Category: .NET

In Object Oriented Programming (OOP), we’re used to using collections of objects or simple data types. We often sort and filter these collections using LINQ as part of business logic behaviors or for data transformation. While these are useful tasks we frequently perform, it can be easy to forget that functions in C# can be […]

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We love Microsoft. It is natural to get excited with the Microsoft technology stack these days – .NET Core takes the magic everywhere, .NET Standard provides portability and developers get mature cross-platform tooling. But if there is one thing we love more than Microsoft, it’s Microsoft MVPs. We share your passion for innovation and appreciate […]

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Bootstrap 4 is great, and it’s even greater when used in conjunction with Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC. In this .NET DevChat, we covered the basics of Bootstrap, its NavBar component, the Grid layout system as well as the new and shiny Bootstrap 4 Cards! We dived right in and added all of these to […]

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Have you heard of Telerik UI for UWP? It’s a suite of UI controls for Universal Windows Platform (UWP). You can find the source code (Apache License v2.0) and the documentation on GitHub. What’s more, we’re now accepting pull requests and issues for bugs/feedback! The suite contains controls that address common UI requirements in line-of-business […]

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Most spoken languages in the world have various dialects. And this isn’t a bad thing since it adds to the diversity and richness of the given language. Trouble crops up when language dialects become combative – refusing to co-exist and forcing one’s wishes onto another. Poor humans now have to understand multiple dialects to make […]

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Building feature rich applications can often leave users asking to take visual elements off the screen to be used elsewhere. Being able to export from an application to Word or PDF opens up new possibilities, such as sharing, reporting or even satisfying Sarbanes–Oxley (SOX) audit requirements. Getting data out of your application and into standard […]

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