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  • GWT.create 2015 Conference

    Google Web Toolkit Blog
    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    4 Sep 2014 | 3:10 pm
    Vaadin is hosting the second GWT.create conference, with repeat events in Mountain View and Munich. This is going to be another exciting event, connecting GWT developers worldwide. The following is a guest blog post from Fredrik Rönnlund of Vaadin Ltd. GWT.create Conference, January 22-23. 27-28, 2015 The largest dedicated GWT conference is back in January. Last year over 650 people joined the GWT.create conference and this time we're redoing the conference as an even larger conference. We're happy to announce speakers from Google's GWT team, the original creators of GWT Bruce Johnson and…
  • Scaling up CSS

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    Michael Mahemoff
    5 Sep 2014 | 9:05 pm
    CSS has a habit of creeping up on you. If you’re not careful, your humble stylesheet can go from a few flourishes to a giant maintenance tangle. Before you can say “12-deep nested div”, your in a world of duplication and complexity that prevents you from making timely user-interface updates. [Medium's](https://medium.com) one organisation that’s been through the growing pains of CSS and Jacob Thornton (“Fat”) has an in-depth case study we can all learn from. Medium’s CSS is actually pretty f***ing good is the claim and it’s hard to argue with the…
  • Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: October 2014

    Smashing Magazine
    The Smashing Editorial
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:21 am
    We always try our best to challenge your artistic abilities and produce some interesting, beautiful and creative artwork. And as designers we usually turn to different sources of inspiration. As a matter of fact, we’ve discovered the best one—desktop wallpapers that are a little more distinctive than the usual crowd. This creativity mission has been going on for six years now1, and we are very thankful to all designers who have contributed and are still diligently contributing each month. This post features free desktop wallpapers created by artists across the globe for October 2014. Both…
  • Update on jQuery.com Compromises

    Official jQuery Blog
    Ralph Whitbeck
    24 Sep 2014 | 12:43 pm
    Today at 11:15AM EDT, the jQuery Infrastructure team received widespread reports and confirmed a compromise of jquery.com. This attack was aimed at defacing our sites, and did not inject malware like the attack that was reported on September 18th by RiskIQ. We believe that these are separate incidents that may have used the same attack vector. We took the site down as soon as we realized there was a compromise and cleaned the infected files. We are taking steps to re-secure our servers, upgrade dependencies, and address vulnerabilities. At no point today have there been reports of malware…
  • Available NOW: SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0

    The Isomorphic Software Blog
    Jason Hardy-Smith
    10 Sep 2014 | 7:03 am
    Our SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0 release is finally here and it is packed full of goodies! What is in SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0? You can find lots of details in the blogs below: Last batch of features before the big release New mobile features optimize user experience Remote debugging for mobile First batch of new features for SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0 Here’s how to get it: New Customers Download a full featured FREE TRIAL (60 Days) View pricing, versions, and make a purchase Existing License Holders SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0 is a paid upgrade. Discounts are…
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    Ajaxian » Front Page

  • Scaling up CSS

    Michael Mahemoff
    5 Sep 2014 | 9:05 pm
    CSS has a habit of creeping up on you. If you’re not careful, your humble stylesheet can go from a few flourishes to a giant maintenance tangle. Before you can say “12-deep nested div”, your in a world of duplication and complexity that prevents you from making timely user-interface updates. [Medium's](https://medium.com) one organisation that’s been through the growing pains of CSS and Jacob Thornton (“Fat”) has an in-depth case study we can all learn from. Medium’s CSS is actually pretty f***ing good is the claim and it’s hard to argue with the…
  • Mobile Proxies: A New Era Dawns

    Michael Mahemoff
    7 Mar 2013 | 6:35 pm
    This week, Chrome For Android M26 was announced. It has the literally-awesome ability to record video via `getUserMedia()`, but enough about making Skype irrelevant. What’s even more interesting is the new data compression feature. Which, to be clear, is experimental, has to be switched on, doesn’t apply to secure (SSL) sites, and it’s only running in the beta app. With this feature, Google will be delivering streamlined responses, leading to substantial performance improvements and bandwidth savings. In the latest Mobile Web Thursday’s, Google’s Pete Le Page…
  • Here comes Traversty traversing the DOM

