• .NET

    Another Sitefinity Case Study on Telerik TV

    Telerik Sitefinity evangelist Gabe Sumner and Telerik Chief Evangelist Todd Anglin co-host another case study on Telerik TV. This month, they interview Amith Nagarajan from Aptify as he discusses why his company chose Telerik as their CMS provider and shows off how they use Sitefinity on their website, Aptify.com. Aptify, which Amith founded in 1993, provides powerful enterprise-level software built to meet the specific needs of many industries. So be sure to drop by Telerik TV and watch as Amith shows how easy it was to use Sitefinity CMS to build a powerful and flexible web site....
    November 05, 2008
  • .NET

    Sitefinity Case Study on Telerik TV

    Carl Franklin and Telerik's own Gabe Sumner host another case study on Telerik TV. This month, they'll interview Mark Davidson from Netfinity as he shows off Fusion Car Audio, the official site for New Zealand's leading exporter of consumer electronics. If you use Sitefinity yourself or are just curious about Telerik's award-winning CMS, you won't want to miss this show. Fusion Car Audio was built with Sitefinity, making use of built-in multi-language and regional capabilities and then extended with some custom modules. The site is SEO friendly and uses extensive URL re-writing techniques to maximize content across multiple regions and languages. So be...
    October 13, 2008
  • .NET

    Telerik TV Launches Episode 3 - SimNet

    Episode 3 - SimNet with Torger J. Wuellner Join Carl Franklin in the latest episode of Telerik TV as he hosts Torger J. Wuellner of Triad Interactive. In this episode Torger shows off SimNet, an e-learning platform which offers students the opportunity to learn Microsoft tools in a simulated Microsoft Office and Windows Vista environment. SimNet's portal site is built with the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX and is packed full of cool features. Watch as Torger demonstrates how he was able to use the built-in functionality of a RadWindow control to pass data to its parent page, or how he was...
    July 17, 2008