• Mobile

    How to Create Custom Project Templates in Xcode 7

    With the launch of Xcode 7 we were offered a sweet deal of cool new features like free on-device development, Swift 2.0, Objective-C upgrades, some sugar in testing and debugging.

    Yeah great, but there are new issues too that have caused inconvenience for us and our clients. We started looking for solutions and soon we came up with the idea to create a custom project template. We found that most of the information out there on how to do this is pretty old, so we've created an updated guide.

  • Mobile

    Let's Put Some Makeup on the Telerik ListView for Xamarin

    There are millions of apps out there, but many of them are just clon​es of one another in terms of functionality. It's the UI and the UX that really make a first impression ​on your end-user and eventually can win ​them to your side.

    In this post we'll demonstrate how you can change the look and the behavior of the Telerik ListView in terms of a customized template, predifined layouts, and support for swiping.
  • .NET Mobile

    How to Customize Telerik's ASP.NET PivotGrid Cells Using the Built-in Templates

    Wondering how to customize the cells of RadPivotGrid? Read the full story about the recently-introduced template support to find out.
  • .NET

    Working with Report Templates in the Report Designer

    The Report templates in Telerik Reporting hold the initial report layout and styling, and allow for creating reports with consistent look and feel. They save time by skipping the repetitive tasks associated with building a new report every time, so that users can focus on the specific requirements of the new report. These tasks may include setting page sizes, connecting to data sources, defining headers and footers (such as adding a logo and page numbers), as well as styling. In Q3 2012 you can create, load, and reuse such report templates in the standalone Report Designer. Creating a Report Template is...
    October 17, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    Client-Side DataBinding with RadListView for ASP.NET AJAX - Part 3

    This is the third and last in a series of blog posts on the new client-side databinding features we've introduced to RadListView with the Q1 2012 release. In the first blog post, we introduced you to the basics of client-side databinding in RadListView - how to define HTML templates, how to use binding expressions and what properties does the binding context provide for greater flexibility. In the second blog post we showed you how easy it is to bind to any kind of web services. In this blog post, let's dive deeper into the client-side databinding internals in RadListView. We'll see how to implementing paging, sorting and filtering to...
    February 29, 2012