    jvaughan
    1 Nov 2012 | 6:59 pm
    The Traversty DOM utility has as its purpose to allow you to traverse the DOM and manage collections of DOM elements. Proponents admit core Traversty traversal methods are inspired by Prototype’s DOM Traversal toolkit, but now in a multi-element environment that is more like jQuery and less like Prototype’s single element implementation.
  • Fat Fractal enters the BaaS fray

    jvaughan
    26 Sep 2012 | 7:24 pm
    What has sometimes been described as mobile middleware has taken a new tack. Now, the idea of Backend as a Service (BaaS) has begun to take off in the mobile application development space. Proponents of BaaS say it helps developers easily build mobile apps, or any other applications connected to a cloud backend. Some of their views suggest a wholly new computer architecture is in the works. Fact Fractal is among the horses running in the BaaS stakes.
  • Windows 8 HTML5 WinRT RSS reader app

    jvaughan
    23 Aug 2012 | 7:33 pm
    WinJS is a JavaScript framework for Windows 8, and David Rousset uses it here to create a quick RSS reader. He shows how in a tutorial series. This first article shows the way to build a welcome screen that employs WinJS ListView control. Blend and CSS3 are employed. The second tutorial shows work on the detail view displayed after a click-on-item. This uses a transition animation. Time to go through the two tutorials is estimated at 30 minutes. Check out the Windows 8 HTML5 WinRT RSS reader app.
 
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    Smashing Magazine

  • Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: October 2014

    The Smashing Editorial
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:21 am
    We always try our best to challenge your artistic abilities and produce some interesting, beautiful and creative artwork. And as designers we usually turn to different sources of inspiration. As a matter of fact, we’ve discovered the best one—desktop wallpapers that are a little more distinctive than the usual crowd. This creativity mission has been going on for six years now1, and we are very thankful to all designers who have contributed and are still diligently contributing each month. This post features free desktop wallpapers created by artists across the globe for October 2014. Both…
  • Size Matters: Balancing Line Length And Font Size In Responsive Web Design

    Laura Franz
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:51 am
    As we refine our methods of responsive web design, we’ve increasingly focused on measure (another word for “line length”) and its relationship to how people read. 
The popularization of the “ideal measure” has led to advice such as “Increase font size for large screens and reduce font size for small screens.” While a good measure does improve the reading experience, it’s only one rule for good typography. Another rule is to maintain a comfortable font size. How People Read People read online text to serve their own needs: to find the information they seek, to discover new…
  • Sci-Fi, Frustrations, Flash And Forms: The Typeform Story

    David Okuniev
    26 Sep 2014 | 6:15 am
    Take any new interface design or display technology, and chances are that someone somewhere has already compared it to Minority Report. The 2002 dystopian film, with its see-through screens and gesture-driven interfaces, is remembered more for its futuristic tech than for the insidiousness of the technology — pre-crime prediction — that was its actual focus. It continues to be the standard by which we judge new interfaces. But inspiration doesn’t only come in the form of flashy, futuristic interfaces. At Typeform, we were inspired to simplify online forms by a movie that’s decidedly a…
  • The Ultimate Guide To Choosing A WordPress Host

    Mark Gavalda
    25 Sep 2014 | 6:13 am
    These days you have an awful lot of options for hosting your website, so many that it’s easy to get lost. How much should you pay? Is support important to you, or are you a tinkerer who likes to do your own thing? Put in different terms, are you a master chef who can cook a delicious meal with the right assortment of ingredients, or would you rather go to a nice restaurant and just sit back and enjoy the experience? Let’s dive in. An Overview Of Hosting Categories A couple of years ago, choosing a hosting company was a lot simpler. Shared hosting providers had relatively low prices…
  • Applying Participatory Design To Mobile Testing

    Marina Lin
    24 Sep 2014 | 2:00 am
    People use their mobile devices everywhere: on the train, while waiting in line, sitting on the couch. As much as we aim to design our mobile apps and websites for contextual use, testing their usability in context can be challenging. While getting out in the field for user testing is not always realistic, simulating much of that contextual experience in a lab is possible. One approach to mobile testing is participatory design. A participatory design test session typically takes about an hour and has four parts: Uncover the user’s mental model. Enable the user to document their entire…
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    Official jQuery Blog

  • Update on jQuery.com Compromises

    Ralph Whitbeck
    24 Sep 2014 | 12:43 pm
    Today at 11:15AM EDT, the jQuery Infrastructure team received widespread reports and confirmed a compromise of jquery.com. This attack was aimed at defacing our sites, and did not inject malware like the attack that was reported on September 18th by RiskIQ. We believe that these are separate incidents that may have used the same attack vector. We took the site down as soon as we realized there was a compromise and cleaned the infected files. We are taking steps to re-secure our servers, upgrade dependencies, and address vulnerabilities. At no point today have there been reports of malware…
  • Was jquery.com Compromised?

