Telerik blogs
  • Mobile

    Dynamic variable item height with auto layout and TKListView for iOS

    One specific problem faced by our customers is creating a UICollectionView with items of different size, where the size is dynamic and depends on the item content. This would require a lot of work and efforts and it is not a trivial task. All this is easy with TKListView. In this tutorial we will learn how to define a cell with dynamic size in the Interface Builder and to set up TKListView with such cells. Let's start.
    November 11, 2015
  • Mobile

    Your First tvOS Application with Telerik UI for iOS

    Mobile operating systems are multiplying rapidly those days. But only a few are able to capture people's hearts and pockets, while others sink in oblivion despite the fact that behind them are mighty companies. Like true Apple fans and contributors to the Apple ecosystem, we were quite eager to see if UI for iOS will run on tvOS. Despite some small gaps (like TKCalendar depending on EventKit, which is not part of tvOS) it proved to be easy to run our controls on tvOS. Read on to learn how you can create your first "hello world" app for tvOS with Telerik UI for iOS.
    September 15, 2015
  • Mobile

    How to Use a Third Party Framework in a Private CocoaPod

    If you have the option to choose between manually downloading and installing the bits from a browser on one hand, and getting them through a package manager on the other, then choose the latter. It will save you a lot of time and effort. Read on to see how you can use Telerik UI for iOS in a private CocoaPod.
  • Release

    Telerik Alert Coming Q2 to Fit in Your iOS Alert Scenarios

    Your application is almost ready. You've implemented all screens. However, there is an error coming from the server and you should display a message about it. This is a common situation, but what's the solution?