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RxLib and Tokyo Compatibility Although in the page http://www.micrel.cz/RxLib/ says that they are not the official page of the RxLib, anyone needing this library of components to be able to update their version Delphi … they hope that they add support for Delphi Tokyo. As they have become the appropriate referent due to the modifications and maintenance they have provided for several years those who still use this set of components can continue to do so. It is recommended that if you are still using the RxLib...
DevExpress VCL components version 16.1 now available! I just got an email telling me that the new release of DevExpress VCL components, version 16.1, is now available. The "What's New in vol. 16.1" page includes: Community Technology Preview (CTP) of the new VCL PDF Viewer Control, new VCL Callout Popup Control, new Range Track Bar Editor, new Windows Explorer View in the Grid Control, the Rich Edit Control now exposes the Windows Rich Edit Control's native API, and many other enhancements. The DevExpress VCL component pack version 16.1 feature li...
13 Amazing Component Sets Driving Success In Delphi Berlin On Android And IOS There are quite a few Firemonkey component sets available for Delphi Berlin which can get you ahead of the game when developing for Android and IOS. Think of component developers as another part of your team: they do the foundation work for you so you can focus on the actual functionality. Here are thirteen of these component set developers which give you access to everything from FFMPEG video playback to amazing grid capabilities to in app payments to cross platform math libraries to ...
Webinar Replay: Introducing RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 10.1 Berlin Webinar Replay: Introducing RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 10.1 Berlin Thursday, April 21, 2016 Embarcadero YouTube Channel at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CHPXbUeSJ8 Launch Webinar Starts at: 00:00:00 Q&A Starts at: 01:10:32 Webinar Replay Ends at: 02:09:42   RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 10.1 Berlin provide you with the fastest way to develop applications for Windows 10, Cross-Platform, Enterprise Architectures, Cloud Services and the Internet of Things. You’ll...
Ways you can customize the RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 10 Seattle IDE today From time to time I get asked how developers can customize their IDE experience. There are many ways to set options that affect the IDE, registry settings you can change and external 3rd party tools you can use. Here are a few ideas about what you can do to take control of the look and feel of the Embarcadero RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 10 Seattle IDE. Use the IDE Tools | Options menu items The tools options dialog box contains a wide array of environment, code editor, tool palette and o...

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Cool new FMX components by Graham Murt @kscomponents Some cool new FireMonkey components, ksComponents (Kernow Software FMX components), created by Graham Murt, are available on GitHub. You'll find the source code for TksListView, TksFormTransition, TksTableView,TksSlideMenu, TksSegmentButtons and TksChatView. Readme file can be found at https://github.com/gmurt/KernowSoftwareFMX/blob/master/README.md. You can follow the kSComponents on Twitter @kscomponents. On the @kscomponents twitter feed you can see video demos of the components in ac...

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These are the components you are looking for I’m not the first to blog about components, probably not even the first today. By this point you know that we acquired some of Raize Software’s top offerings. Maybe you’ve already checked them out, use them daily, know them backwards and forwards and are wearing the t-shirt. CodeSite Studio 5 and Konopka Signature VCL Controls (formerly known as Raize Components) have been available from Embarcadero for a few months now. Get the whole run-down on these powerful tools here: Konopka and CodeSite. So what’s new??? You can get them free with any upgrade or purchase of Professional, Enterprise or Ultimate RAD Studio, C++Builder or Delphi 10 Seattle through December 18, 2015. See here for details. Is that all? Why no, it’s not. If you just want to purchase these as stand-alone components we’ve made some changes to what you get. In short, we have cranked up the value. Each license is now fully loaded with maintenance for a full year. We’ve cut the pricing. We’ve also simplified upgrades. We heard you loud and clear and are offering you more. CodeSite Studio 5 and Konopka Signature VCL Controls work with our latest release, 10 Seattle. Find them here.
Join me at CodeRage for my session on the RAD Solution Pack CodeRage X starts tomorrow. The theme for this year’s CodeRage conference is “Develop Anything, Anytime, Anywhere”. The conference will cover development topics for the Delphi Object Pascal and C++ programming languages. Sessions about Windows 10 development using VCL, Multi-Device development using FireMonkey, the Internet of Things, Proximity app development using Beacons, Cloud Services, Enterprise Data and Programming Tips, Tricks and Techniques will be covered. The conference will have two live stream developer tracks – one for Object Pascal and one for C++. I will be doing a session on the RAD Solution Pack tomorrow. You can register for CodeRage X at http://forms.embarcadero.com/CodeRageXRegistration.  

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RAD Solution Pack - Now Available! The RAD Solution Pack is available now.  So what is that?  Think of it as the dream team of components from the top component providers for Delphi and C++Builder.  It is a collection of tools for charting, reporting, grids, UI controls, debugging, analytics and IoT all in one complete package.   Who is it for?  There are three versions of the pack, one for VCL only application, another just for FMX and a third that gives you both. What do I need to ...

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JEDI libraries now in GetIt Package Manager Hello. I'm very pleased to announce that the popular JEDI libraries are now available in the GetIt Package Manager catalog.      For those who don't know these libraries, the JEDI Code Library (JCL) consists of a set of thoroughly tested and fully documented utility functions and non-visual classes which can be instantly reused in your Delphi and C++ Builder projects, while JVCL is a library of over 600 Delphi visual and non-visual Delphi/C++Builder components.  So ...

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