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Save Time With This Quick LiveBindings Trick For Delphi And C++Builder LiveBindings is a great technology built into Delphi and C++Builder for bypassing most of the code involved in a CRUD data cycle (Create, Read, Update and Delete Cycle). It can keep you out of massive amounts of technical debt. However, sometimes the standard LiveBindings method of binding some controls can be overly complex. You can easily simplify your LiveBindings by using an invisible TEdit control. Basically you bind your field value to the TEdit and set the TEdit to Visible := F...
Perform Low Code Calculations Using LiveBindings In Delphi FireMonkey On Android And IOS Calculating fields together with LiveBindings in Delphi FireMonkey can be a good low code alternative to writing a bunch of code to do the same. LiveBindings makes it relatively easy to add fields together using it's CustomFormat property. LiveBindings supports a wide variety of operations in the CustomFormat property can you can check out more information about that in the Embarcadero DocWiki. There is a demo with this post that shows how to add three fields together and output the result to a ...
Direct2D "Advanced Path Geometries" Win7 SDK Example Translated to Delphi 2010 In two days I'm talking about Windows 7 development at Delphi 2010 HandsOn Workshop with Bob Swart and Bruno Fierens from TMS Software. One of the cool new features introduced in Delphi 2010 specifically for Windows 7 is support for native Direct2D development. Direct2D is very interesting, new graphics subsystem that utilizies GPU processing power for rendering regular operating system windows. Because of the performance considerations Direct2D has been implemented in native code in Windo...
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