I'm very excited to bring you this news. After much hard work and planning, we have finally launched the brand new Telerik video portal, dubbed Telerik TV. The new Telerik TV portal has been designed to bring you the best video experience possible on the web, and it's been built from the ground-up using the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX and Telerik OpenAccess ORM. Among the most important features of the new video portal:
- Big, easy-to-view videos
- Ajax-enabled video commenting
- Super flexible RSS support (make any search an RSS feed)
- Easy video browsing by product type
- Descriptive video URLs that are easy to bookmark and share
- Video "channels" for shows like Telerik Watch Minute and RadTips
We're far from done, too. Many of our older videos need to be updated to look "great" at the native "big video" size for the site (and we're actively working on that). We have plans to further improve the UX of the site. And, of course, we have tons of new video content in the pipes that will be regularly added to the site. We want your feedback, too! Let us know how we can improve the site and we'll work hard to make this the best video portal around. For now, though, enjoy the new site and have fun exploring the video content at Telerik!
Visit the new Telerik TV now Yours,
Telerik Chief Technical Evangelist
13 Answers, 1 is accepted
Would like to see code samples standardized on white background. Can't read colored font (i.e. dark blue) on black background (even on 24" screen). Lynda.com has done a superb job with their implementation, organization and presentation (somewhat similar to yours) - there are lots of samples to look at.
Also would like to see 3 to 4 videos of each control, from beginning (i.e. basic use) to more advanced (i.e. different types of databinding where appropriate) and maybe some "neat tricks" that can be done with them.
How about organizing the videos by control type within product type? (radtreeview could work?)
Great videos. My compliments on your effort. 1 big issue. Your videos have lots of pre written files why cant we download them to follow along. It is really frustratingh when I follow along in the beginning but then have to stop because the code gets large and there is no way to view it all. Please, please upload a link for the files so I can get the full experience. I am sure you want to maximize the results of your hard labor for your audience and having no files to follow along with you is like having a high end computer in your house but you dont have a keyboard to type into it :)
Todd (we share the same name :)
I really like the videos,
But: audio quality is very poor, and the video quality could be better too :(
I work for a broadcast company, have lot of experience with video files, and if I can say something, it could be much better, not to use VP6 codec for video encoding. H264 does much better.
Or, for screen captured videos like this, MS windows media encoder's screen capture codec does it really nice too.
Yes, I realized that the video I was watching is an older webinar, just as you said.
Thank you for your fast answer