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Telerik is introducing a wide range of capabilities in the Q2 2014 DevCraft™ edition to help you build .NET apps using any technology—established or evolving. New responsive capabilities will help your ASP.NET projects meet the mobile challenge, plus it includes significant document processing and productivity enhancements for desktop and web.
In this Telerik Sitefinity technical webinar we will show you:
Today’s developers need the freedom to create experiences that feel natural, comfortable and consistent—regardless of end user device. They seek extensible and open tools capable of playing nice with other libraries, yet equally suited for producing world-class, reliable applications and cross-device experiences that look great and perform well. And if the technology is open source, all the better. Too much to ask? Not at all.
Mobile is disrupting software development, challenging everything we thought we knew about how to build, test and deliver software. With slashed development cycles and increased expectations for perfect user experiences, you need new ways to build quality apps fast. Join us for a webinar to learn what it takes to create outstanding mobile app experiences from design to deployment.
The 7 key steps we covered during the webinar:
You don’t need to abandon your tools, infrastructure and experience to build mobile apps. In this webinar, you’ll learn how Telerik Platform—our complete mobile application development platform—can be used inside Visual Studio to create cross-platform mobile apps.
You’ll learn how DevCraft—the most comprehensive .NET toolbox—helps you solve your biggest .NET challenges. Watch now and:
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With 8,000+ live attendees and 1,700 developer months in making the platform, the launch keynote of the Telerik mobile development platform shattered previous records and overwhelmed our event services. We are humbled and energized by the HUGE interest we've received. If you missed the launch, now is your chance to see it for yourself.
Will your website withstand your company's next product roll-out? Are you losing customers because your slow website is driving them to your competitors? Are consumers of your sites' services getting fed up with blocked connections and dropped sessions?
In this webinar Jim Holmes, Director of Engineering for Telerik's Test Studio, shows how you can answer these questions using the upcoming release of Test Studio. He walks you through load testing a site at the user interface level and shows off Test Studio's new features for load testing web services. You'll learn how Test Studio enables you to inspect performance monitor counters across all servers in your topology, and you'll see how easy it is to monitor page-specific errors as well.
From the London Olympics of 2012 to the U.S. health exchanges today, web sites and web applications continue to fail under real world user interaction. The result is site downtime, embarrassment, loss of revenue, and unwanted negative publicity. Why do web sites fail when it is usually vitally important that they remain operational and responsive to users?
This webinar provides examples of high-profile web site failures, and offers insights into why these failures occur and what the cost is to the organization. It describes practices that enable all organizations to better prepare for traffic in response to new applications or marketing initiatives.
Many software trends are driving how testers approach the art and science of testing. These trends are challenging testers to make better use of both their skills and the tools available for testing with disruptive technologies. Telerik evangelists Steven Vore and Peter Varhol discuss and demonstrate how testing is changing in response to new technologies such as mobile computing, data and analytics, agile development methodologies, and cloud computing. These trends, defined by the Gartner Magic Quadrant for automated software testing suites, provide a clear window into software test management and software testing in the trenches today and in the future.