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Eight 3D Demos Featuring Volume Rendering, Textures, Shaders, Materials, Polygons, And Models In Delphi FireMonkey

Author: Yogi Yang 007 Developer luxidea over on the LUXOPHIA GitHub account has quite a few 3D demos for Delphi FireMonkey featuring various techniques includingVolume Rendering, Textures, Shaders, Materials, Polygons, Models, and more. If you are looking to work with 3D and FireMonkey this probably a pretty good place to start. The demos appear to be mainly targeted at Windows as some of…
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Delphi Linux Boot Camp

Author: Rostislav Maslov Description: This one-day boot camp introduces you to some of the key technologies you need to know to work with Delphi on Linux and deal with the penguins! Agenda: Configuring Linux Server Configuring Apache Installing Server Modules Working with…
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Coding Bootcamp: Learn Blazing Fast Android And iOS Development With 13 Hours Of FREE Training

Author: Mark- The Delphi Boot Camp series is a free Coding Bootcamp with over 13 hours of training, question & answer sessions, and more with experienced developers. Delphi can be used to build cross-platform applications for Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows 10. This coding boot camp will bring you up to speed quickly and get you building and deploying apps to your devices fast. If…
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Applying a custom style to your Windows and Mac application

Author: Bazzer747 Create a FireMonkey Multi-Device Application Place your UI controls onto your form Browse to the StyleLookUp property for each control and select a style element (you can also do this after following the steps below) Drop TStyleBook onto your form Set the Form’s StyleBook property to StyleBook1 Double-click on the StyleBook component on your form to open the…
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Embarcadero MVP Paul Toth Demos Building A Google Cardboard VR App With Delphi FireMonkey

Author: CarloG Embarcadero MVP Paul Toth has a video up demoing how to build a Google Cardboard VR app with Delphi FireMonkey. Source code is also available. The video is in French so you can use the auto translated subtitlesif needed. The video itself talks about building the stereo view, creating the lens distortion effect, and integrating the rotation vector information. The source code…
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