UI

New in 10.2.3: FireMonkey UI Templates - Profile Screens Delphi and RAD Studio 10.2.3 include 18 new FireMonkey UI templates, designed to highlight FMX's multi-device capabilities, showcase best practices, and help new users get started quicker. They showcase UI paradigms that mobile application developers need in today’s applications. This blog post focuses on the three new profile screen GUI templates, available for download in GetIt (Tools > GetIt Package Manager > Sample Projects). Each of the three templates uses one of the premium FireMo...

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New in 10.2.3: FireMonkey UI Templates - Login Screens Delphi and RAD Studio 10.2.3 include 18 new FireMonkey UI templates, designed to highlight FMX's multi-device capabilities, showcase best practices, and help new users get started quicker. They showcase UI paradigms that mobile application developers need in today’s applications.  This blog post focuses on the three new login screen GUI templates, available for download in GetIt (Tools > GetIt Package Manager > Sample Projects). Each of the three templates uses one of the premium FireMonkey multi-platform styles.
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Creating custom TEdit styles with the FireMonkey Style Designer This tutorial outlines the steps for creating and customizing a new FireMonkey style element and applying the newly created style to your FireMonkey application. This tutorial focuses on deploying the resulting application to iOS, but the same steps can be repeated for creating custom style elements for macOS, Android and Windows applications.  
Two New Free VCL Styles for CodeRage from DelphiStyles.com DelphiStyles.com sells stunning VCL and FireMonkey multi-device styles. In time for CodeRage, they have released two new free VCL Windows styles which can be downloaded via the GetIt Package Manager in 10.2 Tokyo. The two new free styles are "Glossy 2" and "Sky 2".   Custom styles can easily be applied via Project > Options > Appearance in RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo.   Shown: Free Glossy 2 VCL Windows style from DelphiStyles.com   Shown: Free Glossy 2 VCL Windows st...

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Adding a Custom Icon to a FireMonkey Button In today's blog post, I am outlining how to create custom FireMonkey buttons. In this case, I am using the blue Windows 10 style included in RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo.   

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