    Ralph Whitbeck
    23 Sep 2014 | 5:24 pm
    Lastest update on the compromise: Update on jQuery.com Compromises Earlier today, RiskIQ published a blog post stating that the jQuery.com web servers were compromised and serving the RIG exploit kit for a short period of time on the afternoon of September 18th. Our internal investigation into our servers and logs have not yet found the RIG exploit kit or evidence that there was in fact a compromise. RiskIQ was able to make contact with the jQuery Infrastructure team on September 18th, at which point with members of the RiskIQ team tried to find evidence of compromise. So far the…
  • jQuery Chicago Roundup!

    Adam J. Sontag
    7 Aug 2014 | 9:37 am
    With just over a month until we set forth for the Windy City for the first jQuery Conference in Chicago, the moment’s opportune to bring you up to speed on what we’ve got in store for you this September! Whatchu Talkin’ Bout? Our speakers and talks are the highlight of any jQuery conference; our lineup in Chicago is no exception. We aim to cover a broad selection of subjects from across the realm of web development, from our jQuery Foundation projects like jQuery, jQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile (so we’ll be having talks from project leads Dave Methvin, Scott González,…
  • The (Not Just) jQuery Foundation

    Kris Borchers
    10 Jul 2014 | 11:48 am
    The jQuery Foundation’s mission has always been about more than just our namesake projects of jQuery, jQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile. We already host several projects such as Sizzle, QUnit and Globalize that are not dependent on the jQuery library. This wider web-oriented mission is evident in our jQuery Conferences, which span a wide range of developer concerns beyond jQuery, including Node, CSS, tooling, testing and much more. Over the years we’ve had talks on build tools, accessibility, security, performance, design patterns, and frameworks such as Ember and Angular. At our San…
  • Volunteers Wanted: Trac Enhancements

    Dave Methvin
    7 Jul 2014 | 12:20 pm
    The jQuery and jQuery UI teams use Trac to do their bug reporting and tracking. The jQuery Core bug tracker could really use a Trac expert to migrate us to Trac 1.0 and fix a few nagging issues we’ve been having. If you’re an expert Trac-meister, or just someone with good Trac setup/configuration experience who’s up to the challenge, we’d love to talk with you! Send a message to dave(at)jquery.com and we’ll be in touch. Since some of you will inevitably ask: GitHub’s integration between issues and commits is wonderful, but it’s not anywhere near as…
 
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    Google Web Toolkit Blog

  • GWT.create 2015 Conference

    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    4 Sep 2014 | 3:10 pm
    Vaadin is hosting the second GWT.create conference, with repeat events in Mountain View and Munich. This is going to be another exciting event, connecting GWT developers worldwide. The following is a guest blog post from Fredrik Rönnlund of Vaadin Ltd. GWT.create Conference, January 22-23. 27-28, 2015 The largest dedicated GWT conference is back in January. Last year over 650 people joined the GWT.create conference and this time we're redoing the conference as an even larger conference. We're happy to announce speakers from Google's GWT team, the original creators of GWT Bruce Johnson and…
  • GWT 2.6.1 is here!

    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    10 May 2014 | 12:35 am
    Today we are excited to announce the GWT 2.6.1 release.  Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release, especially our non-Google open source contributors. For a quick run-down of changes since GWT 2.6.0, read the release notes The release is available for download here or on maven central. If you find any issues with this release, please file a bug in our issue tracker - GWT Team
  • GWT 2.6.0 Final is here!

    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    30 Jan 2014 | 3:14 pm
    We have finally completed all validation and are happy to announce GWT 2.6.0. It took a while for this release to materialize after RC1, but thanks to the efforts of many people in the community, GWT 2.6.0 is now much improved and ready for release. You can download this release from here. - GWT Team
  • GWT 2.6 RC1 is here!

