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Telerik Metro Design Templates for Windows Phone: now on the Marketplace
It’s been a couple of days since Q2 2012 and the new addition to the release – the Metro Design Templates. To give you a better idea of what you can achieve with the templates and to make it easier for you to choose what's right for you, we have prepared an application that is showing all of the templates that we have so far. You can download it from the marketplace. The templates are divided in 3 categories: Content Views, Pages and Building Blocks. As their names imply, the Content Views provide different views or ways to show the content...
June 21, 2012
Introducing Item Reorder in RadDataBoundListBox for Windows Phone (video included)
Being one of the first controls in the RadControls for Windows Phone suite, RadDataBoundListBox has been continuously extended and eventually evolved into a powerful, must-have component for each Windows Phone application. Providing features like Data Virtualization, Multiple Selection, Item Animations, this control can easily be set up to fit into many application scenarios and handle much of the work one would have to do using just the native components. Q2 2012 comes with some further enhancements one of which is the support for reordering the items in the control. The Item Reorder functionality allows your end users to change the position of the items in the...
June 20, 2012
Conversation View for Windows Phone - new in Q2 2012
The RadControls for Windows Phone Q2 2012 release is ready and includes a brand new kitchen appliance – RadConversationView. Developing social applications just got a little easier on Windows Phone. No need to create a message viewer from scratch any more, just take RadConversationView and tweak it so that it meets your requirements. As is tradition in XAML based technologies, RadConversationView has no hard-coded assumptions about what kind of messages it will be displaying or how it will display them, it only has a default implementation of a message model and default templates for visualizing that model. Developers can either take this...
June 12, 2012
Design Templates for Windows Phone
A mobile app will look better if you have a designer helping you, right? This one is a no brainer. Reality is that many Windows Phone developers don’t always have this luxury. Matching the Metro design guidelines to the highest Metro standards can also be tricky sometimes. To help you on this front, RadControls for Windows Phone introduces Metro Design templates for Windows Phone with this second release for the year. More than 20 page and content Metro design templates will make your app nicer and your job easier. On top of that you get a Visual Studio wizard helping you...
June 11, 2012
Announcing RadControls for Windows Phone Q1 2012 SP1
Now that Q1 2012 has been out for a while we have managed to gather some very useful feedback from you on the new stuff that we released with it and with Q1 2012 SP1 it’s time to bring it officially to you. Besides the fine tuning of existing functionality, we are really proud to announce one pretty important and powerful new component that can easily make your application shine: RadHubTile: This component brings the Windows Phone home screen experience directly to your app without much complexity. It not only covers all native Tile behaviors (animations, layouts etc.) but delivers even new...
March 21, 2012
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