• Testing & ALM

    Getting Started with your first Windows 8 HTML app using RadControls – Part 2

    Building on the previous Getting Started post, this post adds and configures a RadGrid.
    August 01, 2013
  • .NET

    Filter your Windows Store Data with RadGrid (Video Included)

    “Fast and fluid UX” is the backbone of the Windows 8 design paradigm. Touch-friendly, highly responsive and intuitive applications are now standard and we, at Telerik, are aiming high to strictly follow these standards and paradigms when building our RadControls for Windows 8 suite.
  • Mobile

    Introducing Design-Time Gallery for RadChart for Windows 8/XAML

    We are happy to announce the immediate availability of the RadChart design-time gallery feature that is part of our latest RadControls for Windows 8 XAML Q2 2013 release. Some of you that have used our charting components for the other XAML platforms are probably familiar with the concept and would be happy to hear that we have now incorporated the same visual tooling and productivity boost to our Windows 8 XAML control as well.
  • Mobile

    Meet RadCalendar for Windows 8 XAML

    It is our pleasure to announce the newest RadControls for Windows 8 XAML member – RadCalendar. Following all the principles and design patterns of the modern UI, RadCalendar will deliver flexibility and style to your Windows Store applications.
    June 18, 2013
  • Mobile

    Data Storage for Windows Store Apps - a Walkthrough

    With the Q2 Release of RadControls for Windows 8 we announced a new Data Storage framework that fills the gap of a local database solution missing in Windows 8/RT. Our solution is based on the well-established SQLite engine but provides additional functionality. Particularly, we implemented a LINQ to SQLite provider and some simple ORM features for the .NET Framework on top of it. On the JavaScript and HTML 5 side, the ORM capabilities are wrapped by a lightweight library which allows JavaScript developers to take advantage of the local database storage using JS objects and standard SQL expressions.