TListBox, FireMonkey styles and RTTI for a dynamic object editor

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In my last blog post we started by looking at how to get the business display demo project as a favourite project. In this video we are going to now jump into looking at FireMonkey styles in action and how they can be used to help build a dynamic user interface, with a little help from an advanced topic area, RTTI (Run Time Type Information)

My Next blog will look at how we can extract this from the demo project into a new project and talks further about the attributes and interfaces used along the way. Until then, Happy Coding!

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