Telerik blogs
  • Release

    Telerik UI for WPF R3 2019: New Features in SyntaxEditor, GridView, VirtualGrid and More

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    The service pack for R3 2019 is now live! It comes packed with 60+ improvements and new features for the SyntaxEditor, VirtualGrid, GridView, ChartView and other controls. Let me guide you through what is new in Telerik UI for WPF and Telerik UI for Silverlight.
    October 23, 2019
  • Desktop WPF

    All About the Telerik WPF DataGrid

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    The Telerik WPF DataGrid is a powerful and easy-to-use component for desktop applications, which offers a variety of built-in features to cover a the vast majority of scenarios for line-of-business apps. In this article we will take a deep dive into its key features, as well as how to load data into the component, optimize for performance, and style and customize it for a more modern and personal look and feel.
    March 28, 2019
  • Release

    New Controls, VS 2019 and .NET Core Support in Telerik UI for WPF in R1 2019

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    Happy New Year and Happy new release of Telerik UI for WPF and Telerik UI for Silverlight. We are introducing new NavigationView, DiagramRibbon and HyperlinkButton controls, .NET Core 3 and VS 2019 support as well as tons of useful new features.
    January 16, 2019

    How to load 1M+ records in Telerik’s ASP.NET Grid without Compromising Performance

    The latest release of Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX controls (Q3 2013) shipped the so famous virtualization feature in our almighty ASP.NET DataGrid allowing you to load hundreds of thousands of records without compromising performance. Another goal for this functionality was to replace the previous Virtual Scrolling and Paging features which were a great example but did not deliver the full user experience that a virtualization mechanism could deliver.
    November 12, 2013
  • Release

    RadGridView for WinForms gets an Expression Editor in Q2 2011

    Q2 2011 is approaching and along with the other new controls and features that we are going to provide, we are going to equip RadGridView with an Expression Editor. This powerful editor will allow you to build complex expressions using a simple Domain Specific Language, reminiscent of formulas in many popular spreadsheet applications. It will be supported at both design time and run time.  No matter whether you want to build expressions from scratch or select one of the prebuilt functions, RadExpressionEditor will provide a convenient means to do that. It will contain a selectable list of functions, operators, constants and fields....