The past few weeks have been very busy for our Evangelist team. Not only were they busy producing new videos for Telerik TV, conducting various webinars, writing extensive articles, and all the other things they do to help you better understand our products, but they have also been working hard producing new whitepapers. As a result, we are pleased to present two new white papers on RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX:

Client-Side Development Made Easy
In this whitepaper Todd Anglin talks about how you can utilize JavaScript to deliver dynamic and responsive experiences without learning a whole new programming model or banging your head against the wall. With ASP.NET AJAX and the Telerik RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX, you can quickly build web applications that leverage the power of the client without hurting your productivity, enabling you to easily deliver “top performance” web applications.

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From Concept to Complete
Requirements take all shapes and forms, but ultimately they are your customer’s description of what they want software to do. Turn those requirements into applications in record time with the help of RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX. In this whitepaper, Todd Anglin discusses some of the features built for the administration section of the Telerik TV portal and shows how the RadControls enable developers to go from concept to complete in less than a day.

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See all RadControls whitepapers

More whitepapers on all Telerik products are to come in the following weeks.

About the Author

Stefan Rahnev

Stefan Rahnev (@StDiR) is Product Manager for Telerik Kendo UI living in Sofia, Bulgaria. He has been working for the company since 2005, when he started out as a regular support officer. His next steps at Telerik took him through the positions of Technical Support Director, co-team leader in one of the ASP.NET AJAX teams and unit manager for UI for ASP.NET AJAX and Kendo UI. Stefan’s main interests are web development, agile processes planning and management, client services and psychology.


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