    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    14 Nov 2013 | 12:07 am
    Today we are excited to announce GWT 2.6 Release Candidate 1.  Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release. For a quick run-down of changes since GWT 2.5.1, read the release notes You can download this release from here A special request for testers: It would be very helpful if you could test your GWT application using GWT 2.6 on IE11 and report issues via the issue tracker. Even though IE11-specific support was not planned for GWT 2.6, we would like to get critical fixes into RC2. - GWT Team
  • GWT 2013 Survey

    Bhaskar Janakiraman
    31 Oct 2013 | 10:57 am
    Please help the GWT development community by filling in this year's GWT survey, conducted by Vaadin Ltd. This survey is similar to the GWT 2012 survey, whose results can now be downloaded directly from http://www.gwtproject.org/gwt_surveys.html. We value your opinions and comments, and use the information as valuable input to our planning process for future GWT releases.  Vaadin plans to make the results of the survey freely available in February 2014. Before then, you can get a copy of the results at GWT.create conference and by email registration with Vaadlin.
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    The Isomorphic Software Blog

  • Available NOW: SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0

    Jason Hardy-Smith
    10 Sep 2014 | 7:03 am
    Our SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0 release is finally here and it is packed full of goodies! What is in SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0? You can find lots of details in the blogs below: Last batch of features before the big release New mobile features optimize user experience Remote debugging for mobile First batch of new features for SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0 Here’s how to get it: New Customers Download a full featured FREE TRIAL (60 Days) View pricing, versions, and make a purchase Existing License Holders SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0 is a paid upgrade. Discounts are…
  • Last Batch of Features Before the Big Release

    Jason Hardy-Smith
    19 Aug 2014 | 10:34 am
    SmartClient 10.0 / Smart GWT 5.0 will be released around the end August. This is a MAJOR release. We are currently adding the final layer of polish before we let it go. Meanwhile, here are a few more features that we think you will like … and you can try them out now!   CubeGrid WYSIWYG Excel Export CubeGrids can now export to excel with data arranged the same way you see in the cube: row and column headers arranged around a central body area. Also, Big Data is no problem: you can now export gigantic amounts of data to Excel (eg 1 million plus rows) with no issues and no…
  • New Mobile Features Optimize User Experience

    Jason Hardy-Smith
    19 Jun 2014 | 1:24 pm
    The Isomorphic Enterprise Mobile Application Strategy Many analysts, MEAP providers and other “experts” promote a mobile enterprise application platform strategy that was developed for consumer offerings (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, etc.). At Isomorphic Software, we realize that Enterprise users and Consumer users have very different needs and usage patterns. So our strategy is different: Built in mobile adaption that allows you to code once for all devices Intelligent Data Management for unprecedented scalability and responsiveness The broadest, deepest set of device aware…
  • Remote Debugging for Mobile coming next release!

    ray
    23 Apr 2014 | 7:39 pm
    Smart GWT 5.0 and SmartClient 10.0 have a lot of exciting upgrades for mobile applications, including a new Remote Debugging feature for the Developer Console. While the Developer Console already works on mobile devices, it currently appears as a separate tab or browser window, and phone-sized devices don’t have the screen space necessary to use tools like the Watch Tab. Remote Debugging allows you to run the Developer Console on your desktop machine to debug a page running on a mobile device. With Remote Debugging, you can use all of the powerful debugging features of the Developer…
  • First Batch of New Features for Smart GWT 5.0 / SmartClient 10.0

    ray
    31 Mar 2014 | 4:31 pm
    Smart GWT 5.0 / SmartClient 10.0 is just on the horizon, so we’d like to give you a sneak preview of some of the new features from the next major release. You can try these features now in the latest nightly builds, complete with samples and documentation. As always, our nightly development builds are more stable than the word “nightly” suggests – each nightly build must pass 10’s of thousands of automated tests before becoming available for download. To try out our newest, cutting-edge features, get the latest nightly builds from: Smart GWT 5.0d:…
 
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    DHTMLX Blog

  • DHTMLX Little-Known Features: Different Content in the Same Cell

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    23 Sep 2014 | 7:56 am
    DHTMLX library has lots of features and provides numerous abilities, but not all of them are discovered at first glance. We want to share some tips that you might have missed but they may appear quite useful. We’ll start with such called “views”, the feature of a cell. In the components that have cells (i.e. accordion, layout, tabbar and windows), there is a possibility to show different content in the same cell. How it works? As an example, let’s take a layout and attach some components to the cell “b”. Each cell shows the view “def” by default (empty without any…
  • dhtmlxGantt Updated to Version 3.0

