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  • .NET Web

    4 Tips to Make Your ASP.NET Project Mobile-Ready

    February 17, 2014 Share
    Mobile has become a worldwide juggernaut, with 91% of Americans owning smart phones and many in the developing world using mobile as their primary access point to the web. As an established technology with over 10 years of history, ASP.NET is the foundation of millions of proven web applications that now need to be better optimized to meet the mobile challenge. Learn how to deliver better ASP.NET applications optimized for mobile web browsers, and see how the Telerik ASP.NET AJAX controls can make this job easier for you.
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    What Carl Sagan Taught Me About Software

    February 13, 2014 Share
    Software ecosystems are vital to a developer's success. It's hard to place a value on the benefit derived from being able to lean on other's experience, as well as easily find and digest content that's relevant to your project. Ecosystems don't just sprout up overnight though. It takes the right timing, the perfect conditions and lots of love and cultivation. Trying to actively create a new ecosystem around a product or platform is a lot like terraforming. Carl Sagan knows a thing or two about that.
  • .NET Web

    Chrome updated and now my site looks bad, HELP!

    Google Chrome was recently updated, did you notice any changes? We did, and in this article Jeff Fritz will show you how the scrollTop property changed in the latest version of Chrome and how to work with the new calculation to ensure that your web sites continue to look great.
  • .NET Mobile Web Kendo UI

    GeoJSON For Pirates, Kittehs And Coders

    January 16, 2014 Share
    Kendo UI’s map control has a lot of great features built in to it, as I’ve shown already. One of those feature is the ability to display GeoJSON based maps. But, what exactly is GeoJSON? How can I built awesomeness with it? Can I use it to take over the world, or should I just go back to bed and eat cheese puffs while watching cartoons? Ok, sorry. I guess we can all dream of cheese-puffed-cartoons, but chances are we won’t be able to take over the world with GeoJSON… OR CAN WE?!