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With Q3 2012 we have closed the gap between the new standalone Report Designer and the Visual Studio Designer. Now, you can create powerful reports outside of Visual Studio. Register for this webinar and experience the new Report Designer features in action: working with reusable report templates, importing reports created in VS to the Report Designer, using an object data source/custom DAL, and working with expressions and user functions.
This webinar will examine the new features found in RadControls for WinForms. Included in the Q3 2012 release for WinForms is RadPivotGrid (Beta), Coded UI Testing Support, touch, legend and financial charts for RadChartView, a new touch theme, Visual Studio 2012 compliance and much much more. So what are you waiting for? Sign up now!
In this webinar, you will learn about the latest improvements in RadControls for Silverlight & WPF. We will start with RadPivotGrid (Beta), a data summarization tool with excellent data-visualization capabilities. Then we’ll dive into RadGanttView, which becomes official with this release. We will also introduce RadAutoCompleteBox, a brand new control that provides suggestions based upon data entered by the user. We will take a look at Coded UI support that’s been built into RadControls for WPF and go over some common features for both suites such as our new touch themes and Visual Studio 2012 compatibility. Finally, we will wrap up by talking about the latest improvements in existing controls . By the end of this webinar, you will be ready and eager to add these features to your next XAML line-of-business application.
Come grab a front-row seat for this webinar which will cover what is new within the RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX as well as Kendo UI Complete for ASP.NET MVC. Be among the first to see the new features and enhancements of each suite of UI components. We will take a look at the new controls and features, including the new Gauge component, improvements to the AJAX PivotGrid and the latest improvements to our Visual Studio Extensions.
During this webinar you'll see how Sitefinity 5.2 can help you manage and share content between multiple websites. You will also see how content can be published from Sitefinity Lightning, a new desktop-publishing tool (CTP), and personalized for each individual visitor by defining target audience segments, transforming the content and testing the result.
This is the third and final session of our three day "Getting Started with Web Automation" series. In this session Jim Holmes, the Test Studio Evangelist, discuss setup and teardown steps, working with baseline datasets, and how to data drive multiple values through one test. Jim also discusses some philosophy around how and where you should get your test projects in to your source control system.
This is session two of the "Getting Started..." webinar series. In this session you'll learn the fundamentals of dealing with dynamic content on pages (such as that from AJAX or Silverlight service calls). You'll also see how to work with tables or grids--a very common task in web tests--and how to make your tests more robust by using dynamic queries to find elements you need to interact with. Finally, you'll learn the importance of creating small components so you can create flexible, maintainable tests through reuse.
Sitefinity 5.1 will deliver new functional enhancements to the Sitefinity Online Business Platform that are sure to delight business users and developers alike. Marketing teams are going to love the complete redesign of the Sitefinity’s E-mail Campaign Management functionality as well as 5.1’s support for increasingly varied hosting environments. Developers will be delighted to see enhancements to Sitefinity's Module Builder and Sitefinity Thunder. The webinar will also showcase a new bonus feature yet to be formally announced.
This is the first of a three-session-series on learning the fundamentals of web functional testing automation. In this session you'll learn how pages are loaded (and why you need to care!), what the page Document Object Model (DOM) is, how test scripts play back and find elements in the DOM to interact with, and how to work with element locators. This series is targeted to individuals or teams new to automated web UI testing. There are two additional videos in this series.
Our Visual Studio Productivity Tools have always been about making your job easier, and this release is no exception. Tired of catering to Visual Studio’s multiple personalities between home and office? JustCode introduces a killer solution! Having trouble sifting through tons of data to resolve a performance issue? JustTrace makes it easier with data visualizations and filters! Have a buggy assembly and no source code? Simply open the assembly and fix the problem directly inside JustDecompile!