Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in C++ Programming and C++Builder IDE
Posted by on in Blogs
Learn to Program with Community Edition Get started programming with our Community Editions!  Community Edition is our full-featured and free IDE to build applications for iOS, Android, Windows and macOS from a single codebase using the robust and easy-to-learn Delphi language. It's the perfect way to get started learning a new programming language or explore multi-device app development. Embarcadero's Community Edition is available for Delphi and C++Builder.    We'll use the same "calculator" samp...

Posted by on in Blogs
Using an IDE: Getting back to code faster A C++ IDE or an Integrated Development Environment is application development software written to give you a way to create or write C++ applications and programs. There is usually a single interface that incorporates all the tools you need to develop applications including: Compiler Debugger Code Editor UI Designer Documentation While some developers believe that you don’t necessarily need an IDE to write your applications they do have some exceptional common features that can prove be...
Tracking Custom Events with TAppAnalytics in Multi-Device Applications Luis Navarro recently wrote a great post on using the new TAppAnalytics component in your VCL and FireMonkey applications to track application usage. Today, I thought I would provide a quick FireMonkey code snippet that shows you how to track custom data. In this example, I am able to capture the application user's local timezone and the UTC offset. When creating the Context Object, none of the three strings can be empty. The parameters are Category, Action, Text and Value. uses System.Analyt...

Posted by on in Programming
Using XE8 Settings Migration Tool RAD Studio XE8 has a new tool for migrating IDE settings from an older version, or within different installations of the same version. There are several elements to consider when migrating to RAD Studio XE8 from an older version (see tomorrow’s skill sprint for a live demo). The first is the new Settings Migration Tool, which helps you reconfigure the IDE according to your preferences. The second is the migration of any component, and of your code. This blog post focuses on the Settings Mi...
  • Page :
  • 1

Check out more tips and tricks in this development video: