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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 Signing up for an account is free....

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My CodeRage Sessions next week CodeRage is next week. Have you signed up yet? Register Now I will be presenting two different sessions: Session 1: RAD Studio Product Address Speaker: Sarina DuPont, Marco Cantu, David Millington When: Tue, 7-Nov from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM Level: All (General information for everyone) Reminder: [Google Calendar] [Watch online] Description: Join Product Management to hear the latest and what is coming for Delphi, C++Builder, RAD Studio and InterBase. Session 2: Design Consider...

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Windows App Modernization with RAD Studio Tokyo With RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo, you can easily update your existing application and give it a modern Windows 10 look and feel. In today's post, I thought I would highlight our Windows 10 support to help you move your existing applications forward. Windows 10 VCL GUI Controls These controls were specifically designed for Windows 10 and address common UI paradigms on Windows 10. While they were designed for Windows 10, the controls will also work with older versions of Windows, such as Windows 7 and...
Creating a profile screen for your mobile application Many mobile applications today include a profile screen. Popular music apps display your favorite musician's bio along with song and album details and concert information on the artist's profile page while social media apps display your hometown information, recently visited locations, profile photo, number of followers and more. I decided to create a nice sample that shows how you can easily implement a profile screen in your own FireMonkey application.
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