• Web

    Visualizing Data on the Web with Kendo UI for Angular 2

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    Recently, I've been very interested in the demographics of the United States. Although Google and Siri are helpful with the quick stats, I wanted to wrap my mind around the population and population changes for each state with visualizations. In this article, I'll walk you through how the project was built with Kendo UI for Angular 2.
    January 04, 2017
  • .NET Mobile

    Easily Generate QR Codes with Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Barcode Control

    A typical scenario is for someone to browse a website on his computer, and then to wish to open a link of the site on his cellphone. It would be easier for the person to open it, if it’s encoded as an image that the phone can directly read, because smartphones cannot understand human readable text, but most of them can read images, called QR codes. What are QR (Quick Response) codes and how are they used? The QR is a two-dimensional code. It looks like a matrix which consists of black square dots (modules) on a white background. Text information can...
    October 30, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    Easily Add Industry-standard Barcodes to Your ASP.NET AJAX Application with RadBarcode

    Barcodes are everywhere. They are printed on retail products for easier identification. They are used for encoding numbers and keys for all kinds of tickets for concerts, shows and movies. They are even used to track your luggage with a baggage tag in the airport. Most of these uses are out of our industry, but barcodes are getting more and more popularity on the web as well. What is more, they are easy to use, because they are scalable with smartphones.  A common scenario is when you show a barcode with some data in your site, and your clients are...
    June 28, 2012
  • .NET

    Just Another Way to Visualize Your Data Using RadTreeView for Silverlight

    For the past couple of days I've been playing with the way RadTreeView renders its items. To be honest, I wasn't looking for any particular outcome. I was doing it just for fun, hoping that something interesting might come out. And it did. I ended up with something quite interesting and it would be a shame not to share it. Bellow are few screenshots which show the TreeView from its initial state to the point where its deepest item is expanded. Note: I do lack certain designer skills :) The TreeView is bound to an XML data source which has the following...