• .NET

    Just* works even better in Visual Studio 2012

    September 20, 2012 Share
    Exciting news never comes alone. The brand-new Visual Studio 2012 is officially released bringing lots of good and handy new features, options and opportunities for all .NET developers. Telerik is never behind, and we’ve released Service Packs for your favorite Telerik tools that make them integrate seamlessly with Visual Studio 2012. The recent Telerik JustCode Service Pack 2 adds dynamic support for the new color themes in VS 2012. This means that if you change the colors and theme of your Visual Studio 2012 instance, JustCode will simply pick them up and use them. And if VS looks good, JustCode will look...
  • .NET

    Check out all the new technologies you can use with OpenAccess ORM Q2 2012

    Q2 2012 of Telerik OpenAccess ORM is about to be released soon and we are eager to share what we have achieved for the last few months. As we always strive to keep up with the latest technologies available, we will start by presenting the support for: Visual Studio 11 Beta OpenAccess is compatible with the beta version of the new Visual Studio since the end of March - an internal build from March 29th is available even now. However, Q2 will be the first official release with a full functional support. MS SQL Server 2012 LocalDB As the commercial editions of SQL Server 2012 are...
  • .NET Mobile

    Take your ASP.NET Controls to the Gym

    There’s a ton of cool stuff coming out with ASP.NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 11. If you haven’t had a chance yet, take a look at my top five list of Visual Studio 11 Designer improvements for ASP.NET 4.5 development, as well as my deeper dive into the VS11 Page Inspector tool. Today however, I want to jump a bit more into code since, so far I haven’t covered too much of that! One of the new ASP.NET 4.5 improvements I’m excited about is the ability to have strongly typed controls. That’s right, you heard me, strongly typed! Why am I so...
  • .NET

    Telerik OpenAccess ORM now with Visual Studio 11 Beta support

    Visual Studio 11 Beta has already been around for several weeks and most of you have already tried it. Plenty of different opinions were out there – from praising the cool new features it offers, to grumbling about the surprisingly changed user interface. For all of you who are developing your applications leveraging the cutting-edge technologies on the market, we want to assure you: OpenAccess ORM will not be missing in Visual Studio 11 and you will be able to use it immediately, even in the VS's Beta version. In fact, since there is still a long way to go until Q2,...
  • Company News

    Telerik and Visual Studio 11 - Steamrolling Ahead

    Expanding on our recent blog post, Telerik and VS11 State of Affairs, here is another update for all of you exploring the Visual Studio 11 Beta.  As we near the launch of Visual Studio 11 Release Candidate our goal is to ensure that your migration to it is as smooth as possible. Early feedback on forums and (a lack of) support tickets tells us we are doing a good job—thanks! Please keep sending us your feedback!   So, what’s been going on?  And, what can you do to keep abreast of developments? All our teams are blogging about their progress. As reported right after the release of Visual Studio 11 Beta,...