Using RadControls in JavaScript based Windows 8 Application

In this post we will set up project to use RadControls for Windows 8 in JavaScript based Application. Before you go ahead with this post, read here

Getting Started with Rad Controls for Windows 8

Once you have done with downloading and installing Rad Control for Windows 8, create a new JavaScript based Windows Store project

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Right click on the reference in solution explorer and add a new reference. Choose Windows Library for JavaScript and add to the project.

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After adding references, verify in solution explorer that you have successfully added the references

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Once references are successfully added in the project, you need to add references of Rad Control JS files and CSS files on the HTML page. You can refer them as following listing,

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Now you are all set to use RadControls for Windows 8 in your application. To test that whether we have added all the references correctly or not ,let us put a RadSlider control on HTML

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Now when you run the application you should get a RadSlider control on the page successfully.

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In this way you can get it started with Rad Controls for Windows 8 in JavaScript based application for Windows Store. I hope you find this post useful. Thanks for reading.

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