• Company News

    Our Windows Phone Customers’ Apps that Rule the Marketplace

    August 20, 2012 Share
    All eyes are on the upcoming new Windows Phone device by Nokia in September as well as the release of Windows Phone 8, since they’ll open up new horizons for Windows Phone developers and their apps. Meanwhile, we follow with excitement the success of our customers’ apps. Our Showcase Gallery has more than 200 featured apps, many of which take top positions on the marketplace. So we decided to show them off. Check out which apps built with Telerik Windows Phone UI controls rule the marketplace.
  • .NET Mobile

    Bring the Windows Phone 8 home screen to your apps

    We got inspired by the improved home screen of Windows Phone 8 and decided not to keep you waiting. You can implement the new tile sizes in your app right away using Telerik HubTile for Windows Phone. This functionality will make the home screen experience more personal than ever before and it can be very easily implemented.  Here is a short video of what you can achieve using RadHubTile. This is just out of the box XAML goodness, no tricks: To start using the new tile sizes now, download a free trial of RadControls for Windows Phone and then download the Latest Internal Build from...
  • .NET Mobile

    Using LiveTileHelper for WPDev to update a tile with a Background Agent

    In the end of 2011 we enhanced our suite with LiveTileHelper. This component can be very useful when creating Secondary tiles. It extends the StandardTileData with two additional properties: VisualElement and BackVisualElement. Since then we have received a lot of positive feedback about the LiveTileHelper and one of the frequently asked questions was "How to update the tile periodically when some of the data changes?". It is a good question and since it describes a very common scenario we decided to show you how to do it. To update the tile periodically, we are going to use a PeriodicTask. It inherits from ScheduledTask and ScheduledAction and allows...
  • .NET Mobile

    RadImageButton: A new control for Windows Phone in Q2 2012

    Today we are going to present one of the new additions to our Windows Phone Controls Suite: RadImageButton. This control inherits from the native Button, so it has all of its properties and events that you are familiar with. What RadImageButton actually does is to allow you to place an image or a set of images that change when the button gets tapped or disabled.   The RadImageButton can easily become a ToggleButton by setting its ButtonBehavior property to ToggleButton. Another cool feature is provided by the ButtonShape property. Changing its value to Ellipse will make the button similar to the buttons that are used in the ApplicationBar. Now...
  • .NET Mobile

    Announcing RadTextBox for Windows Phone 7

    RadControls for Windows Phone Q2 2012 came with a few new controls and one of them is RadTextBox. This is an extended TextBox which provides: Header Watermark Validation ActionButton ClearButton The control inherits from the native TextBox so it is easy to port into existing projects. The Clear and Action Buttons’ visibility can be controlled with the properties ClearButtonVisibility and ActionButtonVisibility respectively. The clear button’s function is to clear all the current input in the text box. It is visible only when there is some input because if the field is empty, such a button is not of much use. The ActionButton doesn’t have a predefined action. You have absolute...