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Learn How to Use the New JSON Features in RAD Studio 10 Seattle

Author: franklinrhsampaio Learn How to Use the New JSON Features in RAD Studio 10 Seattle – Webinar Wednesday, March 2, 2016 Pawel Glowacki – Embarcadero Technologies RAD Studio 10 “Seattle” introduces many new features for working with JSON documents. In this demo-oriented session you will learn new ways of reading and generating JSON that requires less memory and provides better…
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Cool new FMX components by Graham Murt @kscomponents

Some cool new FireMonkey components, ksComponents (Kernow Software FMX components), created by Graham Murt, are available on GitHub. You’ll find the source code for TksListView, TksFormTransition, TksTableView,TksSlideMenu, TksSegmentButtons and TksChatView. Readme…
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Creating a custom button style with RAD Studio 10 Seattle

In RAD Studio 10 Seattle, we made many enhancements to the integrated style designer in the IDE. In today’s post, I thought I would cover the steps for creating your own custom button style using RAD Studio 10 Seattle. Follow the steps below to create your own custom button style for Windows. The same steps apply to customizing UI controls for other platforms as well. 1. Go to File > New…
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Fun with FireMonkey Gradients

Author: Pawe Gowacki Everybody loves colours. Great apps should use colours in clever and original ways. I have been recently spending a lot of time using Delphi XE5 for designing screens for mobile apps and must admit that I really like the way how iOS 7 is using colours…
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Changing FireMonkey style at runtime

Author: Pawe Gowacki Last month Sarina DuPont blogged about loading custom FireMonkey styles on a mobile device at runtime (“How to load custom styles at runtime“). That’s a very interesting approach to compile a custom style as a resource into the mobile app. This week there was another blog post by David I about the availability of the new great looking mobile FireMonkey…
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Creating an Overflow Menu on Android

During my CodeRage 8 session I talked about creating an Action Bar with an Overflow menu, so I wanted to provide some step-by-step instructions. On Android, an Action Bar is atop(or top and bottomaligned) toolbar that is segmented into…