The problem is that the page https://www.telerik.com/products/decompiler.aspx states "Visual Studio 2015 Ready" and "Supports .NET 2, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 4.5.1, .." which are far from curent release so the implication is that this is a dying product [avoid] which seems to be untrue and that Progress are continuing with it [hooray].
I am saying that the martketing makeover to reassure developers considering expending the inevitable learning curve to master this [and other Telerik/Progress] products.
I was responding to an email Dec11 by Steve
Faberman (Chief Legal Officer, Progress) and chose to explore this referenced URL https://www.progress.com/legal/trademarks but this is a flat text list without any useful pointers to the particular product specifics. Yes I know that products likely update frequently, so this could be fragile, but making such hotlinks go to a search ramp (e.g. https://www.progress.com/search?q=justdecompile) would be much preferable.
That said this was somewhat disappointing as most entries were press releases rather than hoped-for technical articles.
Hopefully Progress will choose to maintain developers' faith in the Telerik product range and "free for life" mantras instead of solely chasing top dollar family items!