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    Brand New WPF Website & XAML Support Lifecycle Updates

    February 24, 2012 Share
    In anticipation of the brand new Q1 2012 release, we were hard at work behind the scenes ensuring that the forthcoming releases of the RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF were chock full of new goodies for all the developers out there.  But we've also been working on a few other little gems, including a brand new website as well as an update to our support lifecycle and approach to developing the RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF.  Read on for more... WPF - Streamlined Content and a Metro Makeover One of the huge efforts we have been hard at...
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    RadDiagram Architecture

    Telerik Q1.2012 XAML Controls are here!  And one of the most interesting new pieces there is the Diagramming control/framework. It is a product of joint venture between Telerik and our awesome partner - Orbifold. RadDiagram brings lots of new and exiting possibilities to both WPF and Silverlight worlds. In this post I'll show off what RadDiagram is and how you can best use it for number of different applications. Let's first take a look and play with it. Control or a Framework? The Control. RadDiagram is very extensible and flexible Control (part of the Telerik.Windows.Controls.Diagrams assembly). It mimics the intrinsic ItemsControl and has two major types of children: RadDiagramShape - an...
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    Telerik XAML controls Q1 2012 are here

    February 16, 2012 Share
    The latest Q1 2012 versions of RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF are available for download under the users’ accounts:  RadControls for Silverlight Download RadControls for WPF Download You can check the release notes and the latest demos at: RadControls for Silverlight Demos | Release Notes RadControls for WPF Demos | Release Notes There are 5 brand new controls that we included in this release: Diagrams Beta GanttView CTP TimeLine ListBox...
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    XAMLflix Marches On with RadScheduleView for Silverlight and WPF

    February 09, 2012 Share
    It's Thursday again, which means we're ready for another installment of... XAMLflix! If you haven't tuned in over the last few weeks to our RadChartView and RadBarCode posts, my partner in crime (Michael Crump) and I have been working on a new initiative to help accelerate your education when it comes to the RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF control suites. XAMLflix is intended to deliver quick, to-the-point videos highlighting features and functionality of our controls alongside sample projects with the exact code you are seeing in the videos. One step better, since our Silverlight and WPF controls derive from a common code-base...
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    Introducing Telerik Patterns & Practices for Silverlight and WPF

    November 18, 2011 Share
    If you’re like me and you enjoy reading developer controls documentation (who doesn’t?), you may have noticed a new addition to the online documentation today for both RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF. It’s my pleasure to introduce you to a new effort we are launching alongside the Q3 2011 release – Telerik Patterns & Practices: Our first series for Telerik P&P is in direct response to a customer request, specifically for advice on how to handle an Event-to-Command scenario within their Silverlight application. Since there are more than a few ways to handle that we figured it would be...