Silverlight 3 controls

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  1. kaykay
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    Sep 2012

    Posted 23 Jul 2011 Link to this post


    i am working in small company which has their in-house web application, which already using telerik radcontrols.
    now our company is planning to move this application to silverlight, our current application is developed under visual studio 2008 so we have to use silverlight 3 until our company plans to upgrade to Visual studio 2010.
    also before our company go for buying silverlight controls our development team needs to evaluate that whether  silverlight controls are suitable for our need or not.
    I tried search various link for silverlight 3 download but everything is outdated/broken.
    and everything i tried is for Silverlight 4
    Is it possible to get a trail version of the Telerik SL3 controls?
    so that we can plan for buying radcontrols for silverlight and our visual studio upgradation to 2010

  2. Rossen Hristov
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    Posted 24 Jul 2011 Link to this post

    Hi Kaykay,

    With Silverlight 5 knocking on the door, we don't have any plans to support and develop controls for Silverlight 3. My suggestion is to use the Silverlight 4 version of our controls, which is the one we are currently developing and supporting.

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  3. kaykay
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    Sep 2012

    Posted 25 Jul 2011 Link to this post

    Hi Ross,

    i understand that silverlight 5 is on the way and there is no support for silverlight 3 but as i mention in my post that, before we plan to upgrade our development environment we want analyze the silverlight controls. as we are using Visual studio 2008 this is only possible with silverlight 3 controls.
    it will very great full if we get silverlight 3 controls to check , so that we can plan for our software upgrades

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