• Mobile

    Using UI for Android with Instant Run in Android Studio 2.0

    A few weeks ago Google released Android Studio 2.0 Beta, and it's full of great improvements for Android developers—and it all works flawlessly on UI for Android. Let's see how easy it is to change a property of the Chart for Android and see the updated UI immediately on the emulator thanks to Instant Run, a new feature.
    December 18, 2015
  • Web .NET

    Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Supports ASP.NET vNext RC

    See how our Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC product already supports ASP.NET 5 and MVC6 RC1, and the MVC samples and resources we provide as the first UI component vendor which integrates seamlessly in the .NET 5 ecosystem.
    November 23, 2015
  • 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.

  • Kendo UI

    Schneider Electric Gets to Market 50% faster with Telerik

    Based on information from Telerik Analytics, Schneider Electric's software development team embarked on a refresh of their product's user interface. Here is the story of how they successfully created an optimal user experience for their customers.
  • Mobile

    DataForm for Xamarin.Forms and More in UI for Xamarin

    It’s the third major release of Telerik UI for Xamarin for this year and yes—as always, we have a bunch of new controls for you. DataForm for Xamarin.Forms will allow you to easily create data fill-in forms from a single shared C# codebase. There are also new controls for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android—Gauges, AutoCompleteTextView, and NumberPicker. Moreover, you will be happy to hear that Calendar and Chart for Xamarin.Forms are now supporting the Windows Universal 8.1 platform. Let’s take a closer look at what’s new.