I am currently trying out your WPF RadGrid control, and first of all I really have to say great job to you all. It's a really good product compared to all the others out there.
However, I couldn't help it to notice your statement about DataBinding
and I really cannot figure it out. Could you please be so kind as to helping me out on this one.
First lets look at this
post by Mr. Nikolay Atanasov. In it, Telerik proudly announces native Silverlight 4 support of it's controls. In the product list provided, there is your RadControls suit for SL4 (it's the last one with the red rectangle around it). The post is dated to March 18, 2010. Your own post, in which you say that there is no DataBinding
is dated to March 16, 2010. I am guessing that 2 days is not such a long time to turn things around so dramatically. Having said that, I am guessing that you probably had native support for SL4 long before the announcement day on March 18 (please correct me if I'm wrong).
By now your statement has been that your RadControls
have native support for SL4, and that DataBinding
is not possible on DependencyObjects
. To be honest I'm really confused here. A long time ago I've read this
post by Mr. Shawn Wildermuth about some of the changes in SL4. As he says, DataBinding
is actually now available on DependencyObjects.
When I read your post Vlad, I sat down and opened Visual Studio. Started out a new project and as it turns out, in SL4 the Binding
has really moved out to the DependencyObject
contrary to SL3 in which it really was in the FrameworkElement
My question would be as follows: How can you say your RadControls have native SL4 support, when you guys don't even know the difference between SL3 and SL4?