• .NET Desktop

    Telerik UI for WPF R1 2021 Brings CardView, Improved Accessibility and More

    I’m happy to announce the availability of R1 2021 of Telerik UI for WPF and Telerik UI for Silverlight! 🎉 It brings a powerful new control in CardView, as well as tons of features for TileList, RadialMenu, RichTextBox, WordsProcessing and other components. We did also significantly improve the accessibility of the suite and ported some sample apps to .NET Core & .NET 5!
    January 22, 2021
  • .NET Mobile

    Building a CRM with Xamarin.Forms and Azure, Part 1

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    In this tutorial, we'll build a CRM client app for iOS, Android and Windows 10 using Telerik UI for Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms backed by Azure App Service and Azure Bot Framework.
  • .NET

    The LOB Chronicles Episode 7: MEF, Attributes, and Behaviors (Oh my!)

    The last time we all got together was before a little conference known as Build. Everyone learned a ton of information about what is coming next in Windows 8 and the WinRT platform, but one thing stuck out for sure – Metro is in. Thankfully our designers have been all over this for quite a while and we have some very nice things in the works, most of which I can’t publicly talk about (yet!), but in the terms of this application we’re definitely on the right track. And don’t forget, an investment in a Silverlight application today means...
    September 22, 2011
  • .NET

    The LOB Chronicles Episode 6 - Development Best Practices

    It is hard to believe that we are already moving into the sixth installment in this series. It seems like only yesterday we were musing over UX, utilizing our UX base to craft plans for a better UI, and making data considerations in regards to a model and an ORM. Crazy how time flies and how much work goes into a sample demo application before we even begin development! In honor of the Build conference next week I wanted to dive into our current codebase (TFS + Get Latest Version is our friend here, the developers don’t know I’m...
    September 08, 2011
  • .NET

    The LOB Chronicles Episode 5: Beginning Development

    It is hard to believe that we’re finally here, but it is episode #5 in the LOB Chronicles and we’re now getting to start development of our new demo application in Visual Studio. For those tuning in late or in need of a refresher, we’ve already covered how our team explores and exposes user needs via UX work, how that translates into navigation paths and application architecture from a UI standpoint, and how the choice of OpenAccess ORM is going to enable us to use both reverse mapping as well as forward mapping over the life of the project,...
    September 01, 2011