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Easily Control Android App Permissions In Delphi With Mobile Permissions Component


Since Android 6.0 Marshmallow, users can control the permissions needed by an application. And developers should maintain the accessibility of their applications by handling these permissions properly. You can find out more about the Android Permission Module in the DocWiki. You can also learn about how to configure app permissions on the project in the IDE in the DocWiki.

With Delphi FireMonkey you can control application permissions by creating proper functions to handle permission requests, permission results, and messages to show to the user.

Here is a simple example of how you can request permission using Delphi

But, there is another approach to work with Android permissions. Mobile Permissions Component for Android helps you to write less code and manage easily. This component has the main purpose, to facilitate the request of resource permissions on Android. With just a few lines of code, it is possible to facilitate this work in mobile Android applications.

Head over and check out the Mobile Permissions Component for Android on the GetIt portal and download the component within the IDE.


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