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Testing & ALM
Silverlight: Silverlight 5 is out. What does this mean to me?
Microsoft's long awaited release of Silverlight 5 happened on Friday. Silverlight 5.0 ships with a ton of new features, including new media and graphic improvements as well as extending the trust model to the browser (a big deal for some Line of Business applications). This release happened without any fanfare but that hardly diminishes its value. Some of the great things in the release are listed here. While Microsoft did not announce that there was going to be a Silverlight 6, they did announce they would extend support for Silverlight 5 for ten years until 10 Dec 2021, as long...
December 13, 2011
Filtering Collection Properties with RadGridView for Silverlight and WPF
By default, RadGridView will not be able to filter properties which are IEnumerable. However, with two of its features you can easily add this custom functionality. The first feature you need to use are the Custom Filtering Controls which I have explained in one of my earlier blog posts so I will not go into detail here. The focus of this blog is how to implement the IFilterDescriptor interface so that our data engine can filter your enumerable property. This interface allows you to provide a filtering expression. This expression will be used when the data engine performs the actual filtering. In the...
December 05, 2011
Introducing Telerik Color Editor for Silverlight and WPF
We are proud to introduce the newest member of the Telerik XAML family - the Color Editor. With its powerful color selection mechanism, the Color Editor allows an intuitive way of picking your desired color. The Color Editor provides support for few of the major color modes - RGB, HSV, HLS and CMYK. In addition, the Color Editor allows you to edit each individual channel of the above mentioned color models. Let's begin with the most basic declaration of the Color Editor in XAML. <telerik:RadColorEditor Height="220" Width="400" /> By changing the value in the color mode drop-down you can control which color model is currently active. As mentioned...
November 29, 2011
Telerik XAML controls Q3 2011 comes with new ChartView and next-generation CRM demo
Q3 2011 enriches our XAML suites with 6 new controls for Silverlight and 7 for WPF. ChartView for Silverlight | WPF Our brand new ChartView control empowers users to understand and analyze complex data and ensures great performance for your applications requiring rich data visualization applications. The new architecture comes to serve the numerous requests for improvements in our existing RadChart control. We decided to build this new control from scratch to achieve the best results that could not have been done with the architecture of the old RadChart. The new ChartView reuses the charting engine from our Windows Phone 7 Chart and guarantees...
November 17, 2011
Telerik XAML controls – Q3 2011 Beta introduces new and empowered ChartingKit
As Q3 is approaching we give you a sneak preview of what’s coming in November. What’s new in the box: RadChartingKit Our brand new ChartingKit control empowers users to understand and analyze complex data and ensures great performance for your data visualization applications. The new architecture comes to serve the numerous requests for improvements in our existing RadChart control. We decided to build this new control from scratch to achieve the best results that could not have been done with the architecture of the old RadChart. The new ChartingKit reuses the charting engine from our Windows Phone 7 Chart and guarantees flexibility, advanced customization options and unique performance. Check out the ChartingKit demos RadEntityFrameworkDataSource (WPF...
October 21, 2011
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