• .NET

    RadControls for WinForms Step-by-step tutorial: Updated

    As you know, in the latest releases of RadControls for WinForms we introduced a bunch of new cool features and controls. We covered the improvements with documentation articles in our product documentation and we are happy to inform you that we have just finished updating our Step-by-step tutorial as well. Now it exceeds 750 pages (650 in its previous version) and together with the accompanying C#\VB.NET projects it helps you increase your knowledge of RadPropertyGrid ,  RadListView and even  RadRichTextBox which is in Beta. The tutorial is available in PDF and CHM formats and you can download it from the following page: Step-by-step Turotial - RadControls for WinForms
  • Testing & ALM

    Telerik RADControls for Windows Forms Webinar Sample Code and Slide Deck

    For those of you that attended the What’s New for Desktop Developers in Q2 2011 Release Webinar, thank you for attending!  For those that didn’t get to attend (or for those of you that want to go back through it since it was jam packed with information), the recording worked perfectly, and I will be posting it to Telerik TV in the next 48 hours!  Several people attending the webinar asked for the source code for my project that I created to demo the features as well as the powerpoint slides, and you can get them both here (slide deck, code...
  • .NET

    Introducing RadPropertyGrid for WinForms

    Following our WPF and Silverlight suites, it is our pleasure to present you another great member of the Telerik WinForms family – RadPropertyGrid. RadPropertyGrid for WinForms displays the properties of a given object in a user-friendly way allowing the end-user to edit these properties using our editors. Now you can concentrate all the settings in one place instead of scattering them all over your forms. RadPropertyGrid gives the end-user the ability to filter, group and sort its items thanks to our data processing engine. RadPropertyGrid takes full advantage of the virtualization mechanism, so even if you load an object with...
  • .NET

    TechEd 2011: What to expect from RadControls from WinForms

    TechEd 2011 is at full swing and we are sure that you want to know more about the latest innovations that we, the WinForms team, are preparing for you. As the WinForms Roadmap suggests, we are currently working on the RadListView control, and we have created a new built-for-the-purpose reference application that features the new component - Telerik MovieLab. We will be showcasing the new application together with MSAA support, so come to booth #409 and see what's new: RadListView will support the features of the standard ListView control, plus many more. One of the key features that you will be able to notice immediately...
  • .NET

    Make Your Telerik WinForms-enabled Applications Start Instantly

    RadControls for WinForms is a very well structured package of controls, with an excellent balance between performance and features. Still, firing up an application built with Telerik Windows Forms may take a few seconds – time that end-users prefer to get rid of, if possible. So, here is a nice trick which makes your RadControls-enabled application run instantly on the client. This solution is common for large applications such as the Open Office suite. The idea here is to load some application resources (in our case - the  whole application) when the Windows starts. When the end-user starts the application,...