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Level Up Your UI Design Skills You’re short on time, and cash, so where can you go to learn new skills to improve your app UIs? There are a ton of free, or nearly free, on-demand resources if you know where to look.   Enroll in free, or inexpensive, Online Courses: I love taking classes from Coursera. You can access the same college and university classes taught by great schools for free by auditing classes. (I also use Coursera for non-technical courses like literature.) Design Principles by University of Californi...

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Mobile App Navigation with TTabControl RAD Studio, Delphi, and C++Builder offer many controls to help create native mobile apps with consistent appearances that behave naturally for each platform. Today we’re going to look at the TabControl on iOS. When we develop for specific platforms like iOS and the iPhone, it’s important to adhere to that platform’s guidelines to improve the user experience, satisfaction, and adoption rates. For iPhone, those guidelines are captured in the Human Interface Guidelines, and we will specifically lo...
Webinar Replay: UX Excellence: Cross Platform Design Patterns Proper User Interface paradigms makes for the best user experience with your applications. Learn how to apply design patterns your cross platform user interfaces to give your users the best experience possible. 
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Что нового в TImageList Более подробно об этом компоненте рассказано в статье TImageList в Fire Monkey, а здесь я хочу сосредоточить внимание на непонятностях и нововведениях (Embarcadero® RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin Version 24.0). 1. Остается популярным вопрос: "А почему это у меня картинка всегда 16×16?" На самом деле это не так. Просто в разделе "Selected Image" всегда отображаются координаты и размеры для масштаба 1, а при добавлении файла с использованием кнопки Add автоматически устанавливается масштаб есл...
Mobile User Interface Design: Navigation Drawer Drawer menus are very popular since they allow you to take advantage of more screen real estate when building your app. The main application menu is hidden by default, and invoked by tapping on a menu item or swiping left/right. This type of UI can be seen in many popular mobile applications, including Facebook, Youtube and Gmail. Drawer Navigation Key Features: Main app menu is hidden by default Invoked by tapping on a menu button or swiping left/right Allows you to take advan...

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Easily customize your mobile UI in XE6 In RAD Studio XE6, we introduced a new property for TSpeedButton, TButton and TToolbar called 'Tint'. The Tint property is enabled based on your StyleLookUp selection for the particular component. For example, if you have a TSpeedButton selected with StyleLookUp = actiontoolbutton, you will see a Tint property in the Object Inspector called IconTintColor since this style element consists of a glyph. For text based buttons, such as StyleLookUp = listitembutton, you can change the TintCo...
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