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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 file can be found at https://github.com/gmurt/KernowSoftwareFMX/blob/master/README.md. You can follow the kSComponents on…
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Rad Studio Quality Portal user guide

Author: Juan Antonio Ruzafa Embarcadero’s Quality Portalprovides a community process for resolving, clarifying, and tracking quality issues regarding Embarcadero’s products and services.Embarcadero Developer Network(EDN) members can create bug reports and feature requests, view other members’ reports, and comment and vote on the reports most important to them.
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Steps for building iOS 32-bit applications for iOS 9 with XE7 and XE8

With RAD Studio 10 Seattle, you can build apps that run on iOS 9. A change in the iOS SDK is causing deployment issues on iOS 9 for 32-bit iOS applications built with XE7 and XE8. This is not an issue with RAD Studio 10 Seattle. Below are some simpleworkaround steps for building iOS 32-bit applications for iOS 9 with XE7 and XE8. This does not impact…
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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…
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Adding headers to TListView programmatically

During today’s Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio 10 Seattle launch webinar, I got a question on how to add headers to TListView programmatically instead of using LiveBindings with a data source. Here is a quick code snippet showing how to programmatically add TListView headers. procedure TListViewHeaders.FormCreate(Sender: TObject); var Group, Item: Integer; begin for Group in [1..4]…
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