The content that could be found in the SDK is all the interesting, useful cases and examples that our community have brought and continues to bring to our attention via forum posts, support tickets and feature requests. The examples are developer-oriented and are a perfect how-to reference for interesting scenarios and features for the Silverlight and WPF RadControls. In the future the SDK will have much more content which will be only a few clicks away from your Visual Studio runtime.
If you only want to take a quick look at the available examples and their source code all you need to do is:
There is also a desktop program that you could install on your system and use to access the GitHub SDK repository, more detailed information could be found here.
After you have successfully downloaded an example solution, project in order for them to run out of the box you will need to install the Telerik RadControls for Silverlight and WPF on your system. After installing the RadControls on your system all you need to do is open the solution/project and run it. You shouldn’t have to add any other assembly references in the downloaded projects unless it is explicitly mentioned in the Readme.txt of the example.
The Telerik XAML GitHub repository is a great asset to the already existing Telerik online resources. The best feature of the SDK is probably that its content is a constantly growing resource that reflects the most interesting and useful cases and scenarios that we and the community have faced and will face in the future.
Vladimir Amiorkov is a Software Developer at Progress. He is currently working with Web, iOS and Android technologies and is a part of the NativeScript team. In his spare time, he enjoys playing computer games such as Diablo and StarCraft.