Last few years, we can see that many amazing and visually stunning FireMonkey and VCL styles have been developed. With these kinds of styles, you can take your user experience of the application to next level by just applying it with the TStyleBook component.
TStyleBook component stores a collection of styles for a form. When you understand styles and this TStyleBook you can easily customize any template style files to your needs.
- FMX Style – Calypso
- FMX Style – MaterialOxfordBlue
- FMX Multi-Device Style – Material Patterns Blue
- FMX Style – PuertoRico
- FMX Style – Stellar
- FMX Multi-Device Style – Ubuntu Clear Fantasy
- FMX Style – WedgewoodLight
Be sure to check out these workshops to learn more about FireMonkey Styles
- Customizing Controls with FMX Styles, with Ray Konopka
- Native and Custom FireMonkey Styles
- Useful Hints for Working with FMX Styles – CodeRage 2019
Head over and check out the FMX Styles on the GetIt portal and download them from the IDE
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What’s the license of those styles? What about the license of derivatives? If somebody is building an opensource application, can they use one of those styles as a basis? Since they’ll have to redistribute the style with the source code, it would be best if they didn’t have to use a separate license.