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Learn How To Create Flexible Cross-Platform FireMonkey Applications Using TFrameStand For Delphi

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Create modern-looking applications with FireMonkey TFrameStand and TFormStand components from Andrea Magni, who is one of the Delphi and FireMonkey MVPs.

Easily use TFrame or TForm descendants in your FireMonkey applications to gain visual consistency through the whole user experience and easily add modern-looking elements like effects and transitions.

You can easily install TFrame/TFormStand components from GetIt

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Features

  • Responsive frame substitution
  • Share CommonActions through different UI combinations
  • Use any TFrame/TForm and show it through TFrame/TFormStand to add animations, effects, and stands
  • Take advantage of design time style preview and Fire UI technology through TFormStand

Head over and check out these components here!

Be sure to check out this CodeRage X session to deeply learn about TFrameStand and TFormStand FireMonkey components.


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Software Developer | B.Tech-CSE at AUT | Delphi/C++ Builder Enthusiast | Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador | Microsoft Azure Certified | Udacity Alumni
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