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    Energize your Financial Apps with ChartView for WinForms. Multi-touch Charts Coming Up with Q3 2012

    Financial Charts Do you develop financial applications for WinForms? Do they need a visual boost in terms of financial charts and indicators? If the answers to these two questions are ‘yes’, then you will be definitely eager to meet the improvements in RadChartView coming in the soon-to-be-released Q3 2012. For this release we developed two types of financial series – Candlestick series and OHLC stick series. In addition, to aid the raw stick data, we have added a bunch of financial indicators that will allow end-users to easily visualize the trends exactly the way they want. Touch Support The next feature in the...
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    Pivotize your data with Telerik’s PivotGrid for WinForms

    Our Q3 2012 release is coming closer and closer and I was eager to share that we have prepared a new pack of fresh enhancements that will energize your Windows Forms applications. In this blog, which is the first from a set of upcoming articles, I’d like to give you a glimpse of the major features that you will find in the Q3 2012 installment. The top highlight of this release is RadPivotGrid (Beta) for WinForms. Initially introduced as a CTP in Q2 2012 SP1, RadPivotGrid became much more powerful in terms of stability and set of features. The previously available...
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    WinForms Q2’12 SP2 Brings New Enhancements with Better VS 2012 UX in Mind

    Just one month after the official release of Visual Studio 2012, I am proud to announce the immediate availability of RadControls for WinForms Q2 2012 SP2 release that is built with better Visual Studio 2012 user experience in mind. Back then on Aug 15, Q2 2012 SP1 of RadControls for WinForms provided support for Visual Studio 2012 from day one, but this new version brings further improvements to achieve full compliance (adhering to both functional and to the UX guidelines) with Visual Studio 2012. Today is a great day for Visual Studio 2012 as well as the official launch day of Microsoft...
    September 13, 2012
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    Pick & Read with Bookshelf – Our New Modern Style App created with WinForms

    The fast approaching Microsoft’s much-anticipated launch of Windows 8 caused quite a stir in creating Modern UI style applications these days. That’s why we decided to present you Bookshelf - our new demo app created with RadControls for Winforms. This is a Modern UI style application coming with full touch support using the irreplaceable Windows Forms technology. Please welcome the Bookshelf demo application: The application downloads all the book details' data utilizing an Ebay web service and then displays all titles as tiles sorted in different categories with the help of RadPanorama. All screens have touch scrolling functionality that comes out of...
    September 06, 2012
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    Get a sneak peek at our Q3’12 WinForms Planning

    The second major installment of RadControls for WinForms in 2012 brought to life three new controls to the suite; it boasted a fine-tuned theming mechanism and introduced various accessibility tweaks making it even easier for you to deliver your apps’ experience to visually impaired people. It is now time to look towards the next major release, expected in mid-October.   Let’s take a look at the highlights of Q3 2012 Roadmap for WinForms: RadPivotGrid (Beta). Being a CTP in Q2 2012 SP1, RadPivotGrid will be further improved to reach the Beta phase in Q3. The features that you can currently use –...