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FireMonkey Quick Edit Support in 10.2.2 We released RAD Studio 10.2.2 this week. One of the new features is Quick Edit support in the IDE for FireMonkey. With the new Quick Edit feature, you can quickly perform common actions in the FireMonkey Form Designer. This functionality matches the VCL Quick Edit feature introduced in Berlin Anniversary Update, which was also enhanced in this release.
Design Considerations for Multi-Platform Applications - CodeRage Replay During my CodeRage session on Design Considerations for Multi-Platform Applications earlier this month, I covered the Dos and Don’ts of multi-device application development, common UI and UX paradigms, an overview of the FireUI Designer and how to create a modern settings and user profile screen, complete with native and custom theming. You can access the replay on EmbarcaderoAcademy.com. Signing up for an account is free....
Healthcare App Prototype Built In Delphi Wins First Place In Startup Weekend Competition! A Techstars Startup Weekend event was held between November 17 and November 19, 2017 in Bakersfield, California. The Startup Weekend events are about bringing together entrepreneurs for meeting new people, building, and launching new products in a hackathon environment. I attended the event and took part as a competitor. At Startup Weekend ideas are purposed and then teams are formed around the ideas. The teams have 54 hours to build out their idea and the best execution...
9 FireMonkey Component Suites To Get You Up And Running Fast In Delphi 10.2 Tokyo Delphi 10.2 Tokyo ships with a massive amount of FireMonkey components for cross platform development on Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows. However, there is always room for more custom components to be built to get your app done that much faster. Additionally, once you start deploying your app or it starts getting large you may want to start optimizing some of the functionality. There are quite a few free component suites out there now for FMX from a variety of different authors. There are also ...
FMX.Graphicsの TBitmapマスクを利用する場合[JAPAN]     Delphiの場合 Delphiでは TBitmapの constructorは別名で複数持っています。CreateFromBitmapAndMask, CreateFromFile, CreateFromStream procedure TForm1.FormCreate(Sender: TObject); var src_bmp, mask_bmp: TBitmap; output_bmp: TBitmap; begin src_bmp := TBitmap.CreateFromFile('元のPNG'); mask_bmp := TBitmap.CreateFromFile('マスク用のBMP'); output_bmp := TBitmap.CreateFromBitmapAndMask(src_bmp, mask_bmp); output_bmp.SaveToFile('保存.PNG'); //出力されたPNGは元のPNGがマスク処理されている。 end;...

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What is my IP address? There are many situation when it would handy to know the IP address of a device where our app is running. Maybe you want to identify who is running your app? By IP address it is also possible to calculate the approximate location of a device. If you connect to Internet through a router, there are big chances that it implements "Network Address Translation" (NAT), to make it harder for remote machines to establish a direct connection to a machine within a local network. Recently I have come acro...
Wi-Fi management from applications using C++Builder Using C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo, explain how to switch Wi-Fi on Android. Manage Wi-Fi switching using JWifiManager I use di_JWifiManager which wrapped WifiManager.di_JWifiManager is the Delphi interface.Set the variable. _di_JWifiManager f_WifiManager; use it like this. Required headers Header file for using WifiManager. #include <Androidapi.JNI.Net.hpp> #include <Androidapi.Helpers.hpp> #include <Androidapi.JNI.Graphi...
Building a Google Drive VCL application using Enterprise Connectors In today's blog post,  I am providing a simple step-by-step tutorial for creating a VCL application that connects to Google Drive using the Google Drive Enterprise Connector component. The CData FireDAC Component for Google Drive provides an easy-to-use database-like interface for Delphi & C++Builder Apps access to live Google Drive data (Files, Changes, Apps, and more).
Cross Platform Activity Progress Dialog For Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows In Delphi 10.2 Tokyo The Hospitality Survey Client project is part of the Hospitality Survey App template for Delphi 10.2 Tokyo that Embarcadero has released through their GetIt platform. The Hospitality Survey App consists of four different projects. In this blog post I will cover the progress/activity dialog TFrame that is built into the Hospitality Survey Client project. The progress/activity functionality is built as a TFrame and then included in the Main Form and set to Align := Contents. Align ...

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"Expert Delphi" webinar replay - Part 2 As promised during the "Expert Delphi - Part 2" webinar yesterday, here is the webinar link replay Enjoy!...

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