• .NET Cloud Mobile

    Improving Site Performance with the Navigation Timing API

    The web is evolving at a crazy pace. Every day new frameworks, tools, and libraries are released with the ambition, if not the potential, to become the next jQuery. As a developer, I feel that sometimes it’s really hard to stay up-to-date with all the new software, techniques and practices introduced by top-notch developers and […] The post Improving Site Performance with the Navigation Timing API appeared first on Telerik Developer Network....
    October 14, 2014
  • .NET Cloud Mobile

    Building HTML5 Form Validation Bubble Replacements

    I’ve written and spoken about HTML5 form validation over the last few years, and one of the most common questions I get is about bubbles. By bubbles I mean the UI controls browsers display validation errors in. Below you can see Chrome’s, Firefox’s, and IE’s implementations: For whatever reason, we developers (or more likely our […] The post Building HTML5 Form Validation Bubble Replacements appeared first on Telerik Developer Network....
    October 09, 2014
  • .NET Cloud Mobile

    Why iOS Developers Still Need to Know Objective-C

    I remember it all so well, I was at WWDC 2014, when Apple first announced a new programming language for iOS called Swift. The first thought that passed through the minds of most attendees was something along the lines of: Wait…what? I love Objective-C, now I gotta learn another language? Is this the only way […] The post Why iOS Developers Still Need to Know Objective-C appeared first on Telerik Developer Network....
    October 07, 2014
  • .NET Cloud Mobile

    Grunt and Uglify Your WebForms with Task Runner Explorer

    For years, I’ve been registering scripts and serving them with the ScriptManager in ASP.NET web forms. In recent years, bundling and minification have been added to my toolbox, and I can use them together with ScriptManager to deliver a complete JavaScript experience. In today’s web, delivering JavaScript and CSS with a HttpHandler that ends in […] The post Grunt and Uglify Your WebForms with Task Runner Explorer appeared first on Telerik Developer Network....
    October 06, 2014
  • .NET

    Getting Started with WordProcessing in UI for WinForms Vol.2

    With our second blog post on WordProcessing in Telerik UI for WinForms we want to demonstrate how you can load and edit the document we created in our first blog. In this blog, we will look into how we can clone the document, change the styles for particular paragraphs, change the border of a table, and add bookmark and comment. After we are finished the document should look like this: