• Web .NET

    Leaving Silverlight: Your Options

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    Migrating from Silverlight is neither easy nor fun, but there are ways to reduce the pain. In this post we'll discuss your best options for migrating from Silverlight, and their associated costs and benefits.
    September 15, 2020
  • .NET

    .NET is Dead, Long Live .NET

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    Microsoft has already said that .NET Core is the future of .NET, which means if you haven’t started, you’ll need to start migrating your existing .NET Framework applications to .NET Core. We’ll go over a few reasons to be excited about this change as well as how to get a head start on the move.
    October 21, 2019
  • Developer Central Web Desktop

    3 Questions to Ask When Migrating from Desktop to Web

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    Understanding the common motivations, benefits, and methods of migrating business applications from desktop technology to the modern web.
  • .NET

    Migration to Telerik OpenAccess ORM is Now Easier Than Ever

    Have you reached a point in your application where you want to rewrite some portion of the code, change a public API or even switch to one of the third party components that are widely used today? It's very likely that you've bumped into this wall like most of the developers out there and you know that usually a comprehensive evaluation of the pros and cons of the switch is required to ensure the same improvement can't be achieved with some small tweaks in the existing solution. Either way, you might end up fighting with strange issues and spending tons of time...
    September 28, 2012
  • .NET Mobile JavaScript

    Migrating OnClientClick handlers from ASP button to Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Button

    Let’s start with some background – a common need is for a button to execute some JavaScript code in order to create a more responsive page. With the standard ASP:Button the OnClientClick is used to specify this execution statement. Take the following simple example: <script type="text/javascript">     function ButtonClick(button) {         alert("The Button with ID " + button.id + " was clicked.");     } </script> <asp:Button ID="Button1" Text="Regular Button" OnClientClick="ButtonClick(this); return false;" runat="server" />   What you can see here is a function called with parentheses, an argument provided to the function and the return false; statement that prevents the postback. The case with Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Button is slightly different, however. It follows the convention all other Telerik ASP.NET AJAX...
    August 10, 2012