Hello C++ Developers,
C++ Builder has a lot of specific great features for handling and linking to data as well as different ways to visualize what you’ve retrieved. You can use visual bindings on the standard components or you can use it with data components as a data binding tool. You can make visually stunning Windows charts by using TeeChart. We also look in this article at a few other C++ techniques such as how to use standard C++ features like Vectors and how to use the latest Microsoft’s Edge Engine with WebView2 library in WebBrowser component.
If you are new to RAD Studio, we think these posts may help you much as a rapid introduction to programming in C++ if you’re a beginner, all the way to the most robust, modern, and latest techniques for those more experienced with the language or for those who are perhaps wanting to expand their knowledge with the most up-to-date features, routines, and methodologies. The new RAD Studio 11, C++ Builder 11, Delphi 11 are released with great new features and according to our tests on the most of examples of LearnCPlusPlus.org are working well with the latest RADS 11.
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How can we use C++ Builder in modern and professional ways?
If you are following our posts these posts will be easy to understand awesome basics of modern C++. Here have new LearnCPlusPlus.org picks for you this week.
- Everything You Need To Know About C++ Data Bindings
- How to Create a New Windows VCL Component In C++
- How To Use The Microsoft Edge Web Browser In A C++ App
- How To Make Visually Stunning Windows Charts In C++
- How To Set And Print Vector Members On Windows
Here are the C++ questions from developers that we answer in our posts
Here are the questions that we answer in these post picks above,
- What is LiveBindings? What is Data Binding?
- How can I create LiveBindings in C++ Builder applications?
- How can I use LiveBindings in applications?
- What are the LiveBindings Visual Components?
- Are there any official LiveBindings samples?
- Can I have more about LiveBindings API Reference?
- How Can I Synchronize Data through LiveBindings?
- How to Create LiveBindings-Enabled Components?
- Which Editors can be used related to LiveBindings Editors?
- Can I Have More Information about the LiveBindings in Action Lists?
- How can I create a new VCL Component?
- How can I use New Component menu?
- How can I use and fill the New Component Wizard for the component applications?
- What is a Component in C++?
- What is an Object in C++?
- How can I easily create an FMX application which contains a web view based on the Microsoft Edge browser?
- How can I add a web browsing capability to my application?
- Can I use the latest WebView 2 to browse the web with my own C++ Builder FMX app?
- How can I create an FMX application with the latest Microsoft-supported web browsing technologies?
- What is TeeChart?
- How can I use TeeChart component in VCL applications?
- How can I install TeeChart?
- Where can I find TeeChart FMX version?
- What are the Vectors in C++?
- How can we define std::vector?
- How can I print a vector member?
- How can I change the number of vectors?
- How can I use resize() method with vectors?
- How can I iterate a vector in for loop? How can we print a vector member?
What are some of our favorite C++ posts about data bindings, charts and vectors?
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C++ Builder is the easiest and fastest C and C++ IDE for building simple or professional applications on the Windows, MacOS, iOS & Android operating systems. It is also easy for beginners to learn with its wide range of samples, tutorials, help files, and LSP support for code. RAD Studio’s C++ Builder version comes with the award-winning VCL framework for high-performance native Windows apps and the powerful FireMonkey (FMX) framework for cross-platform UIs.
There is a free C++ Builder Community Edition for students, beginners, and startups; it can be downloaded from here. For professional developers, there are Professional, Architect, or Enterprise versions of C++ Builder and there is a trial version you can download from here.