Approved
Last Updated: 22 Feb 2019 06:53 by Josh
Nebojsa Mancic
Created on: 27 Aug 2018 16:21
Category: UI for WPF
Type: Feature Request
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Improve the Telerik dlls re-distribution process
I think that deploying scenario for applications and protecting dll-s are complicated. I think that better way is to use control panel. I want to send you needed informations through control panel, a and I want to provide me my version of dll-s that are protected and I can use it in my app. You build it on your own. The way you are doing it now is complicated, and can produce issues.
(Total attached files size should be smaller than 20mb. Allowed extensions: .zip, .rar, .jpg, .png, .gif)
3 comments
Josh
Posted on: 22 Feb 2019 06:53

I badly need a simple non-intrusive way to authenticate build DLL's. Half of what I create are plugins for Autodesk software. Upgrading an existing project to a Telerik solution prevents my DLL's from loading into AutoCAD entirely and probably various others I haven't got around to trying yet. I can manually attach a reference and it runs great on my dev machine, but only on my dev machine. So, I have really cool and expensive tools, but if I can't use them in many of my frequently created projects. What's the point of having expensive and (theoretically) time-saving toys when you can't easily show them off? 

 

I'll probably create a ticket about this after some more tinkering, but I suspect this will be a nightmarish solution and it seemed like great example of why this topic does require attention. 

Lenin
Posted on: 22 Feb 2019 05:38

It would be great to have such feature to protect dll's.  its difficult to always keep eye's on privacy of software in the continuous releases. any solution would be really helpful.

 

Thanks,

Sarathi J

 
Eoin
Posted on: 15 Nov 2018 11:38

I agree, it would be nice to get closer to a one click solution where possible. Especially since the process is repeatable between releases and re-distribution is an important part of an application release, this process should be simplified.

Thanks,

Eoin