• .NET

    Comparing Generic Types

        Today I was dealing with the problem of comparing generic types in Silverlight. After researching the problem I found many similar issues for which I couldn't find any straightforward solution on the web. So here we go - a post on the issue how to compare generic types. First, let’s say we have a simple generic class which is composed of two generic properties A and B, and a method that we will later use to compare these two properties. Moreover, I will constraint the class to invoke the constructor of the generic type argument by using where T : new()      public class GenericClass<T> where T : new()       {...
    January 10, 2009
  • .NET

    Marketing and Silverlight, configuring cross-domain banners

    I have been part of Telerik’s Silverlight team for almost a year now, and I too well know that our marketing team is just two floors away to say anything bad about marketing.  So I will just say that now having Silverlight 2 in its official version out, marketing mix should adopt one more P in its four P’s concept, Ptechnology. That is why, I will try to explain this topic step by step, so that all marketing guys attracted by the name of this topic can delete the first paragraph and give it to their development teams for consideration....
    December 30, 2008
  • .NET

    RadControls for Silverlight 2 Released Soon!

    The RadControls for Silverlight 2 have remained a beta product as we waited on Microsoft to finish the second major version of their browser plug-in. Well, without much fanfare Silverlight 2 was officially released today. In case you haven't been paying attention, this version is huge and introduces an enormous amount of improvements from version 1, the biggest of which is its support for .NET code in the browser. As with our other control suites, the Silverlight team at Telerik has remained on the cutting edge of this new technology and is eager to release the official version of its RadControls...
    October 14, 2008