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Customizing the style for a user interface control in RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin The integrated Style Designer in RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin has undergone several changes and improvements, including: Clipboard, keyboard and multi-selection support on the Structure view Preview panel Zooming support I recently received a question from a customer on how to best customize a style for a specific component, and I thought I'd cover the steps in a blog post. In this tutorial, we are going to change the background color of TGroupBox.   Step 1: Create a new FireMonkey Mult...
How to best load an image from a URL using TWebBrowser when targeting multiple devices I recently got a question from a customer on how to restrict the image size to the actual device screen dimensions when using TWebBrowser, so I thought I would create a blog post about it. Often times, images that are loaded from the web using an URL may be bigger than the form factor the app is being run on, causing the user to have to scroll to see the entire image. Below is a code snippet that shows you how to restrict the web image to fit perfectly to the form factor the app is being run on. Read on to find the full snippet code! Start a free trial of RAD Studio!

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Using the WinRT Globalization API With RAD Studio 10 Seattle, developers can rapidly update their VCL and FMX applications to take full advantage of the Windows 10 wave. Support includes Windows 10 and native WinRT/UWP components and APIs, Windows 10 VCL User Experience controls, and updated Windows 10 FMX support. We have a great demo that shows you how to use the ICalendar interface to show the current date of the system in the different calendar systems, as well as specific information from the four calendar systems.The samp...

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Using QueryLines to filter your BaaS data Today I thought I would do a quick tutorial on how you can filter your BaaS data using TBackendQuery's QueryLines feature. This allows you to filter your cloud data using regular expressions. For more information on regular expressions, click here. If you have never used a Backend-as-a-Service provider like Kinvey, Parse or App42 and are looking to build BaaS enabled apps with 10 Seattle, I would recommend having a look at my tutorial series: http://blogs.embarcadero.com/sarinadupont/category/b...

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My CodeRage Session Replay on Windows 10 UI and UX CodeRage X was a great event. Lots of attendees and great questions. My session replay on "Update Your Application UI/UX with the All New Windows 10 Look and Feel" is now available for replay. For CodeRage X related resources, other replays and more, please visit: embt.co/crx-blog    ...
Join me at CodeRage for my session on updating your application UI for Windows 10 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 ...
PAServer Hotfix for RAD Studio 10 Seattle - iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan Apple released Mac OS X El Capitan today. With Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio 10 Seattle, we provide support for building OS X applications that run on OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) or 10.9 (Mavericks). We also provide support for building applications that run on iOS 9 using the iOS 9 SDK, or on iOS 7, 8 and iOS 9 using the iOS 8 SDK. This PAServer Hotfix that we released for Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio 10 today provides fixes for: building OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) applications with De...
Native Platform Rendering on Windows and iOS with RAD Studio 10 Seattle With this release, we support native platform rendering on Windows for controls such as TEdit and TMemo, in addition to supporting native platform rendering for a range of controls on iOS. The underlying architecture is MVC based and backward compatible, enabling you to choose between Styled and Platform control types at design time on a per control basis for each supported control. This allows you to select whether a control will be implemented at runtime by FireMonkey’s GPU driven rendering or...

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RAD Studio 10 Seattle - New FireMonkey Features Learn about the key new FireMonkey features in RAD Studio 10 Seattle with this quick overview video:     RAD Studio 10 Seattle includes many new FireMonkey features. Choose from 3 built-in Windows 10 styles to give your existing and new applications the distinct Windows 10 look and feel.The Multiview menu component provides a new mode for Windows 10 to present an animated slide-in drawer on Windows.RAD Studio 10 Sea...
Steps for building iOS 32-bit applications for iOS 9 with XE7 and XE8 With RAD Studio 10 Seattle, you can build apps that run on iOS 9. A change in the iOS SDK is causing deployment issues on iOS 9 for 32-bit iOS applications built with XE7 and XE8. This is not an issue with RAD Studio 10 Seattle.  Below are some simple workaround steps for building iOS 32-bit applications for iOS 9 with XE7 and XE8.  This does not impact iOS 64-bit applications or Universal binaries built with XE8 that were deployed to 64-bit iOS de...

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