• .NET

    Introducing Telerik Persistence Framework for Silverlight and WPF

    Have you ever wondered how to save the properties of your UI elements with just one line of code? Do you need to load a previous visual state of an UI element? We're proud to introduce the newest member of the Telerik XAML family - the Persistence Framework. With its powerful save and load mechanism, the Persistence Framework allows you to save the UI related properties of your controls in a stream or an isolated storage so that you can retrieve their values later. This way you can easily store the layout of your application and keep your users' preferences. The...
  • .NET

    Telerik XAML controls Q2 2011 Beta Release

    Staying committed to our plan to further improve the ease-of-use and provide new controls and major features for achieving Rich Data Visualizations and Line-of-Business applications, we are proud to announce the Q2 2011 Beta release. New Executive Dashboard demo   Telerik’s Executive Dashboard demo showcases the next generation of rich data visualization achieved with RadControls for Silverlight. Theming, real-time customization, and a dashboard structure that follows the industry’s best practices ensure that data is displayed in a meaningful and engaging manner.  Check the demo New controls and major features Persistence Framework You can now save and load the state of the user interface so that the end...
  • Testing & ALM

    Another Great CodeStock

    Last week marked another great CodeStock, a two day developer conference in Knoxville, TN.  The organizer, Michael Neel, does a great job of juggling the speakers, schedule, and venue, and the show continues to get better and better! Telerik was once again one of the core sponsors of the conference, as we continue our wide and deep support of the developer community.  I also gave for presentations: Test Driven Development for T-SQL Windows Presentation Foundation for Developers Implementing M-V-VM in WPF (Have you tried our WPF Controls?) Test The Hard Stuff With JustMock  All of the code can be found on my blog’s...
  • .NET

    Revealing hidden features of Multilevel Lists in RadRichTextBox for Silverlight & WPF

    April 14, 2011 Share
    If you have taken a look at the blog post about the new features introduced in the latest Q1 2011 and have taken a liking to the multilevel lists, you should definitely read this one. It will give you some insight on the usage of the options that come out of box and some information on how you can extend them to suit the purposes of your project. In case you are in the habit of starting reading from the end, you can preview the Silverlight demo to see the lists in action. You should note that there are buttons both in...
  • .NET

    A ton of new features have just landed in RadRichTextBox for Silverlight/WPF with 2011.Q1

    April 05, 2011 Share
    The latest release – Q1 2011 brought some great enhancements to the Silverlight RadRichTextBox and its new WPF counterpart. The newly introduced functionality spans from capabilities for editing rich text – multilevel lists and extended table support, to additional formatting options – incorporating annotations in the document with hyperlinks that navigate to them, and inserting comments at different positions in the document. The customization and extensibility, which the RichTextBox takes pride in, have also made a step forward with its - as of now - localizable UI and the possibilities to overwrite the existing key-bindings used for triggering commands. In addition, the list of supported...