• JavaScript Developer Central

    Everything You Should Know About Filters in Vue

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    In this post, we will go through everything you need to know about Vue.js filters, from how to use them in your Vue.js application to how to create your own filters.
    December 12, 2019
  • Web .NET

    What’s New in Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC R3 2019

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    The R3 2019 release of Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC is here! Find out more about the latest new components added to our offering: Timeline, Filter, Rating and Card, plus new features like Search Panel in the Grid and enhancements related to accessibility and localization.
    September 18, 2019
  • Web .NET

    Your Monthly Fill of Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core

    Your Monthly Fill of Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core - August 2019
    The Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core team is working hard to enable our community of developers to create great applications with professional UI. Check out what's new.
  • .NET Mobile

    Filtering Options for Your Telerik ASP.NET AJAX PivotGrid

    RadPivotGrid’s development is gathering momentum and Q3 brings along a major improvement: our pivot grid control for Asp.Net Ajax already comes equipped with a powerful filtering mechanism. Let’s look straight into what this new feature offers. Filtering in RadPivotGrid supports three modes: report, label and value. 1. Report filters Report filters are applied on fields that do not participate in the grouping of the data but are still present in the underlying data source:   So, for example, let’s suppose that your data items grouped by RadPivotGrid feature a Category property with 100 unique values. Furthermore, your manager needs a report where the data should be grouped...
  • .NET

    Filtering with string parameter that allows free user input

    As you probably know, Telerik Reporting comes with built-in parameters and filters. Report parameters allow users to specify or control the data used in a report. They are extremely powerful when used in expressions for filtering, sorting, grouping or even directly provide a value. When used with filters you can limit the number of records in a report based on specified filter rules. If the conditions of the rules are met, the record is included in the report.  Let's suppose we have a string parameter that allows free user input, wired up with a filter. This way the user has the freedom to type any word and the report would be filtered based on the parameter...
    September 17, 2009