UI Controls for the Universal Windows Platform: Building Windows 10 apps using an Adaptive UI
Telerik UI for the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) by Progress is a suite of 20+ UI controls for developers building UWP applications. It includes a wide range of controls for various application scenarios, including data management, scheduling, layout, editing, navigation, data/geo visualization, and interactivity.
Join Jerry Nixon as he welcomes John Bristow and Sam Basu from Progress as they discuss how these controls allow developers to build highly-performant applications for all Windows 10 devices — desktop, tablets and phones, as well as for IoT, Xbox and VR devices.
- [03:19] What is the UI Control suite for UWP?
- [09:39] Why is this UWP Control system special?
- [12:47] How about customizing the UWP controls? Is this possible?
- [13:45] How would you describe the state of UWP today?
- [17:13] What's my experience look like when I go to a non-Windows platform using your UWP Controls?
- [19:37] What kind of guidance do you give developers who are looking for UI best practices?
- [21:41] How do get this into the my UWP application?
- [30:01] Any advice for developers who just want to build their own control?
- [33:40] Talk to us about the UWP ecosystem. How's the Community Toolkit compare to yours?
- [39:17] What does XAML Standard mean for UWP?
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