• .NET

    Q1 2015 SP1 is Out, Featuring Scale Breaks in RadChartView

    Q1 2015 SP1 of Telerik UI for WinForms is live, featuring highly demanded scale breaks support for RadChartView.
  • .NET

    Colossal Q1 2015 Release for Telerik UI for WinForms

    Q1 2015 is here packed with a lot of new stuff including four new controls, new Visual Studio templates, plenty of new features in RadChartView (six new series, annotations, inverse axis and so on), and the official release of RadPdfProcessing. Make sure you give it a try.
    February 26, 2015
  • .NET

    Getting Started with RadPdfProcessing in Telerik UI for WinForms

    This blog post aims to get you acquainted with the newly introduced RadPdfProcessing libraries, which allow for importing, exporting, modifying and creating pdf files.
    December 09, 2014
  • .NET

    Q3 2014 SP1 for WinForms Features the RTM of RichTextEditor and New Chart Series

    Q3 2014 SP1 is now here this blog post aimsto share with you what’s in it. With this release we have addressed over 200 feedback items (see our Release Notes), RichTextEditor is getting official, we have added two new chart series to RadChartView – bezier and bubble and we are fully compatible with all versions of Visual Studio 2013 (including the Community Edition) and with Windows 10 Technical preview. Read below of the rest of the goodies that come with this release.
    December 04, 2014
  • .NET Company News

    Why the Community Edition of Visual Studio 2013 is Thrilling for You and Telerik DevCraft

    You probably heard the news about the availability of a free version of Visual Studio 2013 a few weeks ago. This announcement was quite exciting, because (for the first time) is Microsoft is trying to really offer the great .NET framework and associated tools to indie developers, smaller dev shops and students. Probably the most important part of the announcement (for us) is that the Community version allows extensions. Adding extensions was not possible with the previous free editions of Visual Studio, a.k.a. the Express editions. If you wanted to use a third-party product in your daily development (like Telerik DevCraft), you had to buy a non-Express edition of Visual Studio. Today, if you are playing solo or you are part of a team with up to five developers, you can save that cash and just use the latest and greatest of Visual Studio with your favorite Telerik tools and extensions (plus any other third-party tools, of course). Will Telerik DevCraft tools work with it? Yes. All of the Telerik .NET tools work with Visual Studio Community 2013.
    December 03, 2014