• .NET

    Setting a theme of the WPF/Silverlight Report Viewer (Q1 2014 and later)

    Starting from Telerik Reporting Q1 2014 release both the Silverlight and WPF report viewers support only implicit styling. Implicit styling has several advantages over the StyleManager approach, like smaller assemblies and full Expression Blend support.
    May 08, 2014
  • .NET

    How to add minimum populate delay in RadAutoCompleteBox for WPF/Sliverlight

    When it comes to built-in filtering, autocompleting search results and virtualization the RadAutoCompleteBox is the control to go. The control provides multiple selection, autocomplete and text searching modes with it’s out of the box enabled filtering and virtualization. In most scenarios when there is a need for searching/autocompleting functionality the RadAutoCompleteBox behaves perfectly and gets the job done but there are couple more complex scenarios where it is possible to improve its functionality.
  • .NET

    RadSpreadsheet Tips and Tricks: Customize the Context Menu Like a Pro

    It’s time to dive into RadSpreadsheet and learn tips and tricks about the other extension points of the control. Particularly, this post shows how to construct a context menu according to your needs and also, add items that execute custom commands. The context menu we will create will have two menu items for the copy and paste built-in commands and also a Highlight menu item for our custom command.
    April 14, 2014
  • .NET

    WPF and Silverlight Controls Q1 2014 SP1 are out

    As of yesterday Q1 2013 SP1 for UI for WPF and UI for Silverlight are available for download. You will find all enhancements and fixes in the detailed lists for WPF and Silverlight. Here I’ll list only a fraction to play with your interest:
  • .NET

    RadSpreadsheet Tips and Tricks: RadToolBar in RadSpreadsheet – No Problemo

    To give your application a finished look, you might want to expose UI that allows the user to manipulate the spreadsheet. Typically, you will bind the RadSpreadsheet to a RadRibbonView that contains numerous buttons, drop downs etc. organized in tabs. However, if you want to offer the user a smaller and more focused set of options, RadToolBar might be a better choice. This blog post illustrates how to wire the spreadsheet to a RadToolBar – a task that is indeed very easy to achieve with the API of RadSpreadsheet.
    March 21, 2014