Telerik blogs
  • Release

    Telerik UI and Visual Studio 2017 RC: Let’s Code

    DevCraft is Ready for Visual Studio 2017
    It is an amazing time to be a .NET developer. The remarkable announcements during the first keynote of Connect(); 2016 mean that Microsoft really is staying behind its "Any Developer, Any App, Any Platform" strategy. For those of you who plan on playing with the RC version of Visual Studio 2017, our most popular UI toolsets are compatible with Visual Studio 2017 RC!
    November 16, 2016
  • Mobile

    Building Hybrid Mobile Apps with PhoneGap & Kendo UI (Session Recording)

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    The fastest way to build apps that reach the largest number of screens is still the web. But if you need access to native device capabilities, the next best option is hybrid. Hybrid apps leverage 100%...
    November 13, 2015
  • Release

    Overview of Telerik Platform Enterprise Enhancements

    We are pleased to announce the immediate launch of Telerik Platform Enterprise Edition. While Telerik Platform has always offered some enterprise-targeted features, we’ve invested a lot of time over the last year fine-tuning Telerik Platform to bring all the pieces together for developers working in complex enterprise environments.
    May 18, 2015
  • Release

    Kendo UI Q1 2015 Recording, Winners and Questions

    The Telerik Kendo UI Q1 2015 webinar is over. But don't worry! The fun continues with its recording now available on YouTube. Also, we announce the winners from the webinar and answer a subset of your questions.
    April 16, 2015
  • People

    What’s Your Definition of a Masterpiece?

    In August, Telerik hosted a panel session , “Coding Tomorrow’s Masterpieces: An Intimate Conversation with App Dev Masters.” The panel participants included heavy hitters - NASA’s Planetary Data Systems, CBRE, St. Jude Medical, Couchbase, Tactile and Forrester Research. The premise for the session was around the idea of creating software masterpieces. Similar to a great piece of art, a superbly crafted piece of furniture or even a fine wine, it takes time, a level of expertise, craftsmanship and dedication to result in something truly remarkable that stands the test of time.
    November 03, 2014