Monday, July 02, 2007

RadScheduler preview available tomorrow

We've heard your cries in the forums. We've poured over your suggestions. And now we're finally ready to ship the first preview of Telerik's latest ASP.NET control, RadScheduler. If you've been following the development of RadScheduler, then you already know that it is bringing some much needed simplicity and flexibility to the world of ASP.NET scheduling components. It's a single control that can be easily dropped on any ASP.NET Ajax-enable page (remember: RadScheduler is part of "Prometheus") and bound to a variety of data sources.

The release that will be made available tomorrow, July 3rd, will be the first of many "preview" releases for RadScheduler and "Prometheus". You will start to see several preview builds of "Prometheus" controls each month as we try to further help you prepare for and begin to test our ASP.NET AJAX based controls. We hope that this additional layer of transparency during our development cycle helps you easily make the transition to ASP.NET 3.5 (which is nothing like the transition from ASP.NET 1.x to 2.0) and helps you get ready for what's coming next.

That said, these are "preview" releases and there will be bugs and unfinished features. These releases are not designed to be used in production environments; they're strictly intended for testing and feedback purposes. We hope that you'll enjoy them, though, starting with RadScheduler tomorrow.

UPDATE: The RadScheduler preview is now available.


Anonymous said...

It looks REALLY cool. I can't wait to see it in action!

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Todd Anglin said...


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Unknown said...

It looks really cool, when will it be available for trial ?

Pete said...

Where can I find the demo?

Cheers, Pete

Todd Anglin said...

Tom and Pete-

The RadScheduler preview is now available. Check out this blog post for all of the details:

Prometheus Futures released, RadScheduler now available