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Elegant Multi-Device FireMonkey Styles

This video presents building a profile screen for your multi-device application using the FireMonkey framework with both native UI support and custom styling. Highlighted in the video are custom multi-device styles included in Embarcadero’s premium style pack and custom styles from DelphiStyles.com.

You can find all the styles from the GetIt Package Manager.

Once you apply styles using the TStyleBook component, you can get great UI and UX. As you can see there tens of styles available for you to utilize in your FireMonkey or VCL applications.

Moreover, you can customize the default style of the component and create your FireMonkey styles. For instance, by changing the opacity of the background style object you can make transparent components. Here is an example:


As you can see we are changing the default values of the style objects and making a new custom style for the TEdit component.

That is it, now we have our transparent TEdit component.

Be sure to watch the 5-minute video tutorial where you can see demos in action!


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