• .NET Mobile

    Full Razor support and examples coming in SP1 of Telerik Extensions for MVC (2010 Q3)

    We’ve “signed off” the first service release of the Telerik Extensions (2010 Q3) just a few minutes ago and it’s on its way to you. Apart from the usual fixes this release adds full support for the new Razor view engine. The official MVC 3 release has been out only for a few days, but the interest in this new view engine is deservedly high. This view engine required some tinkering under the hood of the Extensions, but it has all been taken care of. Any issues you might have had until now (nested content rendering out of place, syntax errors in template...
    January 18, 2011
  • .NET Mobile

    Working with RadScheduler recurring appointments on SQL server*

    UPDATED: Rebuilt project with the 2011 Q2 version of RadScheduler You might have noticed that RadScheduler uses very cryptic strings to describe repeating appointments. We have decided not to reinvent the wheel and in fact this format is closely based on the iCalendar (RFC2445) standard. Here is an example: DTSTART:20080218T000000Z DTEND:20080219T000000Z RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;INTERVAL=12;BYDAY=-2MO;COUNT=3;   This rule says: "The event starts at midnight on 18th of February 2008, lasts one day and repeats each year, for 3 years, on the second to last Monday of February". Now say this three times fast. As much as standards-based those strings are,...
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    Upcoming features in RadScheduler Q1

    I am very excited to announce that the Q1 release of RadControls "Prometheus" will include major improvements of RadScheduler. Flexible grouping You probably are familiar with the “group by resource day view”. We referred to it as "Resource View". We now extend this concept further and you will be able to enable resource grouping in every view type - day, week and month. Here is how the week view looks when it is grouped by resource: In addition, you will be able to specify the grouping direction. The screenshot above demonstrates the default value – horizontal. Here is how RadScheduler looks when using...