly prefixed by rad and rich. Since a picture is worth a thousand words here are some six thousand words for you :) Zoom in/out: Click here for online demo. Integration with RadBook: Click here for online demo. Actually the new documents presentation controls allow even scenarios such as this one: …but we will need your help with more real-world stories about this one. New properties- "Xaml", "Html", "Text" allow binding in Xaml, enabling MVVM scenarios, easier usage with databases, RIA services, DataForms...
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    Silverlight Recruiting Application #7 - Utilizing INotifyDataErrorInfo

    August 12, 2010 Share
    As you may recall from my previous blog post, we're revamping this application and bring it to the latest and greatest that is available in Silverlight today.  Coincidentally, Q2 2010 SP1 just came out today (check your accounts!) and I figured the best first place to start would be with something I removed previously- validation. Since I redid the model for this application, I completely scrapped all of the previous validation because I knew I could now take advantage of using INotifyDataErrorInfo, which gives us a slightly more graceful way to handle asynchronous validation in our application.  I would explain all...
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    Return of the Silverlight Recruiting Application

    August 10, 2010 Share
    It has been a while since I've had a nice, lengthy, code-a-riffic post on here so I wanted to start this off right.  By the title of this post I've already given up part of the surprise- I'm revisiting the Silverlight Recruiting Application and bringing it up to date.  For those of you that don't remember (or haven't seen this series), the concept behind this application was around a real world internal use here at Telerik.  More specifically, we keep growing and therefore our HR demands have grown, requiring something more robust than a very organized use of Excel and...