• .NET Desktop

    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...
  • Mobile

    Building a Seismograph App with CoreMotion, Swift and Telerik UI for iOS

    Data visualizations are important, especially on small screen areas, where Excel files or other tables are difficult to read and comprehend. Visualizations are even more important when you add the various sensors that an iPhone device offers, not to mention the different certified third-party devices. Today, I will show you how you can set up the Telerik Chart for iOS to live-stream data coming from the accelerometer sensor using the CoreMotion API.
  • Mobile

    UI for Xamarin Ships Extensible API for Easy Access to Platform-Specific Features

    The Xamarin.Forms technology does an excellent job at enabling .NET developers to build native mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone from a single C# codebase. However some of the platform-specific features which can considerably enhance your app stay hard to access. The latest update of Telerik UI for Xamarin removes this friction. We have extended the API of our Xamarin.Forms controls to allow you to effortlessly access our Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android wrappers types and take advantage of the platform-specific features.
  • Mobile

    Telerik UI for iOS Q1 2015 is Here, Featuring ListView (Beta), SideDrawer, DataSource and a lot more

    It’s 2015 already, and it’s time for the first major release of Telerik UI for iOS for this year. This release brings a lot of great new controls and functionality, doubling the number of controls in the suite. The new controls are ListView (Beta), SideDrawer and DataSource. Let’s dive into more details about each of them.
  • Mobile

    UI for Xamarin Q1 2015 is Here, Featuring ListView, SideDrawer and DataSource Wrappers

    The first major release for this year delivers brand new controls. Answering your feature requests, Q1 2015 of UI for Xamarin introduces ListView, SideDrawer and DataSource wrappers for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android. SideDrawer for Xamarin.Android and ListView for Xamarin.iOS come in Beta. The official versions will come in a about month, together with SideDrawer and ListView for Xamarin.Forms.