When we say Telerik UI for WinForms is the most innovative Windows Forms product out there, we mean it. The latest release features high DPI support, a new Material theme and more.
Telerik UI for WinForms once again proves it is the most innovative Windows Forms product out there. Thanks to our flexible Telerik Presentation Framework, which forms the foundation of the suite, we are able to deliver outstanding features that aren’t commonly found in Windows Forms, such as high DPI support. Let me walk you through the highlights of the latest release.
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These days, monitors with high resolutions and higher DPI settings are commonplace. This means your applications need to scale to these resolutions so they can be readable in every environment. While Windows does have a scaling functionality embedded, it takes a bitmap of the screen and scales it accordingly, which often leads to blurry UI and terrible UX. With this release, we have added support for RadForm and all RadControls to scale and render properly in various DPI settings. Text is also rendered crisp and clear.
To read more about this feature, please refer to this blog post on high DPI scaling, or read our documentation.
At our core, we want our users to be able to create sleek, modern applications. Staying true to that commitment, we’re helping our users utilize the latest UX and UI design trends with addition of the 20th theme to the suite—the Material theme. This theme is unique as it incorporates design elements like depth, motion, drop shadows, slick transitions and much more.
Authenticity and security are main concerns for businesses and governments in a variety of verticals like financial, legal, pharmaceutical, public administration, etc. Hence the need for high assurance when signing documents distributed electronically. In this release, RadPdfViewer comes with a built-in functionality to display signatures and to verify their authenticity.
The library for the creation and editing of PDF documents now features digital signature support as well. With the convenient APIs, you can sign documents or verify the authenticity of signed ones.
Take advantage of our convenient API for the creation and modification of forms and form fields in PDF documents.
If you are eager to try this out, download the newest version from your account (or if you don’t have one, get a trial). Feel free to post any comments below. If you have any additional feedback or ideas, share them via our feedback portal.
In case you missed it, here are some of the updates from our last release.
Stefan Stefanov (MCPD) is a Product Manager at Progress. He has been working with Telerik products since 2010, when he joined the company. Off work he enjoys traveling, hanging out with friends and reading various technology blogs. You can find Stefan on Twitter and LinkedIn.