Telerik blogs
  • Release

    What’s New in Telerik UI for WinUI 0.5.0

    Announcing Telerik UI for WinUI v0.5.0—the latest WinUI release is live, now fully packed with tons new components and brand-new sample app. Today we are adding to the suite: MaskedInput, Map, Expander, DataBars, Sparklines, RadialMenu, EventToCommandBehavior components and CRM application fully built with Telerik UI for WinUI and Prism Library. 🐱‍👤
    September 15, 2021
  • Release

    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
  • Mobile Xamarin

    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.
  • People

    The LOB Chronicles Episode 13: Extending RadScheduleView

    The last time we all got together we were discussing some of the options available to us while utilizing RadGridView. Utilizing built-in functionality we could easily add pre-defined grouping to our grid as well as set custom cell styles and rules for what template will display, all without leaving our Xaml. This week, we’re going to look at another major control that is being utilized in the CRM demo to help keep track of activities – RadScheduleView. This control is used across the modules of the application for activities display, plus due to the architecture of the...
    November 04, 2011
  • People

    The LOB Chronicles Episode 12 : Looking at a (Rad)GridView

    During the previous episode we explored some of the controls that are being used within the CRM demo, including RadDomainDataSource, RadSparklines, RadUniformGrid, and RadCoverFlow, but don’t think we stopped there with uses for the RadControls for Silverlight suite. All of those were found within a single view of a single module, helping to better streamline development and provide the performance and functionality we are looking for, but that leaves quite a few other modules to cover. Since we’ll be seeing it pop up more than a few times, I thought it would be best to take a look...
    October 27, 2011