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    9 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    We have such great news and are looking forward to share them with you. We have released the new version of our JavaScript Gantt chart – dhtmlxGantt v3.0. This update comes with a long list of new features. All of them are aimed to extend the current functionality of the component and improve its performance. Among them you’ll find the ability to mark specific times in the timeline area, support of baselines/deadlines, simple api for managing editability/readonly modes of individual tasks, critical path calculation, etc. Support of baselines, deadlines and other custom elements The…
  • DHTMLX Scheduler .NET 3.1. Released

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    7 Aug 2014 | 7:10 am
    We are glad to inform about the update of DHTMLX Scheduler .NET to version 3.1. DHTMLX Scheduler .NET is a server-side wrapper for the JavaScript dhtmlxScheduler, optimized specifically for ASP.NET framework. Now it supports the same functionality as the recently updated dhtmlxScheduler, namely: a trendy “flat” skin multisection events in multiple resource view resizable and easy-to-drag events in month view dragging events between multiple schedulers improved grid view event position highlighting enhanced export to PDF and PNG Moreover, the latest version came out with a number…
  • Using dhtmlxGantt together with Node.js

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    6 Aug 2014 | 1:00 am
    If you follow our tutorials, you have already known how to use dhtmlxScheduler and dhtmlxGrid with Node.js, a flexible JavaScript platform. This time we will deal with dhtmlxGantt with Node.js. You can download the full archive with the final solution from github. Step 1 – Creating a simple Node.js site Fortunately, Node.js has a set of ready to use solutions. And we don’t have to write everything from scratch, we will use the ready modules. Express as a web-framework and node-mysql – to work with MySQL. Also, as we are working with dates we need a lib to convert dates to string…
  • dhtmlxVault 2.3 ‐ More Features, More Abilities

    Ivan (DHTMLX team)
    29 Jul 2014 | 7:51 am
    Due to feedbacks of our users and efforts of our development team, we are glad to introduce the updated version of dhtmlxVault, our JavaScript file upload component. The version 2.3 comes with a number of new powerful features: the ability to drop custom object (PRO Edition); onDrop event added (PRO Edition); the ability to load the list of previously uploaded files from the server; the ability to add a custom file record into the vault’s files area; lastModifiedDate attribute for events added. Download dhtmlxVault Standard (distributed under GNU GPL v2). The PRO users will receive the…
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    ②ality – JavaScript and more

  • ECMAScript 6 promises (1/2): foundations

    Axel Rauschmayer
    23 Sep 2014 | 2:27 pm
    This blog post is first in a series of two blog posts on ECMAScript 6 promises. It explains the foundations of asynchronous programming in JavaScript, to prepare you for part two, which covers the promise API. The JavaScript call stackWhen a function f calls a function g, g needs to know where to return to (inside f) after it is done. This information is usually managed with a stack, the call stack. Let’s look at an example. function h(z) { // Print stack trace console.log(new Error().stack); // (A) } function g(y) { h(y + 1); // (B) } function f(x) { g(x + 1); // (C) } f(3); // (D) return;…
  • ECMAScript 6 modules: the final syntax

    Axel Rauschmayer
    7 Sep 2014 | 5:05 am
    At the end of July 2014, TC39 [1] had another meeting, during which the last details of the ECMAScript 6 (ES6) module syntax were finalized. This blog post gives an overview of the complete ES6 module system. Module systems for current JavaScriptJavaScript does not have built-in support for modules, but the community has created impressive work-arounds. The two most important (and unfortunately incompatible) standards are: CommonJS Modules: The dominant implementation of this standard is in Node.js (Node.js modules have a few features that go beyond CommonJS). Characteristics: Compact syntax…
  • Standardizing (a flavor of) Markdown

    Axel Rauschmayer
    3 Sep 2014 | 4:07 pm
    Update 2014-09-05: Jeff Atwood renames “Standard Markdown” to “Common Markdown” and apologizes to John Gruber. Details: “Standard Markdown is now Common Markdown”. On September 3, Jeff Atwood announced a new standardization effort for John Gruber’s Markdown: Standard Markdown. It is amazing how ubiquitous Markdown has become and it’s great that there is now a standard for it. Highlights: The working group comprises representatives from: GitHub, Reddit, Stack Exchange, the open source community. There is a proper specification that also describes a parsing strategy. This should…
  • Preventing function signature mismatch in ES5 and ES6

