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Getting Started with Telerik UI for UWP

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 […]

XAML Standard Demystified

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 […]

Using XAML in Xamarin.Forms – Part 3: Accessing Dynamic Data

The first article in this series on using XAML in Xamarin.Forms looked at what XAML is, its benefits, and some of the basics of using it. The second article dove a little deeper, looking at how to access static data – or data that doesn't change – from XAML. I could stop right there if […]

5 Ways to Export from ASP.NET to Word and PDF Files

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 […]

Building Reusable UI Components in ASP.NET Core

In recent years, the modern web platform has propelled itself forward at the speed of light. Open source web development communities have popped up on GitHub like canvas tents at peak-season campsites; and state-of-the-art technologies have emerged like fireflies in the night sky. Where was our friend ASP.NET, you ask? Startled by the clamor, it […]

Consuming Azure Machine Learning in ASP.NET Core

Azure Machine Learning (ML) provides the infrastructure for building custom machine learning models. Once an Azure ML predictive model is deployed as a web service, a REST API is used to communicate with the model to evaluate predictions. Azure ML web services are REST API and JSON formatted messages that can be consumed by a […]

Toolkits, Toolkits, Toolkits!

As a UWP developer, you have many options to help build your application quickly and reliably. In fact, there are so many options that you may feel like you can choose only one. Luckily, that’s not the case, and many toolkits complement each other in various ways. Today, we’ll talk about two open source toolkits: […]

Perks of using UI for ASP.NET MVC

Whether you code in pure JavaScript, Angular, Microsoft's ASP.NET MVC or PHP, Kendo UI allows you to code in whatever language you're most comfortable with. Kendo UI has implementations for jQuery, Angular 1.x and 2.x, ASP.NET AJAX, ASP.NET MVC (and .NET Core), Java and PHP. Being a .NET developer, my choice is the UI for […]

High Speed Bug Discovery With Fuzzing

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Craig Stuntz discusses his technique of using fuzzing to discover bugs in software. Craig shares his perspective on where fuzzing fits in the QA process, and why bug discovery is so critical to quality software. Craig Stuntz Craig Stuntz is a software engineer and a lifelong student of […]

Introducing JustAssembly: A Lightweight .NET Assembly Diff Tool

On behalf of the engineering team, I'm incredibly excited to announce a new tool we've built for .NET developers called JustAssembly! JustAssembly is a free and open source .NET assembly diff and analysis tool. With it, you can quickly decompile .NET assemblies and perform binary code diffs against them, all within a single interface. What's […]