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    Telerik's ASP.NET AJAX Editor Gets a New Collaboration Feature – Track Changes

    We constantly improve Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Editor control with new features requested by our clients. In the Q2 2012 beta release we added a sneak peek of its new Track Changes functionality. It resembles the idea of track changes in MS Word®, so I suppose all of you know what it is and how it behaves. Still, let’s take a look at how you can put it to good use. How it looks For those of you who are not familiar with this - any change in the content area (inserting, pasting, deleting or applying formatting to the content) is tracked. Content that is...
    June 01, 2012
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    See the early bits in action – Try Telerik’s AJAX Q2’12 Beta

    I am happy to share with you that the Q2 2012 Beta of Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX controls is here and you can try it right away. Just as the Q1 2012 SP1 was full of fixes, today’s Beta is full of new features and controls. Let’s have a quick trip. NEW CONTROLS Barcode – The control allows you to visualize barcodes for your products using the most popular standards. It’s really easy to use and configure. The resulting image is rendered as SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) in the modern browsers where HTML5 allows embedding SVG in your web pages. In older browsers the output...
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    There’s a Tool for That: 13 Essential Tools for the Ninja Web Developer

    When I am not hacking code, I can usually be found tinkering with cars.  I have been working on cars for a long time, and have acquired quite a collection of tools along the way.  It’s safe to say I love tools much to my fiancée’s dismay. =)   In this blog I highlight a few tools I find useful for web development, and best of all, almost all of them are completely free! General Tools Fiddler Fiddler is one of the best HTTP debugging tools available today. It can be used any time you want to capture all HTTP traffic between your computer, and...

    Take a Walk on the Client Side with WebAPI and WebForms

    In my last blog I introduced the basics of using ASP.NET AJAX and WebAPI together in the same project.  In addition, I showed how to bind results from WebAPI to a Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Grid. In this blog I will continue down this path and implement insert, update, and delete operations using WebAPI and RadGrid! Note: While this post focuses on using WebAPI in conjunction with RadGrid, most of the client code can be used when working with RadGrid in client mode.Set It Up! To get started an additional reference needs to be added to the project: System.Net.Http.Formatting Adding this reference allows us...
    April 26, 2012
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    Stay Tuned - See What’s Coming to Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Next Version

    Some of you, who’ve read one of my previous blog posts, already have an idea what’s coming to Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Q2 2012. Now I am happy to tell you that we have the full list of all new controls and interesting features published and accessible through our public roadmap. The page has a brand new design and is easy to find it through the site navigation (Yeeey). Take your time to check it out here. Then don’t forget to share your feedback or ask questions by leaving a comment below. You know it’s valuable.  What’s next? Wait for the beta, which...
    April 24, 2012