• .NET Mobile

    RadControls for Windows Phone Q1 2013 brings your apps to the next level

    Take a look at what's new in RadControls for Windows Phone in Q1 2013.
    February 20, 2013
  • .NET Mobile

    Announcing RadControls for Windows Phone Q3 2012 SP1: Revamped DataForm, ListPicker enhancements and many more

    Q3 2012 SP1 comes as a milestone in the development of RadDataForm. This release introduces significant improvements and enhancements in the control making it entirely revamped. The changes are important because they are inspired by our real-life experience with the control while integrating it in our Tasks application for Windows Phone and other smaller projects. Since some significant breaking changes are introduced with the new RadDataForm upgrades, we strongly recommend anyone who uses the control to take a look at the Release Notes for further information. We are also going to update our online help regarding RadDataForm considering the new APIs.
    December 12, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    RadSlideView for Windows Phone: One Step Closer to the Native Photo Browsing Experience

    With our Q3 2012 release last month, we introduced a new functionality in RadSlideView: Filmstrip mode. This feature brings this control even closer to the native photo browsing experience of Windows Phone. As you might have noticed, with RadSlideView you can zoom-in an image and see more details, but when you zoom-out, you can't zoom any further than fitting the image to the available screen-size. Not anymore. The new mode allows you to see the adjacent images if you zoom out enough and quickly browse all images by pan and flick gestures. To leave this mode, simply zoom-in or tap some...
    November 13, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    Design Templates for Windows Phone: Keep Gettin' Better

    Four months ago, we released over 20 ready-to-use templates that provide implementation for common application development scenarios: Design Templates. We have good news for you: after our latest release the templates are over 50! The fresh additions include our newest controls demonstrated in various scenarios, allowing you to choose what suits you most. One of these new controls is RadDataForm. It is included in different form scenarios like: registration forms, sign in, check-out and multipurpose template for search and filter purposes.              The templates that include RadConversationView are a great example of how Design Templates not only use and configure RadControls so that you can...
    November 07, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    Introducing RadDataForm for Windows Phone

    Almost each Windows Phone app implements scenarios in which user input is gathered. These scenarios include designing and implementing Pages with editor controls positioned in a layout panel (mostly stack layouts) with labels above them to describe their purpose and buttons at the end of the page to confirm the input. The validation logic, as well as the synchronization between editors and the properties of the edited object is mostly done manually by handling events, checking input values and setting target properties. Here are a couple of screenshots from our Tasks app demonstrating similar scenarios:   The ‘Edit Task’ and ‘Edit Project’...
    October 20, 2012