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Solution for the EditorLineends.ttr issue

Author: Embarcadero USA During the month of August 2014, Microsoft issued a security patch for Windows (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2993651). This update had an impact on past versions of our development tools, including RAD Studio, Delphi, and C++Builder from version 2007 to version 2010. More recent versions of our IDEs (the XE series) are not affected. While each of these IDEs will start…
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Designing App Navigation with TMultiView

In RAD Studio XE7, we introduced a new smart menu component called TMultiView. With TMultiView, it is really easy to create app navigation that automatically adjusts itself depending on form factor, orientation and target platform using our new behavior services. TMultiView…
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FireUI Multi-Device Designer and working with Views

In RAD Studio XE7, we introduced the FireUI Multi-Device Designer. FireUI makes it easy to create user interfaces across multiple devices using a master form to share all user interface code, and then optimize inherited views for each target platform and…
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Bluetooth LE support in RAD Studio XE7

RAD Studio XE7’s integrated wireless support (Bluetooth and Wifi) works with thousands of consumer and industry specific devices. RAD Studio’s approach makes it easy to integrate virtually any device into the app user experience, and even support multiple device vendors with the same code. In RAD Studio XE7, we have a new Bluetooth LE component for connecting to many different…
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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…
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Adding user account creation to your BaaS enabled apps

In RAD Studio XE6, we introduced our BaaS (Backend as a Service) support. This includes components for both Kinvey and Parse. Part of our component pack is the TBackendUsers component which is designed to be hooked into either the ParseProvider or KinveyProvider component. My sample application that I am building as part of this tutorial will allow me to create a user account on either Kinvey.com…
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