• .NET

    (Re)Mixed Hierarchy Mode in RadGridView for WinForms

    In addition to the fact that our next release focuses mostly on our accessibility and automated testing as described in this blog post, in our upcoming version we will include many bug fixes in all RadControls for WinForms, including a highly optimized version of RadTreeView. In this article however, we want to present a new interesting feature in RadGridView that you will surely find useful. A customer of ours requested a mixed hierarchy mode where he wanted to use a self-reference hierarchy AND the classic hierarchy mode together. The scenario that he described used a file explorer where the main level...
  • Company News

    Win $1,299 worth of .NET Developer Tools from Telerik

    Tell your friends, have fun, and play for your chance to win Telerik Premium Collection for .NET worth $1,299! Every day for five consecutive business days we will ask two questions about two quite small tasks related to the demos of Telerik ASP.NET Ajax and Silverlight controls. Answer the 10 questions, leave the same e-mail address each day, and get a chance to win the Telerik Premium Collection for .NET. The game is already live and will end at 11:59pm EST on Thursday, Feb. 24. The winner will be announced on Feb. 25, 2011 on the game page and via Telerik's Twitter...
    February 18, 2011
  • .NET

    Bringing User Experience to the next level in RadGridView for WinForms

    In the upcoming Q3 2010, we bring the extensibility of RadGridView to the next level. We will add the ability to create and replace the row type for all rows stored in the rows collection which will give our customers almost unlimited control over the customization and design of the control. The new feature gives developers the opportunity to extend the default behavior of all descends of the GridViewRowInfo class. Here is how it works: Let’s say that you want to create an expandable filter row which has extended user-friendly UI for filtering: In Q3 2010 this will be possible with a few simple...
  • .NET

    Show off your reports and shine (Telerik Reporting contest)

    We are running a Reporting case-study contest with cool prizes! Share how Telerik Reporting has helped you in the work you do, what problems/impediments it solved for you, and how Telerik made a difference, and you could win a $500 Amazon gift certificate! For extra exposure of your work, all case studies will be published on our site, and the winner will get the opportunity to publish a video case study of their project on TelerikTV. All you need to do to enter is send a case study on a working Telerik Reporting project that you have developed. The three most interesting case studies...
    January 25, 2010