Have an amazing solution built in RAD Studio? Let us know. Looking for discounts? Visit our Special Offers page!
C++

Developer Direct 2014 Mobile School: Lesson 3 Slides and Replays

Author: Wayne S8181 Monday, July 14, 2014: Lesson 3 – Accessing Local Storage and Data In this lesson, we explore local storage covering a range of options including using INI files and local document storage. This lesson will also show how to use FireDAC database access components to connect to and use local SQLite, InterBase IBLite and IBToGo. You will understand the core concepts when…
Read more
C++

Mobile User Interface Design: Navigation Drawer

Drawer menus are very popular since they allow you to take advantage of more screen real estate when building your app. The main application menu is hidden by default, and invoked by tapping on a menu item or swiping left/right. This type of UI can be seen in many…
C++

Mobile User Interface Design: Home Screen Navigation

Author: Carlos V17533 When it comes to mobile UI design, there are several key design paradigms. I covered the different mobile UI design patterns in my recent C++ Mobile Day session. Today, I thought I would write a quick tutorial on how to create your own Home Screen Navigation using Delphi, C++Builder or RAD Studio XE6. App Home Screen Navigation Key Features • Images arranged in a grid…
Read more
C++

Adding user account creation to your BaaS enabled apps

In RAD Studio XE6, we introduced our BaaS (Backend as a Service) support. This includes components for both Kinvey and Parse. Part of our component pack is the TBackendUsers component which is designed to be hooked into either the ParseProvider or KinveyProvider…
C++

Finding your Tethered Apps

Author: Vincent P596 RAD Studio XE6, Delphi XE6 and C++Builder XE6 include support for tethering your VCL and FMX apps together. This blog post shows you how to display all of the tethered apps that you can find on your subnet. App Tethering includes two components: TTetheringManager and TTetheringAppProfile. For this article I’ve built a Delphi VCL application that uses these two components…
Read more

IN THE ARTICLES