• Company News

    Our Growth Story Continues

    With the Progress acquisition closing today, I wanted to share why we are excited to become Telerik, A Progress Company.
    December 02, 2014
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    Playing Around with Telerik Tools and VS2015, ASP.NET 5 and MVC 6 Preview

    Last week was full of big Microsoft announcements. Announcements so huge, that they will redefine the developer landscape and the way enterprises think about open source software. There have been numerous articles analyzing these announcements (incl. a blog post by Sam Basu), so I'll skip directly to the main topic of this blog. We took some time to fiddle with the Visual Studio 2015, ASP.NET 5 and MVC 6 Preview bits, and we have some assuring news to share. Read on...
    November 21, 2014
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    Strong Team, Strong Future

    Telerik has thrived because great people build forward-thinking products, agile enough to pivot to meet the changing business demands of our 130,000+ customers. We’re happy to let you know this excellence will continue when we join Progress. Telerik senior leaders are committed to fulfilling this promise of innovation and top customer service as we assume our new roles at the combined company.
    November 20, 2014
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    Increase Your Mobile App Engagement. Become Part of the Web of Apps.

    Mobile developers are facing some severe limitations when it comes to app distribution: app content is almost invisible to browser search, app-to-app connections are scarce, and app updates need to go through a tedious re-submission process on the relevant marketplace. How can Google App Indexing, deep linking and Google Tag Manager for mobile apps help in the process of overcoming these limitations?
    November 18, 2014
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    Let Us Take You on a Trip to Mars

    The NASA Mars Exploration Rover had to complete its mission to Mars in 90 days. As part of that mission, a tool was created to capture all of the data and imagery, for use by future scientists and novices, alike. The initial 90 days came and went, and today—more than 10 years later—that same system has collected and harnessed countless operations, images and data points. So how is all this data organized and maintained? Is it accessible to all of us, so we can see and feel what it’s like to be on Mars? But of course!
    October 30, 2014