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31 XE3 quick videos in 31 days - Oct25 - Adding Actions and Gestures to the FireFlow application This video shows you how to quickly add actions and gestures to the RAD Studio XE3 FireMonkey 2 FireFlow sample application (an adaption of the Cover Flow 3D animated UI found in iTunes, Mac Finder and other applications).  Four actions (First, Last, Left and Right) are created and connected to four standard gestures (Left, Right, ChevronLeft, ChevronRight).  The actions change the TrackBar value which triggers the already defined TrackBar OnChange Event Handler to animate the UI. The FireFlow s...
31 XE3 quick videos in 31 days - Oct10 - Adding Gestures to your Windows and Mac Apps In RAD Studio XE3 you can now use gestures in your Windows and Mac applications using FireMonkey 2. This short video shows you how to create Delphi and C++Builder Windows and Mac applications that use gestures. On Windows you can use a mouse and touch devices. On Mac OS X you use the two finger gesture support on the built-in touch pad or an external track pad. For additional information about using Gestures in your FireMonkey Windows and Mac applications, read the article on the Embarcade...

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RAD Studio 2010 - Touch & Gestures Part 2 One of the integrated touch features of the VCL in RAD Studio 2010 is interactive multi-touch gestures. We call them InteractiveGestures because they fire the OnGesture event continuosly as the gesture is performed, allowing UI to be updated to reflect zooming, panning and rotation. InteractiveGestures are accessed from the new Touch property, as seen below:     There are 5 InteractiveGestures: zoom, pan, rotate, two finger tap and press and tap. Responding to an InteractiveGesture is a...

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RAD Studio 2010 - Touch & Gestures Part 1 Finally! RAD Studio 2010 is just around the corner which means we can talk about all that new awesome "stuff" we've been working on. Chris Bensen and I have spent a lot of our time working on building a gesturing framework and integrating touch into the VCL. Here's a sneak peek of what's coming:   Most controls now have a Touch property, which hosts everything related to gesturing and touch.   The platform independant gesturing framework uses a mouse, pen or (single) touch and contains ove...
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