• .NET Desktop

    Telerik RadialMenu for WPF and SIlverlight Have a Different Look and Feel

    This blog post will show how you can customize Telerik RadialMenu. By following these easy steps, you can achieve a completely different appearance.
    March 09, 2015
  • .NET Desktop

    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 Desktop

    Put some CSS magic to your RadControls for WinForms

    We keep a close track of the latest trends and we know how popular HTML5 and CSS are these days. That is why while implementing our new theme engine, which we presented in our previous blog, we added a small, but powerful styling feature  and in this blog we want to tell you more about it.   Until now there were two ways to create new themes for RadControls. The first one is to use the Visual Style Builder tool (http://www.telerik.com/products/winforms/tools.aspx) and to create or modify an existing theme. The other way is a bit tricky as you should edit an XML...
  • .NET Mobile

    Get Better Performing Input Fields in Your ASP.NET AJAX Apps

    As we are constantly trying to improve our controls, in Q3 2011 we are introducing new HTML rendering for Telerik’s ASP.NET AJAX Input control – single input rendering. First of all I should assure you that the old rendering is still available, so all your custom styles and complicated scenarios with RadInput will still work. Let’s check some of the advantages of the single input rendering mode comes with:  No table is used when having buttons and/or labels, which results in quicker rendering. Less HTML is rendered as a whole, which leads to less data transferred to the client. The control can show readable text when...
    November 18, 2011
  • .NET Desktop

    RadGridView for WinForms conditional formatting – a matter of expressions

    RadGridView provides numerous handful approaches to customize its appearance, even at runtime. For example, you could use  formatting events or the Style property . However, sometimes it is handy to specify complex conditions in a script form. In our previous release we introduced an  expression editor which allows for using formulas and expressions both at design time and runtime. In our next release we will introduce the same powerful feature for conditional formatting. You and your end-users will be able to target and style RadGridView cells and rows using powerful expressions. With the help of our existing rule-based conditional formatting you can easily highlight all cells...
    October 06, 2011