• .NET Mobile

    RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX Lightweight Rendering – Going deeper into HTML semantics and CSS3

    Are you curious about the new rendering mode of some RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX? Do you wonder what it will bring and how it will affect your work? Read on for a history lesson and a comparison between the present and the future.
  • .NET Mobile

    Browser Zoom - Why Does It Break Your Page And How To Avoid It

    The current situation The major browsers offer the option to zoom the entire page rather than just increase the font size. This is an important accessibility feature, which is often used not only by people with vision impairments, but also by users that, for different reasons, need to see the page smaller or larger. Usually we zoom to increase the font size but, since the browser zooms the entire page, visual glitches could appear when the layout is based on background images and/or sprites. It will not ruin the page accessibility but will leave a feeling that the UI is not structured very well. And we don’t want...
    November 05, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    Touch up your app with Telerik’s MetroTouch skin for ASP.NET AJAX

    Have you ever experienced difficulties with hitting a button on a touch screen because of the button’s small size? Haven’t you wished texts were larger so you don’t need to zoom-in to read? No more troubles - our new MetroTouch skin for Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX controls is coming on board with Q2 2012, expected in about a week!    
  • .NET Mobile

    Easily Access Embedded Resources with Telerik RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX

    With RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX we are committed to building great looking UI for you. Rich HTML, Javascript and CSS work together to provide a professional look and feel for your next generation applications. You can imagine there would be a solid amount of web resources our controls use to achieve that. Still, we keep the bag tidy and free the developer from deploying myriads of files on various development, testing and production environments. Everything is shipped neatly in a couple of assemblies you reference in your project.  How do we do that? We use embedded resources. In this blog post...
    November 23, 2011
  • Web .NET

    Separate Skin Assembly in RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX with Q3'11

    Probably all of us have identified at some point the following trend in software development — newer version usually means bigger assemblies. Sure, some of the new stuff is features that we use on a daily basis; but some of the new stuff is just eye candy that we don't always use. In fact, wouldn't it be nice if we could get just the software with the default looks; get the job done then and, if needed, add that sweet UI candy to it later? And in order to tackle this problem — maintain a reasonable file size of the main Telerik...
    November 15, 2011