Telerik blogs

    Output Caching and Telerik Extensions for MVC

    When we pushed out Telerik TV, we ran into an interesting style issue.  We were using output caching on our index page to save the server a little work.  However, sometimes when a user navigated to it would look like this: This problem would only manifest itself on the production server, and shockingly there were no errors! By looking at the source of the page we quickly realized that neither the StyleSheetRegistrar, nor the ScriptRegistrar were outputting anything at all.  This made it clear that the Render method on the StyleSheetRegistrar / ScriptRegistrar was not firing, or something was causing them...
    September 15, 2010
  • Release

    Q3 2010 Telerik ASP.NET roadmaps published

    The Q3 2010 roadmaps for the Telerik ASP.NET AJAX and MVC product lines have just been baked and served to you (fresh out of the oven, as an old saying goes). Straight to the exciting news: There will be two long-anticipated new controls added to the AJAX suite - treelist and button - as well as several major new features/enhancements for the AsyncUpload, Calendar, Editor, Grid, Scheduler, Spell and Rotator components. We will also invest some time in improving the mobile browsers support of the AJAX controls. The idea is to dispense better user experience when you browse your sites (developed with our...
    September 01, 2010
  • Release

    New Telerik ASP.NET MVC and AJAX drops

    Yesterday and today we shipped the official Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC Q2 2010 and RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX Q2 2010 SP1 releases. My colleague Atanas highlighted the new hot extensions and features added to the Telerik MVC components family in this blog post, so I will leave him the glory and the applause :) The fixes and minor enhancements in the AJAX suite can be found in the release notes here. You may also be interested in reviewing the updated versions of the AJAX demos and documentation at the usual locations. Stand by for the Q3 2010 Roadmaps for both product lines which will...
    August 26, 2010
  • Release

    Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC Q2 2010 is official

    It’s a fact! The highly anticipated Q2 2010 release has just been pushed. As usual the online demos are at You can check your Telerik accounts for the download links. What’s new I’ve highlighted the new features and components in a previous blog post. Here are the things which have changed since then: Lots of new features for the editor: font name and size background and foreground color block formatting (paragraph, headings etc) smart indent and outdent predefined styles HTML snippets support for custom tools localization support Razor support – we may have to update it once the guys from Microsoft advance with the development… Fixes and performances optimizations. We have fixed all...
    August 25, 2010
  • Web

    Cutting edge meets Razor

    Last month Scott Guthrie announced a new ASP.NET View Engine called Razor. Then Microsoft released the beta of a new product called WebMatrix which was utilizing it. It also employed a new web framework called ASP.NET Web Pages. Then yours truly made a few attempts to use Telerik Extensions for ASP.NET MVC in a WebMatrix page. The end result was promising. I waited for official Razor support in ASP.NET MVC 3. Then Scott “Almighty” Guthrie announced the first preview of ASP.NET MVC 3 which includes Razor support. This week I started to see how to improve Telerik’s Razor story… This blog post shows the end result.   Telerik...
    August 04, 2010