at least the demos are mobile-friendly

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  1. Albert Shenker
    Albert Shenker avatar
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    Mar 2004

    Posted 19 Oct 2012 Link to this post

    I had a chance to read this blog post today about the Q3 2012 release:

    The blogger was right. I checked out your latest demo page and I was surprised... It looks really great! If I could hang it on my wall, it would undoubtedly add to the beauty of my room. However, I am not an art gallery owner. I am a software developer. And despite their many aesthetic qualities, your new demo pages are a step backwards in UI design. Why do I have to click and scroll so much to view what I want? Why is everything SO BIG?

    Its almost as if the marketing department at Telerik has completely taken control over the operation. Everything has to be a selling point.

    If you want to make your integration examples primarily a sales resouce, then by all means, spruce them up. But your demo pages are supopsed to be primarily a technical resource. And in that, you should be striving to make them better for developers, not for marketers.

    In reference to the new demo pages, the blogger said  "we worked hard to make them more user- and mobile-friendly".

    She got it half right. I guess the next time I find myself coding on my iPad and need to take a look at a Telerik demo.. I'll be all set.
  2. Iana Tsolova
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    3388 posts

    Posted 25 Oct 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Albert,

    Thank you for the nice words!!!

    I am happy you hear you liked our new demo application. Having the feedback of the users so far, we will probably decrease the font size for the code viewer and hopefully you will not need to scroll and click so much. Should you have other suggestions for improvements, do let me know.

    All the best,
    Iana Tsolova
    the Telerik team
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