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How To Make Transparent Apps And Use Sepia Or Emboss Effects

Hello C++ Developers, Today we picked up some great posts that focus on these areas: File Attributes, File Path in Strings, Transparent Apps, Sepia and Emboss Effects. LearnCPlusPlus.org is packed full of great articles for professionals and beginners alike. The posts vary from articles suitable for people who are just starting to learn C++ – basics like string handling, pointers, loops…
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RAD Studio

The Future Of Software Performance Is At Stake

If you look at the modern-day software development industry from outside, everything, especially development on windows, looks like it couldn’t have been better. Virtually every technology field that requires programming, from websites and consumer services to…
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How To Make Splash Screens, Icons, Bind Data And More In C++

Hello C++ App Developers, Professional applications have greatIconsandSplash Screens. They catch the user’s eye and help add to an overall impression of quality and attention to detail. Today we link to a couple of really great articles on how to create and add icons and splash screens to give that extra polish to your work. Static librariesare a good way to…
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DelphiIDERAD Studio

You Need To Know The Compelling Reasons For Native Apps

Native app development has substantial benefits over framework-based “one size fits all” comprises whether it’s for native windows development or mobile devices. It is simpler, less convoluted and circuitous to create, easier to run, and the user interface is typically smoother with noticeable responsiveness. Often, developers feel there is a barrier holding them back from…
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DelphiRAD Studio

How To Create Real-Time Applications With SignalR On Windows

History on Client-Server Apps When the original web first came into widespread public use things were reasonably basic. Webpages were effectively specialized documents, like a library. Users clicked on links to articles they found interesting. Somewhere, perhaps on another side of the world, another computer or server was the destination for that click or as we came to call it: the request. The…
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