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SP1 of RadControls for WinForms Q1 2010 released, featuring VS2010 and Client Profile support
As always, Telerik's plans were closely aligned with Microsoft's release schedule, and we were dedicated to provide VS2010 support even before Visual Studio 2010 was officially launched. Now that the first VS2010 launch event is over, here comes the first of many Telerik Service Packs to support VS2010. This RadControls for WinForms release is the first to provide support for the Client Profile, introduced with .NET3.5, and now default when starting new windows forms projects with VS2010. The Client Profile is a smaller version of the.NET Framework that includes only the assemblies needed for deploying client-based applications, which in turn reduces the size of...
April 15, 2010
Introduction to RadScheduler for WinForms Webinar today
Today, Thursday, April 15, 2010, Robert Shoemate will be presenting a webinar about RadScheduler for WinForms. If you would like to attend, please click the link below. Introduction to RadScheduler for WinForms RadScheduler for WinForms is a highly customizable appointment presentation component that offers rich Outlook-style functionality. Through the use of this component, you can easily add rich scheduling UI to any Windows Forms application. In this webinar, Telerik Developer Support Specialist Robert Shoemate will introduce RadScheduler and demonstrate how to utilize its powerful feature set in your own applications. By attending this webinar, you will learn about features such as codeless data binding, adding custom fields, and UI customization. Join the...
April 15, 2010
Upgrade Existing WinForms Applications to Use the Latest RadControls
Upgrading projects to new versions can be a pain, especially when you have to update several assemblies from a single version, as is the case with RadControls for WinForms. Q1 2010 simplifies this process a lot, by giving a couple of ways (one new and one updated) to upgrade existing applications to the latest and greatest version of RadControls for WinForms: By using the new Visual Studio Extensions (VSX), available in VS2005, VS2008 and VS2010 RC; By using the updated Project Upgrade Utility. Here are the steps: Upgrading a classic Windows Forms application to the latest RadControls for WinForms by using the Visual Studio Extensions Install...
March 10, 2010
WinForms RadGridView vNext will feature new hierarchy modes and performance improvements!
During the past year, we received many suggestions for new features and bug fixes for RadGridView for WinForms. After analyzing them we realized that we should do a major refactoring of both the data layer and the UI of our grid control. Then we set an ambitious goal -- to refactor the control and implement the most wanted features. This is obviously a massive task and the new grid control will not be part of Q1, but it is coming up afterwards as beta, and will be officially available for Q2 2010. This will give us enough time to test all...
February 26, 2010
Q1 WinForms Preview TODAY, New Visual Style Builder
This week's weekly webinar is special. It will deliver one of your first "sneak peeks" at some of the new functionality shipping in the rapidly approaching Q1 2010 release (scheduled for mid-March). The Thursday Weekly Webinar will provide a complete overview of a brand new tool shipping with the RadControls for WinForms in Q1: the new Visual Style Builder for WinForms. The new Visual Style Builder is a completely new tool, not a minor upgrade of the old VSB for WinForms. It dramatically simplifies the process of creating custom themes for the RadControls for WinForms, and in so doing unlocks more of...
February 25, 2010
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