• .NET Developer Central

    ASP.NET Intersections: Developers Share Their 2017 Platform of Choice

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    "The only constant in life is change," famously stated Heraclitus, and he is still right 2,500 years later. Even if we focus on the relatively stable ASP.NET platform, we can still see a lot of change...
    December 06, 2016
  • Web .NET

    .NET Productivity Tools You Might Be Missing Out On

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    Our recent survey of over 1,000 .NET developers unveiled some surprisingly overlooked productivity tools. In this article, I’ll walk you through them and explain why and when you might want to use them. If you’re looking for some low hanging productivity fruit, read on.
    April 06, 2016
  • .NET Mobile

    The Case of Telerik’s New Old ASP.NET AJAX Upload Control – RadAsyncUpload

    It’s weird that RadAsyncUpload, Telerik’s next-generation ASP.NET upload control, was introduced more than 2 years ago and while its functionality is times richer than the one of RadUpload, the latter is still one of our most widely used controls and the former simply stays in the shadow. People continue recommending our older Upload control in community forums, our customers continue to use it in new projects and we just don’t get it.
    December 05, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    The best fit for your project - Telerik's ASP.NET AJAX ComboBox or AutoCompleteBox?

    We have always tried to listen to our customers' feedback and act accordingly in order to provide the best service possible and deliver more than expected:). A common feature request that we are receiving these days is to provide token input that has the same functionality as the one that can be found in Facebook, for example. On a side note, we have noticed that every now and then there are customers, who are having a hard time configuring our RadComboBox in load on demand/autocomplete scenarios. Then an idea came to our minds. - “Hey, why don’t you extract the auto complete...
    August 06, 2012
  • .NET Mobile

    Load on Demand and Drill Down, Two New Features to Make Your ASP.NET AJAX OrgChart More Interactive

    The organizational chart is one of the newest controls in Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX suite and because of this we know how important it is not only to improve existing functionalities but to add new ones regularly. With Q2 2012 Telerik’s ASP.NET OrgChart control features’ collection was extended once again. I am happy to announce that two major capabilities were introduced which significantly improve the OrgChart’s performance and usability. Load on Demand Drill Down Load on Demand With Q1 2012 Node and Group collapsing came out. Load on demand continues the sequence in a logical way. Keeping the idea of different type of collapsing (Nodes/Groups), the...