Patrick Premartin

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Patrick Premartin posted a comment on Targeting iOS 12 with RAD Studio 3 months ago

I think you don't understand something about mobile programming.Delphi support Android 7 and 8 in the actual release and all devices that has an Android version using API 14 and greater.It's the same thing for iOS : we (developers) compile for an API

Patrick Premartin posted a comment on Targeting iOS 12 with RAD Studio 3 months ago

nice spam bot

Patrick Premartin replied to the topic 'OSX Appstore sandbox off' in the forum. 1 year ago

Before spending time on it, verify developper certificates and check the errors generated by toolchain.

(add verbose mode on PAServer and use each command manually to check its errors, the solution will appear there)

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Patrick Premartin replied to the topic 'OSX Appstore sandbox off' in the forum. 1 year ago

Hi
It's probably a problem with signing the PKG.
To upload Mac software to ITC you need to:- give good developpers certificats on the Project / Tools / Provisionning / Mac OS X / App Store- compile the software for Mac App Store at platform target- deploy the software (with Project / Deploy option)
Upload the generated PKG file with App Loader.

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Patrick Premartin replied to the topic 'TListView Failed on StyleBook Selection Color' in the forum. 1 year ago

could you give us a part of your code to check and to tests ?

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Patrick Premartin replied to the topic 'Bug Delphi XE10.2 Tokyo iOS "Short Version String"' in the forum. 1 year ago

There are QA threads about this problem. I suppose this one is the cause of your question :https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-15020
It would be better Embarcadero let use write what we want on each plist property in he project options panel.

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Patrick Premartin replied to the topic 'TActionManager and building UI' in the forum. 1 year ago

Hi Marko
The TActionManager is very usefull when you have many components for the same operation. It's a good way for MVC programming.
If your software is very simple you don't have to use TActionManager and can use components onclick events directly, but if you want to have good practice, it's better to use it.
That's general rules. You can do anything with Delphi and there are many ways to do the same thing.
If you want to use the action manager, use it.If you need visual components that don't propose a TActionManager property, you simply have to call your action in its onClick event.

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Hi,If you want you can copy the unit I use in my projects. I did a blog post here with the source code : https://www.developpeur-pascal.fr/p/_2002-faire-vibrer-un-smartphone-sous-ios-ou-android-depuis-une-application-developpee-avec-delphi.htmlFor An

what release of Macos and Xcode do you use ?

Patrick Premartin replied to the topic 'FireDAC, MySQL, D10' in the forum. 2 years ago

Hi Jim
Do you have SQL error messages ?
Please try with quotes for the dates : CallDate between "2014-08-13" and "2016-08-13"
or without "is" in you "is >="

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HiNo joined picture to see how to add the framework to iOS SDK, so do this if you want to use this code on iPhone: - go to tools / options / SDK Manager - choose your iOS SDK - clic on a framework (for example foundation) on the list - clic Add - for