As a good tradition we are happy to announce the availability of Q1 2011 Beta of RadControls for Silverlight and WPF. Along with a bunch of new features and improvements we are glad to present you several new controls.
RadScheduleView for Silverlight
The ScheduleView empowers end users with unprecedented control over precision and flexibility when handling their appointments. This is achieved through features such as multi-level grouping, powerful zoom for smart navigation through a large number of appointments and blazing fast scrolling.
RadRichTextBox for WPF
In response to numerous client requests we included the RichTextBox control in our WPF suite. Just like its counterpart for Silverlight the new RadRichTextBox for WPF offers broad editing and formatting capabilities with unmatched performance and true Word-like experience.
RadDataForm for Silverlight and WPF
RadDataForm control provides UI for displaying and editing properties of an object in a form layout. It includes collection navigation capabilities, editing and respects key DataAnnotation attributes.
RadExpressionEditor for Silverlight and WPF
The new RadExpressionEditor provides end users the ability to write and edit complex formula expressions as a free form text. At the same time the new control gives the developers access to the structured data (in the form of a LINQ expression) about the entered expression. The primary use case for this component is integration within RadGridView and its LINQ based data engine, which allows unlimited runtime data shaping customizations.
RadSpellChecker for Silverlight
RadSpellChecker can check the spelling of various input controls. It can be even adapted to work with your custom controls and use custom dictionaries. You can integrate it to work over the RadGridView cells.
RadMaskedInput for Silverlight and WPF
RadMaskedInput controls are designed for masking (controlling correct input) and formatting (displaying) culture specific values like numbers, currency, dates and text. The controls support data validation and provide great control over the input behavior, navigation, masked text (when in edit mode), display text (when not in edit mode).
You can download the installation files under your accounts. The files are marked with Q1 2011 Beta.
Online demos are available at:
RadControls for Silverlight | WPF
Full details can be found at:
We will greatly appreciate your feedback in our Beta forums:
Nikolay Atanasov is Product Manager in Telerik AppPrototyper Team