Is telerik ASP.NET AJAX Components good? Please, give your opinion

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  1. Felipe
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    Posted 08 Jan 2009 Link to this post

    Hi all,

    I am doing a research on which is the best third party components set for ASP.NET AJAX to choose and I would like very much to listen you telerik users opinions about your experiences. Please, comment, tell me if you like or dislike, and why. If you ever used (or know someone that used) another components set, I would be grateful if you could provide some comparation.

    Thank you very much!

  2. Aroh Shukla
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    Posted 08 Jan 2009 Link to this post

    Hi Felipe, 

    Telerik ASP.NET components are really good and "spice up" the web pages with tremendous efficiency 
    I have worked other 3rd  party vendors and frankly speaking components also very efficient.

    What I feel is that Telerik has an upper hand because of their awesome support team (hats off to them!!) and extremely/detailed documentation.
    My company has chosen the "BEST" 3rd party vendor.

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  4. Hessner
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    Posted 09 Jan 2009 Link to this post

    Been here for six years now, no regrets - only thumbs up from me.

    You will never "look back" once you get started with Telerik components.
  5. Andy Stapleton
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    Posted 10 Jan 2009 Link to this post

    for grid/form data entry they work fine, and do quite well, there are some gotcha's, 

    a lot of the examples are not the same, so one example that works, will or may not work with your setup or needs.
    as a inline edit mode entry(edit mode as default)., (store front), the performance sucks. I had to switch to infergistics for that functionalty 
    controls are good, and have excellent functionality.

    So, based on say management of data, and database items, good and workable. 

    ecommerce site with field for entry , (edit mode constant), find something else.

    scale of 1-10 for ease of use, 3....

    I will make some caveats, I have only used them a short time, I am a database programmer of 20 years ,and only have done 3-4 simple/moderate websites. and 2 years in C#.... 

    I am big on performance , so having my fun.
  6. Nikita Gourme
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    Posted 12 Jan 2009 Link to this post

    I am not sure about infergistics, but I do not experience performance bottlenecks when setting all grid items in edit mode by default using the approach here (no extra rebind needed). I also find the Telerik grid quite powerful and fast at the same time when utilizing the tips from the Performance tips and tricks chapter of the documentation and from this page on Moreover, I enjoy the new search options which can help you find a required piece of information in no time (found about them from a blog post).

    Way to go, guys, keep up the good work!

  7. Felipe
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    Posted 12 Jan 2009 Link to this post

    Your all contributions were incredibly usefull. Thank you very much for this. The feedback I had here just proved the strenght of the Telerik community. I made a report comparing the components I tested and sent to my boss and I am sure he will choose Telerik, as it was the set with most advantages and with the best comments arround the web. Once again, thanks for helping us making the right choise.

    Best Regards,

  8. Bhargav
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    Posted 01 Apr 2009 Link to this post

    The telerik Software is good but it is not working in so plz give some Information about it.
    Other wise i have seen the demo it is really good,Can we used as an Ajax Tools used in
    Plz give the steps to use in

    Thanky You

    Bhargav Nayak

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