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Two New Free VCL Styles for CodeRage from 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   Shown: Free Glossy 2 VCL Windows st...
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Modernize your apps with new styles from KSDev, the company behind, has released some stunning new styles for VCL and FireMonkey.  This includes a number of platform specific themes for Windows and macOS. 
New free VCL Style from available in GetIt sells custom VCL and FireMonkey Styles. They are offering a free custom VCL Windows Style for RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo customers through the GetIt Package Manager (Tools > GetIt Package Manager). After downloading the style, you can find it under  C:\Users\YourUsername\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\19.0\CatalogRepository\AquaLightSlate2-1.0 Select the .vsf file and copy it into C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\19.0\Styles To apply the style to your VCL ...
Adding a custom style selector to your VCL application Adding a style selector menu to your application only takes a couple of lines of code and allows you to quickly update your existing user interface while providing added flexibility to your customers. To add a style selector, I added a combobox to the form with the following code: uses VCL.Themes; procedure TForm9.StyleSelectorChange(Sender: TObject); begin TStyleManager.SetStyle(StyleSelector.Text); end; procedure TForm9.FormCreate(Sender: TObject); var StyleName: string...
Creating a profile screen for your mobile application Many mobile applications today include a profile screen. Popular music apps display your favorite musician's bio along with song and album details and concert information on the artist's profile page while social media apps display your hometown information, recently visited locations, profile photo, number of followers and more. I decided to create a nice sample that shows how you can easily implement a profile screen in your own FireMonkey application.
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