Friday, August 29, 2008

RadControls for WPF and Silverlight Webcast follow-up

For those that missed it, we had a great webcast this past Thursday talking about the new RadControls for WPF and Silverlight. Over 200 people turned-out (thank you!) to hear about these new technologies and how Telerik is building tools to support them. If you missed the live event, though, don't fret. There are tons of on-demand resources now available for your enjoyment. First, I took the time today to answer all of the questions that were asked during the session. The questions (almost 70) and answers are available in a freshly minted 10-page PDF. Hopefully you find the answers helpful on your quest to understand WPF, Silverlight, and Telerik's plans for both. Next, the slides from the session are also available for immediate download. If you want to browse the PowerPoint content at your own pace, grab the slides and then find answers to your questions in the aforementioned PDF. Finally, the complete recorded, on-demand version of the webcast is also now available for your viewing pleasure (with audio, for those that missed the webcast dial-in number). To watch the on-demand webcast, simply visit the original registration link, fill-in your details, and then the recorded version will start. The player does require Real Media in your browser, so if you don't have (and don't want) that installed on your PC, we'll be making a Flash-based on-demand version available as soon as we can. Enjoy the on-demand resources and keep it locked-in here for more free webcasts in the coming weeks!


Anonymous said...

How about a downloadable avi or wmv to download and watch offline?

Anonymous said...

About Lib Tech demo (I asked for downloadable source at the webcast)

I think it's the first real example of what can be donw with silverlight and telerik controls.

How about making a webcast to show how it was build ? Is that a difficult webcast to deliver ? If not, I would REALLY like to learn that.

Rui Silva

Todd Anglin said...

@Rui- Ask and you shall receive. The source for the Lib Tech demo is available here:


Anonymous said...

Todd - My most sincere apologies for only answering now, but to be honest, I don't visit your site very often, so I was visiting lib tech to see if there was a link to the source, but never found, obviously :)

Thank you very much! this will be very important to me, to make better approaches to develop with silverlight, wich is still with a lot of doubts in my head!

This will raise a lot of doubts, but hopefully, a lot more answers!