Welcome to Telerik UI for WPF.

Thank you for choosing Telerik UI for WPF.

Telerik UI for WPF is a complete commercial toolset for building next-generation line of business and kiosk applications for Windows Presentation Foundation. Leveraging the amazing potential of this platform as well as many years of excellence in presentation layer technologies, Telerik UI for WPF controls provide a high-performance, visually appealing, and highly customizable shortcut to the world of engaging user experiences.

To learn more please visit the Telerik UI for WPF product overview page.

Telerik UI for WPF features the following controls:

Throughout this article, you will find the following sections that describe all of the important aspects in depth:

Trial Version and Commercial License

This UI for WPF library is a commercial UI library. You are welcome to explore its full functionality and get technical support from the team when you register for a free 30-day trial. To use it commercially, you need to purchase a license. Feel free to review the Telerik UI for WPF License Agreement to get acquainted with the full terms of use.

Support Options

For any issues you might encounter while working with UI for WPF, use any of the available support channels:

  • License holders and active trialists can take advantage of our outstanding customer support delivered by the developers building the library. To submit a support ticket, use the dedicated support system.
  • Our forums are part of the free support you can get from the community and from the team on all kinds of general issues.
  • Our feedback portal provides information on the features/bugs in discussion and also the planned ones for release.
  • You may still need a tailor-made solution for your project. In such cases, go straight to Progress Services.

Learning Resources

Installation and Deployment

To learn how to install Telerik UI for WPF and for comprehensive list of our controls and their assemblies you can visit the Installation and Deployment section.

Consuming Data

To learn more about the different approaches for populating the Telerik ® UI for WPF controls, visit the Consuming Data section.

Styling and Appearance

To find how to customize the look of Telerik UI for WPF using tools such as Expression Blend and information on how to use our predefined themes visit the Styling and Appearance section.

Help us Improve the Telerik UI for WPF Documentation

We believe that the documentation for a product is at its best when the content is a collaboration between the builders and consumers of that product. Everybody can play a role in making our documentation better and we encourage you to help us with that task in the way that you choose:

Submit a New Issue at GitHub

If you find an issue with our docs that need to be addressed, the best way to let us know is by creating an issue in our Github repository. When creating an issue, please provide a descriptive title, be as specific as possible and link to the documentation in question. If you can provide a link to the closes anchor to the issue, that is even better.

Update the Documentation at GitHub

Creating an issue is great, but what we really love are pull requests. This is the most direct method. So, if you find an issue in the docs, or even feel like creating new content, we’d be happy to have your contributions! The basic steps are that you fork our documentation and submit a pull request. That way you may contribute to exactly where you found the error. After that, our technical writing team just needs to approve your change request. Please use only standard markdown. For a more detailed instructions, please follow the contribution instructions published in GitHub.

Forums

You can visit the Telerik UI for WPF forums and leave us a feedback. Please notice that this method will take a bit longer to reach our documentation team. However, if you need a fast reply from our support team, leaving feedback in the forum guarantees a support number for your suggestions and that we will follow up on it.

Thank you for your contribution to the WPF Documentation!

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