• .NET Mobile

    WPF in Manufacturing Industries

    Today we begin an exciting look at how the Manufacturing Industry uses WPF in their Enterprise Applications. In this post, we are going to first take a look at what manufacturing industries consist of, why they are choosing WPF and how they typically represent data in their app. We will then switch gears and write a sample application using Telerik RadControls for WPF that can help accelerate your development efforts in this industry and others.
    February 07, 2013
  • .NET Web

    How To: Quick Database Explorer With Telerik WPF Components

    Yesterday I've made small example application to demonstrate how to utilize our virtual collection with unknown data and I've decided to blog it. The idea was to have two RadListBox instances and a single RadGridView. The first RadListBox for the DbSet names from a given DbContext, the second RadListBox for the property names with ability to select only some of the properties and the actual data in RadGridView bound to virtual collection:
  • .NET

    WPF in the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) Industries

    For many developers, it’s easy to get so caught up in our day-to-day coding that we lose sight of the bigger picture. At a time when there are seemingly endless platforms from which to choose, each with its own unique offering, it is important to recognize which platform is best suited for your particular application scenario. With that in mind, this post begins a series of articles focused on WPF development and the different industries and scenarios in which that rich, high-performance, desktop technology is used.
    January 24, 2013
  • .NET Web

    How To: Merge assemblies into WPF application

    As you may know you cannot use ILMerge to merge assemblies with XAML (WPF application) however there is a little known trick you can use to achieve your goal in a bit different way.
  • .NET

    What's new in Q3.2012 RadDiagram for XAML

    [Original post on the Orbifold's blog] Whenever we plan a new release we try to navigate between several stakeholders; the customer requests (features, ideas, bugs), demands by our own Telerik teams (not the least,Telerik JustTrace), the ever changing landscape of technology (should I mention Windows 8 and JavaScript?) and, finally, our own aspirations and visions. Trying to find a compromise between these poles and tailoring it to time and resources is both exciting and difficult, as every project manager knows I guess. Despite the fact that we so often impose ourselves quite a challenge I'm always impressed near release time that...