It's Thursday again, which means we're ready for another installment of...
If you haven't tuned in over the last few weeks to our RadChartView and RadBarCode posts, my partner in crime (Michael Crump) and I have been working on a new initiative to help accelerate your education when it comes to the RadControls for Silverlight and RadControls for WPF control suites. XAMLflix is intended to deliver quick, to-the-point videos highlighting features and functionality of our controls alongside sample projects with the exact code you are seeing in the videos. One step better, since our Silverlight and WPF controls derive from a common code-base and share a common API, each solution contains both a Silverlight and a WPF project so that regardless of which XAML platform you are using you can benefit from this series. So before you read on, make sure you've got the latest and greatest versions of our RadControls for Silverlight and WPF, because we're going to be...
Getting to Know RadScheduleView
If you haven't had the pleasure of using RadScheduleView, this series is just the right thing for you. Serving as a full re-write of our old popular RadScheduler control, RadScheduleView is built with performance and flexibility in mind to enable both simple and complex scheduling scenarios in your XAML applications. Without further delay, lets dive into what we have this week:
So grab a cup of coffee, take these RadScheduleView videos for a spin, and don't forget to download your copies of the RadControls for Silverlight and WPF so you can run the samples. And of course, keep in mind that Q1 2012 Webinar Week is approaching quickly, so grab your seat to check out the latest and greatest across the full Telerik portfolio. Hope to see you there, and stay tuned for more XAMLflix next week!
Evan Hutnick works as a Developer Evangelist for Telerik specializing in Silverlight and WPF in addition to being a Microsoft MVP for Silverlight. After years as a development enthusiast in .Net technologies, he has been able to excel in XAML development helping to provide samples and expertise in these cutting edge technologies. You can find him on Twitter @EvanHutnick.
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