C++Code

This Week's New C++ Post Picks From LearnCPlusPlus.org

Hello C++ Developers. Every week, we try to add about 8 to15 new and unique C++ posts toLearnCPlusPlus.organd these are mostly educational posts that can be used by a wide range starting from beginners to professional developers. We explain here how to use the powerful Modern C++ language in easy steps. We test examples with the latestRAD Studio, C++ Builderversions…
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C++Delphi

Rapidly Create Modern Looking Responsive Master-Detail User Interfaces

RAD Studio comes with hundreds of visual and non-visual components to make developers’ life easier. But not knowing how to use them is the problem most of the time. I have seen many new VCL and FMX developers try to do something within a hard way. So, we are here for you to help on making things easy for you. Most of the time problems occur when a developer does not know what he has…
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C++Delphi

Learn How To Build Powerful User Interfaces With Delphi FireMonkey In This Bootcamp Replay

Once you learn how to create compelling user interfaces with the FireMonkey you start feeling the power of the FireMonkey. In this video, you can learn the concepts of FireMonkey which helps you to think wider with the FireMonkey. Here are the basics of the FireMonkey: Anything can be nestedSee ClipChildrenMost numeric properties are single & animatablePosition, RotationCenter…
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C++CodeIDERAD Studio

C++ Builder 10.4.x Platform APIs

C++ Builder provides three levels of development: ⦁ Components (VCL and FMX) ⦁ Common Libraries (RTL). ⦁ Platform APIs (iOS, Android, Mac OS) In this post we will discuss and show how to use the Platform APIs (iOS, Android, Mac OS). Specifically, we’ll look at…
C++DelphiTech Partner

PDFium - PDF Engine for your Delphi/C++ Builder FireMonkey Applications

Intro PDFium Component Suite for FireMonkey has so many capabilities to handle PDF documents. It uses PDFium open-source PDF rendering engine and supports Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. PDFium itself is used by the Chromium project. So, you can understand that “ium” comes from Chromium! This is a fully open-source project and you can contribute to that here. Installation Since…
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