Thank you to everyone who attended the webinar entitled What’s New and Awesome in Q2 2013 RadControls for WinForms. If you weren’t able to attend the webinar has been edited and is now available on Telerik TV for your enjoyment!
NEW DEMO APPLICATION
The Q2 2013 release of RadControls from WinForms has a completely redesigned demo application. It boasts an updated tiled interface that adheres to the latest usability trends, demonstrating a touch friendly clean interface that will allow you to find the content that you need – fast! Containing over 230 source code and application implementations – you can navigate the application by using the left-hand Control navigation pane, or you can use the Search feature that is powered with AutoComplete to find the code that you are looking for.
RadTrackBar has been enhanced with this release bringing you the ability to display multiple ranges in the control. The different ranges available are SingleThumb, Range Mode (with both single and multiple ranges) and the StartFromBeginning mode.
You may have noticed an addition to your editors within the Visual Studio Toolbox. RadCalculatorDropDown, previously available as an editor within RadGridView has made its entrance as a stand-alone control with this release.
Coming soon RadControls for WinForms will be releasing a new control, RadGanttView. This control has been a highly requested addition to the toolset. This control gives you the ability to visualize entire projects including Tasks, Dependencies as well as the % completion – the perfect tool for you project management application.
When will the RadGanttView be available?
Current plans are to include RadGanttView as a CTP within the next service pack.
What options are available when using RadRibbonBar?
RadRibbonBar supports both classic and backstage view.
Is there a container for WPF?
The .NET framework has a container called ElementHost.
What other changes or additions have been made to Telerik WinForms Controls?
Above and beyond what was covered in the webinar, you can find detailed release notes for Q2 2013
We hope that you enjoyed learning all about what is new and awesome in Telerik RadControls for WinForms. Please reach out to us and tell us what you would like to see in the future. Whether it be new controls or features, we are here to help get your message heard, and we have awesome product teams that like to make sure that our products Deliver more Than Expected!
Carey Payette is a Developer Advocate. You can follow Carey on Twitter @careypayette or read her personal blog at www.codingbandit.com.