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FireMonkey on Linux!

Author: Pawe Gowacki It did not take long since the release of Delphi Linux compiler to have the ability to build Linux GUIs with Delphi! Just go to http://fmxlinux.com and get the only currently available download of FireMonkey for Linux which is “Free Trial v 0.905”. RAD Studio 10.2 “Tokyo” must be installed. Install the trial after making sure it is not running. It is…
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Why is Delphi for Linux Important?

Author: Todor Geshev I recently asked some of our MVPs why Delphi for Linux was important to them. This is what they had to say . . . “Delphi on Linux expands the Delphi World to large web servers, important for web services, and to small micro servers that can be used…
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Creating Custom Styles with the Bitmap Style Designer - CodeRage Replay, Tips & Tricks and Sample Files

Style Creation Tips Start out with the 3x resolution graphic first, then scale down to 2x, 1.5x and 1x using your graphic design tool of choice (for example, Photoshop) Save each graphic as a png. Except for the 1x resolution, all style graphics need to include the resolution size as part of the file name, i.e.: 1x:     _name.png 1.5x:  _name15x.png 2x  :   _name20x.png 3x  :  …
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What is RAD Server and How You Can Use It?

Author: Emailx45 I’m digging the new job. Lots of interesting things going on. Lots of great plans. Now, you may not realize it, but I’m the Director of Product Management for all the Embarcadero products, including a very cool product named RAD Server. Many of you may have heard of RAD Server, but aren’t exactly sure what it is or why you’d want or need it. Well, read this blog…
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Using the Floating Form Designer in Delphi

The Floating Form Designer is often commented as one of the reasons many developers still love using Delphi 7after almost 14 years. In that time Delphi has moved on a long way,firstly moving to theGalileo(docked) IDE, added unicode,64bit…
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Version control: Get started with Git, remote repositories and RAD Studio XE8

Author: Luis Navarro In one of the latest surveys among RAD Studio developers, we realized that there is still a significant part of the community that doesn’t use any version control system, a surprising 32%. There are many reasons to use a version control system, no matter if you’re a single developer working in a small project or if you’re a large team working in a big one. So, if…
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