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    RadControls for WinForms gaining more speed

    …Or how you should manage predefined themes in Q2 2008 As mentioned previously, RadControls for WinForms is the only WinForms suite which provides WPF-like effects on the classic Windows Forms platform. This has its challenges, because the Windows Forms platform was not build with such rich visualization in mind. For example, performance suffers if too many elements are animated on the form; the form/application start up time increases with too many visual elements on the form, etc. It is our job to try and find ways to keep these times at a minimum, but keep the same rich functionality and dazzling...
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    Have a safe trip from WinForms to WPF

    February 20, 2008 Share
    We have received several requests so far by customers who one way or another ask for the same thing: "Can you make your WPF controls in such a way that later when I convert my WinForms application (which use your WinForms controls) to WPF I wouldn't need to deal with different APIs and inconsistencies?".   In general, this could be achieved if we had: the same feature set in these two product lines the same API for our WinForms controls and WPF controls The first point is feasible and we'll do our best to do it.   The second, however, is something we probably won’t do....
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    RadControls for Windows Forms Q2 2007 BETA Available

    September 05, 2007 Share
    Many days passed since my last post (which is rather interesting and concerns the MS Surface technologies) but now I have the opportunity to justify why: Beta release of RadControls for WinForms Q2 2007 was on the way! We introduced only one new component – the RadCalendar for WinForms, but please do not underestimate the release: all our components contain very serious improvements like RTL language support, hierarchy support, documentation, etc. Let me draw some aces on the table: Major redesign of our QuickStart Framework: Yes, it is more beautiful and has greater usability than ever! It has been completely redesigned to offer...
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    Have Real Fun with RadCalendar for WinForms

    September 04, 2007 Share
    Hi everyone, Let me take the opportunity to introduce myself to the Telerik community - my name is Boyko Markov and I’m a lead developer for the RadCalendar WinForms component that will be officially introduced in our Q2 release. I will do my best to post interesting ideas and helpful information on RadCalendar and few other controls, including the upcoming RadDateTimePicker control. Telerik RadCalendar for Windows Forms. The newest addition to the RadControls for WinForms suite is Telerik RadCalendar for WinForms – a control we kept in secret up until now. We decided to keep it a secret not only to surprise you...