Telerik Announces Release of RadControls for Windows Phone 7 Mango

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This week Telerik announced the release of its RadControls for Windows Phone 7 Mango devices. RadControls supports the features and user interfaces (UI) of the latest Mango release, and includes new MessageBox and PolorChart components.

The functionality that is provided by RadControls enables developers to immediately begin using Mango UI controls. Until this release, the controls and capabilities were not available in the UI Toolbox for Windows Phone 7.

The Product Manager of RadControls for Windows Phone, Valentin Stoychev, discussed the release, stating that "Telerik is thrilled to once again offer leading edge UI component suites to our customers. We are excited to announce the Mango-ready RadControls suite and look forward to helping developers build trend-setting apps."

This week Telerik announced the release of its RadControls for Windows Phone 7 Mango devices. RadControls supports the features and user interfaces of the latest Mango release, and includes new MessageBox and PolorChart components.

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