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Telerik RadControls for Silverlight 4 and RadControls for WPF 3.5 support discontinued as of Q3 2012
Earlier this year we introduced two schemes showing the support life cycle of RadControls for WPF and RadControls for Silverlight. With this blog post we would like to remind you that with the Q3 2012 official release you will no longer receive future updates, new features and installations for WPF 3.5 and Silverlight 4 controls. Since the WPF 4.0 and Silverlight 5 have been around for quite some time now and the public trends are that they are already widely adopted (what is more .NET 4.5 along with WPF 4.5 are also alive), we truly believe that this step will...
October 10, 2012
Silverlight and WPF Controls Q2 2012 SP2 are out
I am pleased to present you with the second service pack of Q2 for RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF. We have put a lot of effort into flawless operability inside Visual Studio 2012 and following its UX guidelines. Of course, we are also shipping numerous improvements across all the controls. You can download Q2 2012 SP2 from Your Account. Don’t forget to have a look at the detailed release notes of all improvements and enhancements for Silverlight and WPF....
September 13, 2012
Silverlight & WPF Controls Q2’12 SP1 Release is Here—with PivotGrid CTP!
In keeping with one of our favorite traditions, it is a great pleasure to announce the first service pack of Q2 for RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF. As usual, we are shipping numerous improvements across all the controls. The most exciting news, however, is that the service pack includes the first public CTP version of RadPivotGrid. Our pivot control is a very powerful tool for slicing and dicing your complex data in a meaningful way. Check it out… The PivotGrid CTP version comes with the following features: Pivot UI Layouts: Compact, Outline, Tabular Tooltips UI Virtualization Quick Styles (Easy...
July 30, 2012
Control Implicit Styles or “Where is My ComboBox.xaml” of RadControls for Silverlight and WPF
It is gone… Merged in Telerik.Windows.Controls.Input.xaml. But you can still extract it, just read on. A while back ago we have released the styles for all our controls and themes of the RadControls for Silverlight and WPF suites as ResourceDictionary xaml files containing implicit styles. Currently they could be merged in the App.xaml files of your application and would apply globally. Of course there is more information available in the help sections: Implicit styles Silverlight Implicit styles WPF Some of the benefits are that the styles are no longer hidden in a dll’s resources but rather exposed in your application. And so it is easier to re-style some of the controls or...
July 27, 2012
Q2 What’s New in XAML Webinar Re-Cap
Special thanks to all those that attended today’s webinar. We hope you enjoyed the unveiling of new controls, features, and improvements. For a comprehensive review, be sure to check the team blog posts on What’s New For Silverlight & WPF in Q2 and What’s New For Windows Phone in Q2. Slide Deck , Source Code & Recorded Webinar You can get the slide deck to the XAML Webinar here and the accompanying source code here. For those that missed the webinar, the recording is here. Silverlight and WPF Our Q2 XAML Webinar focused on three key elements: HeatMap (Beta) for Silverlight and WPF GanttView (Beta) for Silverlight and...
June 19, 2012
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