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Test Studio comes with support for Telerik's agile project management solution – TeamPulse. The integration with the agile tool enables linking between user stories and acceptance test criteria in TeamPulse to functional tests within Telerik Test Studio. Thus users can further facilitate business owners – testers' communication by bringing transparency to converting requirements into tests. This webinar walks you through using Test Studio to link functional tests to acceptance criteria stored in Telerik Team Pulse.
Take a deep dive into all the great new features the Telerik Reporting and OpenAccess ORM teams have packed into the Q3 2011 release. Come explore the excellent stored procedure support in OpenAccess, take a look at how the ORM profiler can help system admins keep an eye on application health, and see how Q3 makes it easier than ever to get started with OpenAccess ORM. Telerik Reporting adds a new cool report layout, as well as report watermarks.
Take a tour through new features to make you more productive using Telerik Just* products for Q3 2011. You will learn how to improve your everyday ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC development with JustCode's support for CSS and Razor. You will be able to better detect issues in your applications with JustTrace's memory snapshot compare and filtering capabilities. And with JustDecompile on its way out of beta, you will be able to dig deeper into Silverlight XAP files.
In this video you'll see the latest features for Service Pack 1 to our R2 release of Test Studio! You'll see how easy it is to keep friendly element names in the repository with our new optional prompt-as-you-record dialog. See how you can monitor multiple servers' Performance Counters in a performance run. Also have a look at our improved performance test run Compare view. Finally, see how you can improve team knowledge by using the Test Owner property to help discover who to collaborate with on failing tests.
In this recorded webinar you'll be introduced to What's New in the Q3 2011 releases of the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX and the Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC. Get a quick look at the highlights of each suite, including new components and new features!
In this webinar XAML Evangelist Michael Crump will present us with the new features of RadControls for Windows Phone 7 suite. Explore the new features of ToolTip, BulletGraph, ToggleSwitch, Auto-Complete and much much more. Following that will take a tour through the new features of Mango and see how you can start using these in your own Windows Phone 7 applications.
Check out the latest and greatest from the Telerik Xaml tools in this release webinar overview of the Q3 2011 release. See how new components like RadChartView, RadPDF, and RadBarcode can enhance your Xaml application development and some of the new enhancements to controls like RadGridView and RadRichTextBox can further enrich the applications you can deliver for your end users.
This video covers all the major features of Test Studio's 2011 R2 release: Performance Testing, Manual Test support (with Telerik's Fast Forward booster), enhanced UI for the Element repository, and more.
This master class will take your development skills to the next level. It could teach even the best .NET Ninja a thing or two about performance optimization techniques, as well as about beautifying your application with HTML5 and CSS3. This webinar will end the series with Telerik’s Evangelist Carl Bergenhem deploying the sample application to the cloud.
Always on the hunt for the latest and the greatest in the .NET world? Join Telerik’s Evangelist Carl Bergenhem as he shows how your ASP.NET AJAX applications can benefit from the power of modern technologies. He will be binding the sample application built in the first webinar to eBay’s OData feed and showing how the application can take advantage of jQuery for client-side interactions.
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