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Introducing Industry's First Touch API for Windows Forms components
We are very proud to be the first (and still only) Windows Forms component suite to provide full multi-touch support and API. As discussed in the sneak peek blog Get Ready to Touch’n’Roll with RadControls for WinForms, the powerful touch API that our components expose allow you to handle the touch gestures that occur on the screen and take some actions depending on what your touch scenario is. Now that Q3 2011 is a fact, allow us to introduce the main aspects of the touch API. These aspects will allow you to unleash the power of windows forms under touch-enabled devices,...
November 25, 2011
RadControls for WinForms Q3 2011 suite is here introducing RadPanorama, full multi-touch support and a lot more
We are excited to announce the availability of Q3 2011. This release clearly stated that the Windows Forms technology still has its place in the software development world. With the introduction of RadPanorama and the full-multi touch support, we are ready to take your Windows Forms applications to the next level. RadPanorama In the set of new features and improvements you will also find: Kinetic scrolling for RadTreeView, RadGridView, RadPropertyGrid and RadListControl. MSAA and Right-to-left support for RadListView and RadPropertyGrid. One new theme – Telerik Metro Blue. Superscript, subscript and tables support for RadRichTextBox. Major performance improvements in RadTreeView. Four new columns for RadGridView: Color, Browse, Hyperlink and...
November 18, 2011
Get Ready to Touch’n’Roll with RadControls for WinForms
In a world where the word ‘touch’ became something usual rather than something exceptional, we understand that you will surely need to take your Windows Forms application to the next level. With the introduction of the Touch API in Windows 7 and the touch oriented devices for Windows 8, Microsoft paved the road to the touch-friendly applications. We also decided to follow this path allowing you to create new or update your existing Windows Forms applications making them follow the latest UX touch trends. One step in this direction is the new RadPanorama control which we discussed in a previous blog. The second step which...
November 15, 2011
RadGridView for WinForms conditional formatting – a matter of expressions
RadGridView provides numerous handful approaches to customize its appearance, even at runtime. For example, you could use formatting events or the Style property . However, sometimes it is handy to specify complex conditions in a script form. In our previous release we introduced an expression editor which allows for using formulas and expressions both at design time and runtime. In our next release we will introduce the same powerful feature for conditional formatting. You and your end-users will be able to target and style RadGridView cells and rows using powerful expressions. With the help of our existing rule-based conditional formatting you can easily highlight all cells...
October 06, 2011
Q3 2011 Telerik RadControls for WinForms Roadmap
In our official major release Q2 2011 we introduced several new controls - RadPropertyGrid, RadListView and RadRichTextBox (Beta) - which nicely complemented the suite and responded to your requests. Now it is time to look towards the next major release: Q3 2011 (expected mid-Fall). We believe that it is not only important to introduce new controls as we did in Q2, but to constantly improve the existing ones. Therefore, Q3 2011 will focus on improvements and new features in our existing code base. Here are just a few of the many improvements that are about to come: RadGridView. Two new highly requested editors will allow the end...
September 02, 2011
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