Archive for October, 2011
This week, Thursday, David I will be in London for one day only!
This must see event is almost full, so if you want to come and see RadStudio XE2 LIVE in action with David I, then please book now before all the spaces are gone!
See you in London!!
With cross platform development opening up thanks to FireMonkey, this short video shows how to make a Java server talk to a FireMonkey client. The HD FireMonkey client is then compiled for running on Windows and also on MAC with exactly the same code! How cool is that!!
FireMonkey and Cross Platform DevelopmentPosted by Stephen Ball on October 31st, 2011 under Delphi, FireMonkey, Java | Comment now »
Embarcadero’s Delphi and C++ Builder FireMonkey applications can be quickly updated to show some stunning effects on the UI. This video quickly looks at how you can update GUI controls using over 60 simple effects components that you can set at both design and run time.
The great thing about adding effects (e.g. a Glow Effect) [...]
Packaging up functionality for use in multiple projects is something that has been done for years using Dynamic Link Library’s (DLL’s). MAC also has the ability to product Dynamic Link Libraries (dylib’s).
In this video we look at writing code once, that compiles for use on Windows and MacOSX using two project types, Dynamic Link Library [...]
In this video, you get to see FireFlow, a sample application for FireMonkey, written with Delphi XE2, compiled for Windows and also for the MAC from the same common code, producing native application files. FireMonkey allows you to write a single UI, with a single set of code, that compiles for multiple targets!!! HOW COOL [...]Posted by Stephen Ball on October 11th, 2011 under Delphi, FireMonkey | Comment now »
We have had a lot of questions on the road show tour about how to mix Fire Monkey and VCL. Although this is not officially supported, a number of blogs have started to appear with ways to do this.
One way that is appropriate to add additional functionality to your VCL application is by writing a [...]
Using RadPHP XE2 part of RADStudio XE2 it is possible to write and deploy native applications to the Android platform.
In this short video, we will demonstrate a simple web application written in RadPHP and deploy it to an Android emulator as a native application.