Sunday, October 20, 2013

5 Things I bet you didn’t know about RadControls for WPF and Silverlight

Telerik's RadControls for WPF and Silverlight has over 60 fully-featured controls, it's only natural that some gems are undiscovered. In this blog post, we will take a look at five things I bet you didn't know about RadControls for WPF or Silverlight application. 1. You can use Implicit Styles if you want to modify our XAML to provide custom themes. With Implicit styling you create a target type but not a key for your style and the style is implicitly applied to any object of that type that does not otherwise have an explicit style. Figure 1 and 2 shows an example of what the project configuration wizard looks like.

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