RadControls for WinForms includes over 45 UI controls that you can use to easily build visually appealing, high performance Line of Business applications. Boasting a well-designed architecture and support for Visual Studio 2010 and CAB, Telerik Windows Forms Controls are perfectly suited for your Enterprise desktop development.
The pack offers three free Silverlight controls for incredibly rich UI and data visualization – Book, Gauge and TileView. The controls feature the full functionality of their commercial versions, thus offering lean and intuitive API, Expression Blend support, Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint 2010 support and built-in Office Black theme.
Microsoft SQL Server code-named 'Denali' helps empower organizations to be more agile in today's competitive market through an enhanced mission critical platform, increased productivity for developers and IT professionals and pervasive insight.
jQuery 1.4.4 is now out! This is the fourth minor release on top of jQuery 1.4 and lands a number of fixes for bugs including some nice improvements over 1.4.3.
We would like to thank the following community members that provided patches, input and their time towards this release: Rick Waldron, Dan Heberden, Alex Sexton, Colin Snover.
Along with the following members of the jQuery core team: John Resig, Dave Methvin, Karl Swedberg, Paul Irish.
We also thank our bug triage team who assisted in narrowing down some of the important fixes needed for this release: Colin Snover, Rick Waldron, Addy Osmani, Alex Sexton, Adam Sontag, Dave Methvin, Mike Taylor, Aaron Boushley, Jitter and John Resig.
As usual, we provide two copies of jQuery, one minified and one uncompressed (for debugging or reading).
Today’s ASP.NET MVC 3 RC build includes several additional feature refinements (in addition to bug fixes, tooling improvements, perf tunings, etc). This blog post covers the improvementsspecific to today’s release. Please review my previous posts to learn more about the many, many other ASP.NET MVC 3 features and improvements introduced in prior previews/betas.
Razor Intellisense within Visual Studio
Colorization and intellisense support for Razor-based view templates is now supported within Visual Studio and the free Visual Web Developer Express.
You get full C#/VB code intellisense – including against HTML helper methods (all of the existing Html helper methods in ASP.NET MVC also work just fine in Razor based views):