Support & Learning
Application Development and Deployment
Data Connectivity and Integration
Web Content Management
Get A Free Trial
close mobile menu
Testing & ALM
Standard resources in the edit dialog in Telerik Scheduler for Silverlight/WPF
As many of you noticed Telerik Scheduler was released with a completely new look of the edit appointment dialog. Some of the things inside the dialog are just redesigned, however some of them are completely new like the categories,time markers and the importance buttons. Today I will give you more information about them: Categories: There are some built-in categories in RadScheduler and in its edit dialog. A category can be assigned to an appointment by choosing one from the dialog on through code behind like this: Then the category will appear in the appointment: and in the edit dialog: You can remove a assigned category by...
November 27, 2009
Telerik XAML Controls Q3 2009 Release
It has been another quarter for the XAML teams here at Telerik. During this time we worked on producing new tools and significant new features demanded by our customers. The results of our efforts can be seen in the latest Q3 2009 release that was officially launched two days ago. In this release we included lots of new tools, including navigational controls, like RibbonBar(Silverlight WPF), OutlookBar(Silverlight WPF); rich UI(visual) components like TileView(Silverlight WPF), Book, Map; Commands support with our Button controls(Silverlight WPF). The RadGridView control now uses new UI virtualization mechanism that makes you scroll 5x faster than before. The new UI virtualization works both vertically and horizontally,...
November 10, 2009
Telerik announces second Beta release of RadControls for Silverlight/WPF Q3 2009
Our second Beta release is now available for download and it once again includes brand new controls as well as major new additions. RadGridView now features Vertical and Horizontal UI Virtualization with container recycling added for rows and cells. Thus, the performance and the responsiveness of the control has become 5x faster. The control also provides an extended Validation support by adding metadata driven validation (via data annotations attributes) and validation events that allow support for custom validation. RadChart now provides full Negative Values support for all relevant two-dimensional series types. The controls also provides support for Multiple Y axes. RadChart adds a highly requested support for secondary...
October 20, 2009
Making a Step chart in RadChart for Silverlight and WPF
So a customer emailed into our office yesterday asking about whether RadChart for Silverlight supported a Step chart type. Well, while we do have a boatload of chart types already, Step is currently not one of them. But a Step chart is really just a Line chart with a bit of extra work, right? With the help of our chart wizard Manol, we were able to show that the LineSeriesDefinition could, in fact, replicate a Step chart. But that was with setting all points manually and took a bit of thinking to make sure all the steps looked right. So...
October 02, 2009
Sorting, Filtering, Grouping and Aggregating on all CPU cores using RadGridView for WPF and PLINQ
As some of you may already know the Q2 release of RadGridView for WPF ships with a brand new “data engine” entirely based on LINQ. This means that all data operations including sorting, filtering, grouping, aggregating and paging will be pushed down to the IQueryProvider when RadGridView is bound to an IQueryable. For example if you are using LinqToSql, LinqToEntities or OpenAccess ORM all gird operations are executed on the SQL server using the magic of LINQ providers. Staying on the cutting edge I decide to try out PLINQ (Parallel LINQ) and enable RadGridView to execute its data operations on all available CPU cores. PLINQ...
September 23, 2009
Testing & ALM
Latest updates in your inbox
How To Submit a Support Ticket
June 27, 2017
Progress Telerik R2 Release Webinar Recap
June 06, 2017
Progress Named a Leader in Mobile App Dev by Gartner
June 13, 2017