• .NET

    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...
  • .NET

    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...
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    Telerik XAML controls Q2 2012 are here

     After another 4 months of hard working I am pleased to present to you the latest XAML release for Silverlight and WPF Q2 2012. Again, we put a lot of love and effort in our components and the result is 2 brand new controls, one of our existing components “grew” from its Beta to an official version and of course a numerous new features and improvements across all controls. Our new RadHeatMap control is in its Beta stage, but I hope you’ll find it as exciting as I do. Heatmaps are a matrix like controls which use color to encode a value along...
  • .NET

    What’s new with RadGanttView for Silverlight and WPF in Q2.2012

    by Miroslav Nedyalkov Moving forward to BETA After one Q in CTP stage the RadGanttView control is now BETA. This means that most of the core features are already implemented and the rest of the features we are going to add are considered marginal and will not affect its internal architecture neither its API a lot. We reconsidered the public API of the data objects (IGanttTask) and did some changes which we believe will enhance the experience of the control. What’s new? We developed some core features which add greater interaction to RadGanttView: Drag & drop – the user is now able to drag and resize...
  • .NET Mobile

    XAMLflix Video Tutorial: RadImageEditor for Silverlight and WPF

    Introduction Welcome back everyone to this week’s installment of XAMLFlix for Silverlight and WPF. We are going to quickly get you up to speed with RadImageEditor. If you are not familiar with XAMLFlix, then don’t worry – it is simply Telerik’s way to teach you how to use new and existing controls in short 10-minute videos. Let’s go ahead and get started. What is RadImageEditor? RadImageEditor is used to process images in Silverlight/WPF applications with no dependencies on external APIs. It supports various image processing tools and effects like resize, contrast, brightness, hue and saturation adjustments. Silverlight effects are used to execute heavy operations...