• .NET Mobile

    Easy Steps to Visualizing an Organization in your ASP.NET AJAX Application

    Have you been looking for a way to visually represent your organization? You’re not alone - many of our customers have been requesting this exact feature. Enter the RadOrgChart. This new ASP.NET AJAX control is perfect for displaying hierarchical structures in a visually appealing and intuitive way. My colleague Nikolay already wrote a blog post regarding the features of this control and the post has a lot of good links that you can follow. What I wanted to take a look at here is how you can get started working with this new and awesome control today, so let’s get started...
    December 01, 2011
  • .NET Mobile

    AJAX Series Part 1: Building a Web Applications with Third-party Controls in Real Time

    First of all, I want to thank everyone that joined us for the first part of this ASP.NET AJAX Webinar Series! There was a great turnout, and from the look of the comments you guys enjoyed the material as well! Keep in mind that next Tuesday, August 23rd, the second part of the series takes place at 11 AM EST (-5 UCT) so set up your reminders now :) As mentioned during the webinar I wanted to follow up with a blog post containing the answers to all of the questions that popped up during the presentation. If your exact question...
    August 18, 2011
  • .NET Mobile JavaScript

    Getting Started with RadNotification

    Having the ability to quickly, and easily, present an important piece of information to your users is very important. However, having a huge window or a JavaScript alert popup appear in the middle of the screen certainly isn’t too discrete and can end up annoying the user. This is why we created the RadNotification control. This new component allows you to have a similar popup to what you might already be used to from Outlook, a quick box that appears somewhere on the screens and then later disappears. In this blog post we will take a look at this new...
  • .NET Desktop

    Getting Started Video Series for RadTimeBar for Silverlight and WPF

    A week after the official release of RadTimeBar for Silverlight and WPF with the Q1 2011 SP1 release, we have some fresh new resources ready for you to watch to start getting the hang of working with RadTimeBar and integration with other RadControls. Last week I blogged about the Official Release of RadTimeBar, which included walking through some examples and some sample code.  But some of you would rather see it in action along with an expert voice on how this integration can take place - and we heard you!  We have just published three new videos up to Telerik TV...
    April 27, 2011