Following up on my recent blog post and CodeRage session on creating custom style elements, I thought I would do another post on custom styling, this time focusing on changing the overall color scheme for one of the style templates we provide without creating new style elements from scratch.
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During this week's CodeRage event, I gave a lightning talk on using the Bitmap Style Designer to create a custom style for TSwitch. This blog post summarizes the steps, tips and tricks shown during my CodeRage session. It also includes the style graphics shown during the session and the session replay link.
We have just posted a great new custom FireMonkey Windows 10 style that you can use to build Windows 10 apps with RAD Studio XE8 right now. With the full release of Windows 10 being right around the corner, this is a great time to start building apps for Windows 10. You can apply the Windows 10 style to your existing FireMonkey apps and new FireMonkey Windows applications using the StyleBook component. You can download the new FireMonkey Windows 10 XE8 style here. For the VCL Windows 10 style...
Our current RAD offer (valid through September 30th, 2014) includes a new FireMonkey premium style pack. This pack includes the following 4 new multi-device styles for iOS, Android, Windows and Mac: Emerald Crystal Emerald Dark Coral Crystal Coral Dark Our existing Jet, Diamond and Sterling styles have also been extended on the Desktop side to include the same UI elements as the premium mobile styles. Below are the steps for getting started using premium styles with FireUI:1...
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