Rich text editing in mobile browsers will never be easier. A new Adaptive RadEditor rendering will offer first-class experience and usability on mobile devices. We will first deliver optimized rendering and interactions for phones in Q2 and expand the support for tablets toward Q3 2015.
What should you expect among the mobile optimizations:
Adaptive Image Gallery will let you build galleries that end-users will fully enjoy when loaded in a mobile browser. When accessed via a mobile device, the control will deliver mobile-friendly user interface and support for the most popular gestures (spread and pinch, tap and swipe). The image gallery will offer three operation modes: Default, Image Slider and Thumbnails Area, including the convenient full-screen mode.
The UI will be reworked to be touch-friendlier and easy to navigate.
Reduced markup, semаntic rendering and easy-to-customize UI are among the crucial benefits of lightweight rendering, which will enable better performance and responsiveness to your apps. TabStrip, ProgressArea, Notification, RibbonBar, Scheduler, ToolBar, SkinManager and InputManager will get a new lightweight rendering based on HTML5 and CSS3.
It will be as easy as setting RenderMode="Lightweight" to turn on the lightweight rendering mode of those controls.
Create and customize skins to be compatible with lightweight and mobile (adaptive) rendering.Make default Bootstrap components blend with AJAX controls. Import any Bootstrap theme and apply the color scheme to AJAX controls’ Bootstrap skin.
We continue to invest heavily in improving and optimizing our controls further, and while there are plenty of improvements happening in Q2, some worth mentioning are:
Please note that we are extremely agile and try to adapt to any important changes and shifts on the market. While we stay committed to our plan, adjustments and changes might occur.
Rumen Jekov (@Rumen_Jekov) started his career at Telerik’s ASP.NET team in 2004 as a tech support engineer and passed through the position of a team lead to a product manager. He has answered more than 51,500 tickets helping customers to achieve their goals. Presently, he is a product owner of Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX and a manager of the AJAX crew at Progress. Off work, he enjoys traveling across the globe, watching movies and tech shows, reading books and listening to podcasts.
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