• Mobile

    NativeScript 1.0 is Now Available

    It is only two months after we released the first public version of NativeScript, but we got tons of positive feedback already on the work we have done so far. We got 3,000 stars on GitHub, more than 1,500 followers on twitter (@NativeScript) and our public NativeScript forum is quite popular these days. This helps us a lot to validate that we are on the right track and we are working hard to meet the expectations. I hope that with each release you will feel more and more confident that NativeScript is the best choice for cross-platform mobile app development.
  • Cloud Mobile

    Announcing Screen Builder

    More than ever before, the heat is on to develop and deliver mobile apps. Not just any mobile apps though - apps that consume data, apps that are gorgeous, and apps that are a pleasure to use. Yesterday, creating a cross-platform mobile app meant learning new languages, new frameworks, and new tools. Not to mention the time it takes to scaffold up new apps or attempt to re-use the same set of business templates. Today, however, everything changes as we announce a new offering from the Telerik Platform, the functional app designer we call Screen Builder.
  • .NET Mobile

    See Our New Mobile Demos for Telerik ASP.NET AJAX Controls

    Check out the new mobile related additions to the Telerik ASP.NET AJAX demo application.
    April 30, 2015
  • Mobile

    UI for Xamarin Ships Extensible API for Easy Access to Platform-Specific Features

    The Xamarin.Forms technology does an excellent job at enabling .NET developers to build native mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone from a single C# codebase. However some of the platform-specific features which can considerably enhance your app stay hard to access. The latest update of Telerik UI for Xamarin removes this friction. We have extended the API of our Xamarin.Forms controls to allow you to effortlessly access our Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android wrappers types and take advantage of the platform-specific features.