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Kendo UI Basic Flip Effect Example

The Kendo UI Flip Effect is pretty cool and offers some handy functionality for Web pages that are short on space. You can set a section of your page to have a flip effect where the user can toggle between viewing two different sections of data. This is a nice option to standard popups or tabs for showing optional or non-critical data on your pages. Continue reading “Kendo UI Basic Flip Effect Example”

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Example of Binding a Kendo UI KendoNotification Control with an ASP.NET WebMethod

The notification effects brought to the Web-development table by Telerik’s Kendo UI Notification component are really cool. You can have a look at a running demo of some of the neat stuff you can do with Kendo UI Notifications on the Telerik demo site at:


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ShowModalDialog: How to Run a Function on the Parent Page

Sometimes when putting together a Web-based application, you will need to show a custom modal dialog that is a bit more complex than the inbuilt JavaScript alert( or confirm( dialogs, and that unlike a jQuery modal dialog will run as a separate window. Your best option in this case is to use the JavaScript ShowModalDialog function. Since ShowModalDialog behaves differently than a traditional Window.open command, you’ll have to keep a few things in mind when developing your solution. Continue reading “ShowModalDialog: How to Run a Function on the Parent Page”