• .NET Mobile

    Native Binary Excel Export Made Its Way to Our ASP.NET TreeList

    Q1 2012 brings yet another popular export format to the already rich set of TreeList features. This time, we added support for the Microsoft Excel format. The exported files are based on the binary BIFF standard and hereby they are fully compatible with virtually all versions of Microsoft Excel and most of the XLS BIFF compatible software. Another benefit is that you will be able to access the output file using the widely popular OleDB Jet provider. Similar to the PDF export, you can apply custom styles in two different ways – using the built-in item styles (ItemStyle, HeaderStyle and the...
  • .NET Mobile

    All Questions Answered – A Follow-up to the Q1 2012 What’s New Webinar

    The “What’s New in ASP.NET” webinar was last week, and during the event you guys kept a pretty steady flow of questions coming in – which I like! Unfortunately due to time constraints I was not able to cover all of the questions live. However, I wanted to follow up with a blog post with all of the questions answered in written form. So, below you’ll find all of the answers to said questions that were asked during the webinar. Keep in mind that your exact question might not be in here, but that’s because I aggregated similar questions and...
  • .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
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    Codeless OData Binding for Telerik's Scheduler Control ASP.NET AJAX

    In the previous series of OData binding related posts we introduced OData support for our Grid, ListView and navigation controls. Well, it is time for a new control to utilize such binding. I am happy to announce that forth from Q2 2012 one can easily bind the Telerik's ASP.NET Ajax Scheduler to OData exposed feed using simple markup. Why OData One may ask why OData when it is possible to expose AppointmentData objects via simple ASMX/WCF service and have the Scheduler directly bound? Well, the OData binding gives you the freedom to bind against any JSON structure, as long as the core scheduler Data...
    February 27, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    New Sample Application Available for ASP.NET AJAX – Image Gallery

    An image gallery is a popular feature in a website, so we decided to demonstrate how easy and quick it is to build a gallery with the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX and OpenAccess ORM. The finished app is compatible not only with the latest desktop browsers, but also with the major mobile ones.   The list of images on the main page was a perfect opportunity to show off the new client-side data-binding of our RadListView control. To get the data to the browser, we settled on a WCF Web Service. The same approach is used for populating the images in a...
    February 24, 2012