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New Version Released – Download Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Controls Q2 2012 SP2
On the 12th of September was the official Visual Studio 2012 Virtual Launch Event. I bet you have already installed it and learned about the latest fast and cool capabilities! As we always strive to bring you the best and most fluid experience when creating web apps using RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX within the new IDE, we released a new version that will enable you to take full advantage of its enhancements – the Q2 2012 SP2. On the very same day! You haven’t got it yet – get it now. You can find the full details about the recent additions, new improvements and...
September 14, 2012
New Features of RadHtmlChart for ASP.NET AJAX Ship a Month Ahead of Schedule
With Q2 2012 release we shipped the first version of the RadHtmlChart control and, like any fledgling control, it did not have all the features you wanted to see, so we started working on them as soon as we got your feedback. We have promised we will add some of them in the Q3 2012 release (see our Roadmap), and I am glad to announce that we pushed hard and quite a lot of them are already available, far before the promised date :-) Let’s take a quick look around: Client-side Events This chart operates primarily on the client and it was inevitable that...
September 07, 2012
The Story of the Ribbon so far and to come...
The ribbon (or RadRibbonBar, as we have named it) is among the most tempting-to-use looking and yet somewhat neglected controls. True, it has received some Microsoft love with being the core command component in the Office suite, as well as being more deeply integrated in the soon-to-be-released Windows8, but overall it's not been used that much. Main reason being “why use it”. That, by the way, is an excellent question. So why use the ribbon? To answer that, let's first analyse the control and its purpose: it looks like a tabbed command area; a tabbed toolbar if you will. For the most part,...
August 23, 2012
Why Is Your Web Page Not Behaving as Expected – Troubleshooting Web Page Scripts
August 22, 2012
RadEditor for MOSS (SharePoint 2007) Discontinued as of Q2 2012
Microsoft is going to end the mainstream support for SharePoint 2007 (MOSS) on October 9th, 2012 (see on the official support lifecycle page), we also stopped the development of RadEditor for MOSS, just like we followed suit with the support for .NET 2.0. The last official release of RadEditor for MOSS is version 5.8.16 (Q2 2012), which is based on Telerik's ASP.NET Editor (version 2012.2.607). The RadEditor for MOSS build is using a .NET 2.0 version of Telerik.Web.UI. Since we are no longer maintaining a .NET 2.0 build, we cannot have new versions of the MOSS editor. Please keep in mind that support for integrating newer versions of...
August 20, 2012
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