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Top 10 How To's: FireMonkey

The FireMonkey® framework is the multi-device, true native app development and runtime platform behind RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder. FireMonkey is designed for teams building multi-device, true native apps for Windows, OS X, Android and iOS, and getting them to app stores and enterprises fast. The recent release of the VCL and FMX Libraries for Python introduced some spectacular new…
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RAD Studio

Quickly Control Light Bulbs Using FireMonkey

ThingConnect IoT device component pack is one of the best areas of RAD Studio. It offers you to connect to dozens of IoT devices with easy-to-use interfaces. For instance, you can connect to the Aeon Labs Light Bulb using Delphi or C++ Builder. As you can see these…
DelphiRAD Studio

Fun With 3D: Apply A Texture To A GPU Shader With Delphi FireMonkey

We have been exploring shader programming in Delphi FireMonkey. In thefirst post, we have learned the fundamentals of computer graphics and prepared the development environment. And created a simple demo application that just renders every pixel using a blue color. So,in the second tutorial, we have applied a custom color to the GPU shader. And made several additions to the main…
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Fun Pebble Search Galet Pocket App Is Built With Delphi FireMonkey For Android

Galet Pocket is based on a local game in the developer’s area and is written in Delphi. According to the developer, “parents and kid, find pebble draw on it and hide it. My app is simple, you can set the position of your pebble and find pebble hidden by others users. I got 500 registered users and around 1000 pebble hide in one week.” Galet Pocket is an application that allows…
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Quickly Build A Drawer With The TMultiView Component For Android And iOS Apps Using FireMonkey In Delphi

The MultiViewDemo sample demonstrates how to build an application that implements the “master-detail” interface and how to use the master panel presentation modes. In this post, we’ll show a sample that allows you to change the master panel characteristics, such as mode, placement, sliding mode, shadow properties, etc, with the help and use of Windows App Development Tools.
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