• .NET

    Telerik XAML controls Q3 2009 SP2 is now live

    The Q3 2009 SP2 of RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF has just been released and the files are available for download under the users' accounts - both trial and dev versions. Full Release notes can be read at: RadControls for Silverlight Q3 2009 SP2 Release Notes RadControls for WPF Q3 2009 SP2 Release Notes   You can also refer to our public RoadMaps for Q1 2010 about RadControls for Silverlight/WPF for more information about what is coming after this service pack release....
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    Telerik RadControls for Silverlight/WPF Roadmap Q1 2010

    For the upcoming Q1 2010 we will mostly work on improving and further polishing our current offering. We will work in several major directions – Performance improvements, VS 2010/Blend Design-time support improvements, Themes and Animations improvements, new Documentation, Assemblies’ size optimizations, Silverlight 4 builds. We are aware that the major tasks mentioned above are highly critical for most of our users and we will be putting lots of efforts into meeting our customers’ expectations.  The full Roadmaps can be found at: RadControls for Silverlight RadControls for WPF In these Roadmaps we included not only tasks that will be fully completed during this quarter, but also other major initiatives, which we have already started and on...
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    Using Compass indicators properties for Telerik's Docking Control for Silverlight and WPF

    Sometimes when using a Docking control and implementing complex UI with it we need to add some custom rules about allowing some panes to be docked in some parts of the application and to disallow them to dock to other parts. As this behavior is quite complex itself, we’ve decided to enable some scenarios to be available in XAML in a declarative way (the more static scenarios) and some scenarios to be available only through the code-behind.   In this post I will guide you through some simple steps that will show you how you could use both approaches. First of all...
    December 29, 2009
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    How To: Tooltip Row Details with RadGridView for Silverlight

    In my previous blog post I explained how to display RadGridView Row Details with a RadWindow. Several days after the post was published I received a suggestion to create another sample that will be showing Row Details in a mouse-over tooltip fashion. And guess what. Christmas came earlier this year. The full credit for coming up with this brilliant idea goes to my friend and colleague Kalin Milanov, our Front-end Developer. He decided to edit the GridViewRow ControlTemplate and removed the DetailsPresenter from the spot it usually occupies under the cells. He then placed it inside a ToolTip: 1: <ToolTipService.ToolTip> 2: <ToolTip Style="{StaticResource ToolTipStyle}" ...
    December 19, 2009
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    How To: Display RadGridView Row Details with RadWindow for Silverlight

    In one of my previous blog posts I have explained how to display hierarchical data with Row Details. Now, if you are familiar with Row Details features, you know that you are not limited to showing the details inside RadGridView. You can show them anywhere by using the handy external DetailsPresenter. As a matter of fact, each GridViewRow has one of those DetailsPresenter’s inside its template. So you will be using the same class that we are using internally to show the details of each single row. The documentation states that in order to display Row Details outside RadGridView, you need to place...
    December 11, 2009