Telerik blogs
  • Mobile

    UI for iOS Officially Ships ListView and Embedded Frameworks

    In this blog, you'll learn all about the new Telerik UI for iOS ListView, all polished, and out of Beta. This control is the one-stop shop for your list-related needs like the need for multiple columns, load on demand, animations.
  • Mobile

    Building a Seismograph App with CoreMotion, Swift and Telerik UI for iOS

    Data visualizations are important, especially on small screen areas, where Excel files or other tables are difficult to read and comprehend. Visualizations are even more important when you add the various sensors that an iPhone device offers, not to mention the different certified third-party devices. Today, I will show you how you can set up the Telerik Chart for iOS to live-stream data coming from the accelerometer sensor using the CoreMotion API.
  • Release

    Telerik UI for iOS Q1 2015 is Here, Featuring ListView (Beta), SideDrawer, DataSource and a lot more

    It’s 2015 already, and it’s time for the first major release of Telerik UI for iOS for this year. This release brings a lot of great new controls and functionality, doubling the number of controls in the suite. The new controls are ListView (Beta), SideDrawer and DataSource. Let’s dive into more details about each of them.
  • Mobile

    Telerik DataSource for iOS Coming in Q1 2015 to Make Populating Data Easier

    In this article I would like to introduce you to the TKDataSource component coming in Q1 2015 in Telerik UI for iOS. TKDataSource is a universal adapter that employs the common delegate pattern, but removes the burden of implementing different data protocols for the different controls.
    February 17, 2015
  • Mobile

    Send Data to Apple Watch with Core Data and Telerik UI for iOS in Swift

    The Apple Watch has been a long rumored device which finally appeared in September, followed by a Watch SDK, called WatchKit, in November. The introduction of the SDK maybe raised more questions than it answered, and we like everybody else are looking into the future for answers from Apple. One such question is: how can I send data, larger than what is allowed for a push notification, from the iPhone to the Watch? Well, there are several ways to do it: NSUserDefaults Files Core Data There isn’t a single recommended approach by Apple, so all these methods are legit. However, NSUserDefaults is more appropriate for user preferences, rather than real data, and files may not be a good solution for all data scenarios. Therefore, if we have to choose, we will bet on Core Data and today I am going to show you how you can send your Telerik Chart for iOS to the Apple Watch in the form of an image and a string stored in Core Data.
    February 03, 2015