    Axel Rauschmayer
    2 Sep 2014 | 3:12 am
    In some cases, using a function (or method) with a callback can lead to surprising results – if the signature of the latter does not match the expectations of the former. This blog post explains this phenomenon and suggests fixes. Function signature mismatchLet’s look at an example [1]: > ['1','2','3'].map(parseInt) [1,NaN,NaN] Here, map() expects the following signature: callback(element, index, array) But parseInt() has the signature: parseInt(string, radix?) It’s not a problem that parseInt’s arity is less than the 3 expected by map; JavaScript does not complain if you ignore…
  • Video: JavaScript coding tips

    Axel Rauschmayer
    13 Aug 2014 | 5:10 am
    The following video is a recording of the talk “JavaScript coding tips”, which I held 2014-05-16 at the Sud Web Conference in Toulouse, France. Bonus: See how I feel about comma first style (I was much meaner than I remember). I don’t personally like it, but I respect how creatively it solves a problem. Hear me speak French after the talk. Material: Slides “Popular Coding Conventions on Github” by Outsider: what coding conventions do people use on GitHub and how frequently? “A Meta Code Style Guide”, chapter 26 of “Speaking JavaScript”, which covers some of the topics of…
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    ASP.NET AJAX

  • Securing RadEditor Content and Preventing XSS Attacks

    24 Sep 2014 | 10:09 am
    <p>One of the greatest challenges in building a web application is making sure it is secure. It's an important matter, as malicious attacks can come from various sources and in various forms.</p> <p>I cannot stress enough the importance of building secure applications. In that respect, we take security very seriously, knowing that the Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX suite is integral for many web applications. We strive to provide controls that offer great performance and appropriate security.</p> <p>One of the most common kind of malicious attack related to client…
  • Visualize the FIFA World Cup Finalists and Winners in a RadMap Control

    28 Aug 2014 | 8:09 am
    <p><span style="line-height: 1.4;">With the&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.telerik.com/support/whats-new/aspnet-ajax/release-history/ui-for-asp-net-ajax-q2-2014-version-2014.2.618" style="line-height: 1.4;">2014.Q2</a><span style="line-height: 1.4;">&nbsp;release of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.telerik.com/products/aspnet-ajax.aspx" style="line-height: 1.4;">Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX</a><span style="line-height: 1.4;">&nbsp;we released a new…
  • Integrate ASP.NET with a 3rd Party Security Service

    18 Aug 2014 | 12:20 pm
    After the recent spate of security issues from large retail companies, especially those that caused me to have to get a new credit card issued, I&rsquo;ve been thinking more and more about how to secure my ASP.NET web applications. Fortunately, the new OWIN-based security in ASP.NET 4.5.1 can fill that need. In this article, I&rsquo;m going to show you how I integrated the ASP.NET security model with the security services available in Telerik Platform.<br /> <br /> Read more on the <a…
  • Revealing the Q3’14 Roadmap of UI for ASP.NET AJAX

    6 Aug 2014 | 6:44 am
    <p>The roadmap for Q3 2014 of UI for ASP.NET AJAX is out, so I want to highlight the most important and interesting stuff being planned:</p> <h2>Responsive, Adaptive and Elastic controls</h2> <p>With Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX you can build applications that deliver tailored user experiences for any screen as shown in the <a href="http://demos.telerik.com/responsive-web-design-aspnet/samples.aspx">Responsive Web Design app</a>. The Q3 release will strengthen the mobile and responsive capabilities of the controls and introduce some of the…
  • Q2 2014 SP1 of Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX is out

    24 Jul 2014 | 8:09 am
    Today we have released <a href="http://www.telerik.com/account/your-products/trial-product-versions/download-trial-file.aspx?fileid=17380&amp;pid=0&amp;dispkey=True" target="_blank">Service Pack 1 for Q2 2014</a> of Telerik UI for ASP.NET AJAX. Let me highlight the most important fixes and new features in the controls: <h2>Critical Issues Fixed</h2> <h3>RadEditor</h3> <h3></h3> <ul> <li>The "Undo" button is not working when ToolProviderID is set</li> <li>When the…
 
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