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Horizontal Scrolling in RadDataBoundListBox now available
RadDataBoundListBox has been continuously developed and extended with new features like Item Animations, CheckBoxes support, Data Virtualization support etc. We have also fine-tuned its performance so that it perfectly fits in an environment of limited memory and CPU resources what a mobile phone is. You can see here a real-world scenario based comparison between RadDataBoundListBox and a standard ListBox control putting both UI Virtualization approaches head to head. With Q1 2012 Beta we are introducing an entirely new feature which also paves the way for a more complex and performance-optimized Wrap Virtualization Layout: Horizontal Scrolling. A nice example is available in our Demos app...
February 02, 2012
RadControls for Windows Phone Q1 2012 Beta is here
Two weeks before the official Q1 2012 release we have prepared a Beta package containing all the new stuff that we have been working on the previous months for you to check out. There are some brand new components, as well as cool new features in RadSlideView, RadDataBoundListBox and RadBusyIndicator. Let's start with the newborn components available in RadControls for Windows Phone Q1 2012 Beta: RadToolTip - this is a control that allows you to display a popup associated with a given visual element on your page. This popup may contain any type of information, like additional details or some hints. We have a...
February 01, 2012
Q3 2011 SP1 RadJumpList for Windows Phone 7 now adds support for bindable Data Descriptor collections
Some time ago a customer of ours asked us if there is a possibility to use the FilterDescriptors, SortDescriptors and GroupDescriptors collection in a MVVM context by binding them to collections defined by the view model. As all the data is managed there, why not also manage the data operations in the same class? Unfortunately, these three properties are readonly and therefore binding them to a property defined by the main view model wouldn’t work. We decided that allowing similar scenarios will simplify the development with RadJumpList and therefore as of Q3 2011 SP1 the control exposes three new properties which...
January 05, 2012
RadDate- & RadTimePicker for Windows Phone 7 extended to support custom selector intervals
It is a common scenario when we would like to limit the selectable values in a time or date picker control. Normally we would do this by setting an allowed date-time range but a more sophisticated case is when we also want to filter out some selection possibilities and allow only specific ones. Imagine an application that provides the end-user with the possibility to create reminders that can only happen in time intervals of 15 minutes: 3:00 AM, 3:15 AM, 3:30 AM... Here we don’t want to prevent the user from selecting values from the whole time-range, but want to make some...
December 22, 2011
Introducing a new WP7 control: RadAutoCompleteBox
One of the new controls that come in the Q3 2011 package is RadAutoCompleteBox: an extended TextBox control that provides a flexible infrastructure for displaying suggestions to the user as they type. Coming with a bunch of customization options, RadAutoCompleteBox implements two auto-complete strategies that cover the most common developer scenarios: Contains filtering mode StartsWith filtering mode Here is a screenshot of our new Auto Complete Box example in the Telerik Demos application: Both the Contains and StartsWith filtering strategies are implemented in a very performance oriented approach and are capable of handling large data sets by preserving the smooth and responsive UI experience. Besides all that, RadAutoCompleteBox...
November 16, 2011
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