Telerik blogs
  • Mobile

    Windows Phone 7 and Azure Webinar Wrap-up

    Following the first webinar in our Windows Phone Wednesdays webinar series, I’m happy to say that the recording is online and ready to view on-demand!  You can check it out on Telerik TV here: Also to note for those who are in attendance, I re-recorded the portion where the Windows Phone 7 emulator was having display issues so that you can really take in the whole experience of adding data to your application and enhancing the app by using the RadJumpList control.  Sorry for the trouble, the display issues when presenting a webinar are hit or miss, last series for me...
  • Mobile

    Windows Phone 7 Wednesdays by Telerik

    Hey everyone!  I'm happy to announce that Telerik is going to be hosting a 100% free, 100% awesome webinar series on some hot Windows Phone 7 development topics.  We've got Telerik Developer Evangelists, Microsoft MVPs, and up-and-coming community influencers (one of which happens to be from the Telerik Insiders), all presenting webinars for you to get up to speed with the platform and the latest and greatest programming techniques out there, all from the comfort of your desk. Starting Wednesday, May 18th at 11am, tune in every Wednesday for four weeks to take in these great presentations.  Happen to attend?  You...

    Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC in Azure – Part 2, Deploying your Application

    In Part 1 of this series we covered how you can create an MVC (both MVC 2 and MVC 3) web application that is ready to be published to the cloud. Of course we also went through how you can make this application a Telerik application, taking use of our Visual Studio Extensions. What the application actually does is up to you of course, but now that you’ve finished developing everything you want to take it to the next level; you want to deploy! Launching to the cloud So your project is ready to rock and you’re eager to brag to everyone that...
    April 15, 2011

    Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC in Azure – Part 1, Building your Application

    As some of you are (hopefully) aware of, our RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX work flawlessly on Windows Azure. We actually have a short blog series available here on our blogs that go through the necessary steps for creating an application (Part 1) and later deploying it (Part 2) to Windows Azure. However, do our ASP.NET MVC components work on this platform? The answer is: yes! (Note the usage of ‘!’, that’s how exciting it is!). The best thing is that the process is no more complicated than what you have to do for our RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX. Note Since most of...
    April 14, 2011
  • Release

    Run Your Telerik Reports in the Cloud and Export Them to Word, PowerPoint & Excel 2007+

    As with every release, the Q1 2011 focus for Telerik Reporting has been on both -- the end-user and the developer. Analyze, Update, Present & Share Data Supporting the Office Open XML standard, developed by Microsoft for representing spreadsheets, presentations and word processing documents, was a natural evolution for Telerik Reporting. This notable end-user feature means that starting from Q1 2011 Telerik Reporting will be able to export its reports to 2007/2010 Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Word, and Excel documents. Native support for the Office Open XML standard means a couple of important things: Firstly, we are not simply exporting an image of the report,...
    March 12, 2011