• Mobile

    Q2 Telerik UI for iOS Offers DataForm and More

    The second major installment of Telerik UI for iOS for this year is already here, packed and stacked with new features and improvements. Two new great controls complement the suite: DataForm and Alert. Without beating about the bush, let’s dive into more details about each of these controls.
  • Mobile

    ListView and DataForm in UI for Xamarin Q2 Release

    It’s time for the second major UI for Xamarin release for this year, Q2 2015, and we are just excited as your are. With this release, ListView for Xamarin Forms gets rid of the Beta tag and becomes official, and now you can use it in production in apps developed with a single shared C# code base. Read on to learn what's in Q2 2015 for you.
  • Mobile

    Q2 UI for Xamarin Beta Debuts ListView for Xamarin.Forms

    I am glad to announce the immediate availability of the highly anticipated ListView for Xamarin.Forms control in Beta two weeks before we release it officially with Q2 2015. The new control is supported by a Demo app (called SDKBrowser). Read on to learn more about the suite improvements coming with this version.
  • Mobile

    Telerik UI for iOS Works Flawlessly with iOS 9 Beta

    We are in the middle of the most exciting week in 2015 for the whole iOS developer community. Apple showcased great features for the end users, and there were also a bunch of new and improved kits that will make each iOS (game) developer’s life much much easier. We wondered how iOS 9 and Swift 2.0 would affect Telerik UI for iOS and quickly tested our Swift and Objective-C Demo apps against the new environment. Read on to check how it went. We would also be interested to hear your opinion about whether and for how long we should still support iOS 7.
  • .NET

    Telerik RadControls Enable New Breed of WinForms Apps

    We have done a lot recently to make it possible for a WinForms app to get closer to the new UX trends set by the great WPF and Silverlight technologies. I know it would be hard to convince you that, but luckily I happen to have a slick new WinForms demo app to help me in this endeavor. The new RadControls for WinForms QSF comes with an animated welcome screen describing some of the unique features of Telerik WinForms suite: The fisheye bar at bottom animates so smoothly, that anytime I run the app I just can’t help myself but play with...