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JavaScript’s Journey through 2016

This is the first part of a 3 part series on what to expect from JavaScript in 2017 taken from our whitepaper, “The Future of JavaScript: 2017 and Beyond“. You can download the entire whitepaper for free at http://www.telerik.com/whitepapers/kendo-ui/the-future-of-javascript-2017-and-beyond Every year there seems to be more and more ways to use JavaScript and 2016 turned […]

In Defense of Large Native Apps

Native mobile apps binaries can be big, and for developers, especially web developers, it’s easy to poke fun at just how large these applications are. And for good reason. Web developers have been trained to watch every byte they put in their applications like a hawk, as numerous studies have shown that slower web apps […]

Reducing the Cost of Mobile App Development with NativeScript

Building mobile apps can be an expensive endeavor. Тo create software you need 3 types of resources: Developers that have specific domain knowledge Hardware Software tools to speed up the whole process Let’s take a look at specifics of the mobile development and make a rough calculation for how much it would cost you to […]

Future Tech Fanboys

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Eric Bishard drops by to talk about the future of energy, transportation, and how software will transform the products we use every day. Eric Bishard Eric Bishard is a Web Applications Engineer @SolarCity a wholly owned subsidiary of Tesla who thinks C# and JavaScript go together like Peanut […]

Willy Wonka Was Actually Talking about NativeScript

One of the most endearing films of all time, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, is that rare flick that has maintained a certain relevance for both children and adults alike. Wonka displayed a relentless, almost manic, pursuit of his vision of what a candy factory should be. Ignoring the fact that his Oompa Loompa […]

Cross-Browser HTML5 Form Validation is Finally Here! Now What?

Last week the Safari team released a new Technology Preview, and the release contained a feature that caught my eye. OMG, THE NEW SAFARI TECH PREVIEW HAS FORM VALIDATION SUPPORT! https://t.co/kzQtIwK4b2 pic.twitter.com/lKZsz5ZT9G — TJ VanToll (@tjvantoll) December 7, 2016 I’m irrationally excited because this is more than just a mundane feature shipping in a random […]

ASP.NET Intersections: Developers Share Their 2017 Platform of Choice

"The only constant in life is change," famously stated Heraclitus, and he is still right 2,500 years later. Even if we focus on the relatively stable ASP.NET platform, we can still see a lot of changes over the last few years — a new version of ASP.NET MVC written from scratch, tons of client-side frameworks […]

It’s a Good Day to Be a C# Developer

Recently at Connect(), Microsoft made a slew of new announcements. First, the public availability of Visual Studio 2017 Release Candidate. This just isn't a new version of the signature developer tool, it also includes the latest bits for C# 7.0. Second, Google announced they were joining the .NET Foundation. This means that Google, technically a […]

The Diminishing Use Case of Hybrid Apps

PhoneGap is the most comprehensive, and most influential polyfill in the history of web development. PhoneGap had the audacity to envision the web as a first-class citizen on mobile, and did so in an era when we were hacking around the bug-laden iOS 4 and Android 2.2 browsers. But like all polyfills, PhoneGap was built […]

TDD 12 jQuery and Migrations

Ed and Brian cover the latest news in the development community including: jQuery and JavaScript migration topics. What is the Telerik Developer Digest? The Telerik Developer Digest is the latest collection of the best articles from the Telerik Developer Network and around the web, curated by a group of Telerik developers just like you. Show […]

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