Trend-Setting Tools for Amazing Mobile Apps – RadControls for Windows Phone now feature 22 native controls for building first class mobile applications.
This release marks launch of three new controls:
Other important features of RadChart are:
Telerik Calendar control is a component that mimics the behavior of the Metro calendar found on the Windows Phone device. It is gesture-enabled and is highly configurable in terms of styling and functionality. The appointment-awareness and culture-dependency enable the control to use the culture from the device (by default) or let the developers set any other culture supported in .NET. The control supports any appointment source and with the Mango tools it can be integrated with the phone device appointments.
For more details you can read the following blog post:
Building Windows Phone appointment viewer application
The control enables you to display a progress animation to inform your end-users that a long-lasting operation is being performed. The control delivers 8 different animation styles out-of-the-box and also allows for designing custom animations. You can specify custom content as well as define the BusyIndicator position relatively to the displayed animation.
As always we included major new features and improvements in the existing controls.
The control now supports CheckBoxes (incl multiple items selection) and improved Data Virtualization.
You can read more about the improved Data Virtualization in the following blog post: RadDataBoundListBox learns new Data Virtualization techniques
You can read more about this feature at:
All latest installation files are available under your accounts.
You can find the full release notes at Q2 2011 (v 2011.2.712) Release History.
Telerik examples are available on the WP7 marketplace