• Testing

    Announcing the 2013 Q2 Beta for RadControls For Windows 8 HTML

    Check out all of the new and improved features just released in the 2013 Q3 Beta for RadControls for Windows 8 HTML! Plus a couple of goodies you never saw coming!
  • .NET

    Telerik OpenAccess ORM in action

    The Telerik OpenAccess Samples Kit speaks louder than words! Take a look at 50+ real-life scenarios of using OpenAccess ORM, new ones added with each following Q release.
  • .NET Mobile

    RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX Lightweight Rendering – Going deeper into HTML semantics and CSS3

    Are you curious about the new rendering mode of some RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX? Do you wonder what it will bring and how it will affect your work? Read on for a history lesson and a comparison between the present and the future.
    March 08, 2013
  • .NET Mobile

    RadAsyncUpload for ASP.NET AJAX Revisited

    File API and Drag and Drop RadAsyncUpload has undergone significant changes since it's initial release back in Q1 2010. With the advent of the HTML 5 FileAPI and the updates to the XMLHttpRequest object, it is now easier than ever to utilize AJAX mechanisms when uploading files, a practice that was hardly possible prior to that. As you may have expected, RadAsyncUpload is not lagging behind these concepts and since Q2 2011 it utilizes a FileAPI module, which is now the default one under FireFox 4.0+, Safari 5+ and Google Chrome and will be used by default in the upcoming IE10. The File API module provides all functionalities provided by the other modules (multiple...
    November 24, 2011
  • Company News Desktop

    When Should You Use Metro, Version 2

    A blog by Todd Anglin, Chief Evangelist at Telerik. (Original post here) During my busy week at the Microsoft BUILD conference, I cranked-out a quick and rough decision tree designed to help you decide which Microsoft platform you should use for app development:Silverlight/WPF, HTML5, or the new Metro/WinRT. The chart proved to be very popular, so I thought I'd revisit the decision tree and with the benefit of more time to reflect, produce a new, more complete version. Thus, I present version 2 of the "How to Pick Your Platform" chart. What's Different? In the original chart, the first question I made you answer was, "Do you need to support...
    September 21, 2011