Telerik, A leading provider of cross platform mobile development tools has announced “DevCraft Q2 2013” for professional .NET developers. The tool set is announced for .NET developers for enhancement of touch controls, cloud mobile back-end service, data sync in mobile application development. The company has also enhanced the controls of windows phone and windows 8 development toolset.
According to the officials, the new Toolset of Telerik will enable the developers to develop touch enabled apps and enhance the existing apps easily. The Company is also providing the visual studio productivity tools with its bundle to upgrade the touch controls of windows Phone and Windows 8 development.
Telerik’s website shows the developers, how to add advanced touch features into an application through new WPF/Silverlight sample app. While talking about RadControls Silverlight tools, it is specially optimized for touch features, where developers can take the benefits of gestures across all controls simply drag and drop with touch. The new DevCraft has introduced Typescript support which is known as the Quick Start Framework that can be directly downloaded through Windows Store. Telerik has upgraded the browser performance for IE10 and all the browsers running on Windows 8 touch enabled machines.
It is easy to develop full featured Windows 8 phone applications for online and offline modes with the help of cloud data synchronization features. Developers can easily store the cloud objects in the local storage of the devices leads to a perfect tracking and sync to any changes in the data during offline mode.
Telerik is setting a new trend by offering .NET and HTML5 developers with a variety of tools to develop world class Cross platform mobile applications. The new DevCraft toolset enables the developers to develop modern mobile apps including tile controls and colanders.
Author : M Pundits
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