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October 02, 2017
Kanban Boards and Microsoft TFS 2012 support in Telerik TeamPulse R5 2012
Our agile project management tool TeamPulse just released our R5 2012 bits and let us tell you, TeamPulse has never been that Agile. R5 marks the release of the much requested Kanban boards, as well as some other great features like TFS 2012, Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 support. Let’s take a closer look at the new TeamPulse features. TeamPulse becomes more Agile than ever with Kanban! With this release TeamPulse introduces the new Kanban board functionality which allows users to visualize their development flow and gain better control over their flow of work. The Kanban boards leverage the already popular TeamPulse...
September 28, 2012
MobilityDay 2012 Official Windows 8 App Developed with Telerik Windows 8 UI Controls
MobilityDay 2012 Official Windows 8 app is the next app built with the Telerik Windows 8 UI controls. In case you’ve missed this piece of information, the last version of the suite is Release Candidate, which means that it is still free, but you can submit apps to the store. And you know how important it is to be among the first out there. You can download Telerik Windows 8 UI controls here. Mobility Day 2012 Conference targets business decision makers and IT professionals who are involved in business and technical aspects of mobile solutions. It will be held on Sept...
September 26, 2012
Why I am Starting a Hybrid Development Accelerator
I often get the question, “why the focus on hybrid development for your accelerator?” This question has come up more and more as Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook’s focus on HTML5/hybrid development was a mistake. As I argued over a year ago on this blog, it is mistake to bet exclusively on native or hybrid since some Apps will call for a native approach and some will call for a hybrid approach. Projects that need maximum performance and hardware interaction will require a native approach (medical scanning/rendering apps and some games come to mind) and projects that require larger reach and very fast time to market require a hybrid...
September 25, 2012
Smashing Conference Mixes Art History and the Art of Web Development
Telerik was proud to be a Gold Sponsor at the very first Smashing Conference this week, held by our friends from Smashing Magazine. The Conference was located in Freiburg, Germany September 17th-19th. According to Wikipedia, the name Freiburg means "fortified town of free citizens". The town was found in 1120 by Konrad and Duke Bertold III of Zähringen as a free market town. Today Freiburg is known as an eco-city, and successfully manages to mix the medieval atmosphere of the region with the modern eco-friendly lifestyle. The Freiburg Minster gothic cathedral dominates the central square of the city. Right next to it is...
September 19, 2012
Official BASTA! 2012 Windows Phone App Built with Telerik Controls
If you are in Germany right now, you are probably attending BASTA! 2012 - the largest independent developer conference for Microsoft technologies in the country. With more than 120 exciting lectures, workshops, and sessions, it is an experience to remember. If you are enthusiastic about the conference and you don’t want to miss on any interesting lectures or workshops, then you need to get your hands on the official Windows Phone app of BASTA! 2012 built with Telerik UI controls for Windows Phone development. The app provides you with an overview of all the keynotes and presentations plus a floor plan with...
September 18, 2012
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