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The first service pack ​for Q2 2015 for UI for ASP.NET AJAX is live and ready for use. You can download it either from your account or via the Telerik Control Panel.

What's New

Before you ​read the release notes, allow me to briefly highlight the important additions to the release:
  • RadButton with ButtonType=LinkButton and Target=_blank opens two windows
  • RadDropDownList VirtualScrolling functionality does not work as expected in Ajax scenario when used in RadGrid FormTemplate
  • RadComboBox htmlDecode is improved
  • Integrate lightweight RibbonBar into RadEditor
  • RadGrid throws exception when paging is enabled and the page run in Visual Studio Page Inspector or under IIS Express
  • When RadGrid has enabled AJAX, Virtualization, Paging and Sorting, the AJAX will stop working after moving to the last page and sorting
  • RadHtmlChart is not rendered inside wrapper with style="display:none"
  • Ability to Disable Autocorrect in RadDateInput​​

Known Issues

Shortly after releasing the files publicly, we found a regression problem with the PivotGrid's horizontal scrolling. The problem and the solution are explained here. The fix is fairly easy--​the CSS class below:

<style type="text/css">
    .RadPivotGrid .rpgContentZoneDiv { overflow: hidden; }

The issue will be resolved in the upcoming SP2, which will feature ​official support for Microsoft Edge. ​The new service pack will ​likely be release​d in the next 10 days.

Q2 2015 SP2 is planned for ​August 26.

Live Demos

Don't forget to play with the live demos, which have been updated, too.

Upgrade Instruction

Just before you begin to update your project(s), it is a good idea to check out the upgrade instructions: Upgrade the Version of Your Telerik ASP.NET Controls in 6 Easy Steps.

Roadmap Plan

In case you are ​curious to learn what is cooking for Q3'15, ​go to: Enhance Customization with Version NEXT UI for ASP.NET AJAX.

About the Author

Rumen Jekov

Rumen Jekov (@Rumen_Jekov) started his career at Telerik’s ASP.NET team in 2004 as a tech support engineer and passed through the position of a team lead to a product manager. He has answered more than 51,500 tickets helping customers to achieve their goals. Presently, he is a product owner of Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX and a manager of the AJAX crew at Progress. Off work, he enjoys traveling across the globe, watching movies and tech shows, reading books and listening to podcasts.

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