Radzen — The fastest way to build Angular and .NET Core apps

We are glad to announce the first major update of Radzen — 1.1.


It has been two busy weeks since the official release of Radzen! During this time we got lots of great feedback from you. We worked hard to implement some of the most requested features and fixed the showstopping issues.

The major new additions are:

  • Improved SQL server connectivity — support for named instances and dynamic ports, Azure and older versions of SQL server.
  • File uploads. This was one of the most requested features and Radzen now provides a file upload component out of the box. In addition the form component supports file fields. radzen111-runtime1.png radzen111-runtime2.png
  • Improved support for dates — date filtering in the DataGrid, data formatting and UTC conversion. radzen111-runtime3.png
  • Caching of OData service responses.
  • OData v3 support.

If you still haven’t tried Radzen now is a good time. Get the latest bits for Windows, macOS or Linux (32bit and 64bit). Don’t forget to share your feedback with us! Shoot an email at info@radzen.com if you have questions or need help.


Leverage Radzen on LinkedIn

Yes, we are on LinkedIn and you should follow us!

Now, you have the opportunity to showcase your expertise by adding Radzen Blazor Studio and Radzen Blazor Components as skills to your LinkedIn profile. Present your skills to employers, collaborators, and clients.

All you have to do is go to our Products page on LinkedIn and click the + Add as skill button.

by Vladimir Enchev

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