Tag Archive for: FireMonkey

Delphi XE5 Update 2 – many bug fixes on FireMonkey for iOS, Android and compiler

Another update available for Delphi XE5 and C++Builder XE5, the Update 2 is has lots of bug fixes covering several areas, specially on FireMonkey for Android, iOS, Windows and Mac. The Update is available for registered users and you can find on the following links. Just a friendly remind that you need to Uninstall your […]

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What’s new in Delphi XE4?

This time you didn’t have to way a full year to see a new Delphi release, 8 months after XE3 release Delphi XE4 is out. iOS development is the major topic of course and bring the second version of FireMonkey to iOS, a lot of expectation on this topic specially after XE2. Also there is […]

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Delphi XE4 official announcement coming

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In general you expect a new version of Delphi around August, this year is going to be different, Delphi XE4 is coming next week. I just heard that next week Embarcadero is going to announce Delphi XE4, which is part of RAD Studio XE4 and will include C++Builder XE4 and HTML5 Builder. An important change initiated last […]

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TDBXJsonTools copy/convert data between TDataSet – TJSONObject – DBXReader

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You can copy data from DBXReader to ClientDataSet and vice-versa using dbxExpress framework, you probably already read some of my blog posts where I explain how it works in desktop applications, however in mobile platforms we don’t have ClientDataSet and in case you want something similar you always, what can you do? DataSnap Mobile Connectors […]

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Bye Bye Embarcadero!!!

Dear developers, My Borland history began in Brazil on December of 1995, had so many chapters (Borland/Inprise/CodeGear/Embarcadero), a new and important chapter started in December of 2006 when I moved to the United States and today this chapter comes to an end. Today is my last day at Embarcadero Technologies. I would like to thank […]

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FireMonkey 3D Text Editor Delphi source code available

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The source code for the FireMonkey 3D Text Editor is available on RAD Studio SourceForge repository. You can check out the code using the following command line: For Delphi XE2 svn co https://radstudiodemos.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/radstudiodemos/branches/RadStudio_XE2/FireMonkey/3DTextEditor/ For Delphi XE3 svn co https://radstudiodemos.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/radstudiodemos/branches/RadStudio_XE2/FireMonkey/3DTextEditor/ Through this sample you can learn lots of FireMonkey features, have fun!!!

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Using Regular Expression on C++Builder FireMonkey Application

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Here another C++ example showing how to use the RTL regular expression on C++Builder FireMonkey Application. This example  validate a string content based on four different regular expression, which are: Checks if the given text is a validate e-mail address Checks if the given text contains a valid IP address Checks if the given text […]

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Using dbExpress Framework on Windows and Mac with C++Builder

During the following weeks I’m writing a series of C++ examples to demonstrate the use of VCL, FireMonkey, RTL, dbExpress, and others stuff. Each example will have a major focus, but you will be able to learn other stuffs as well. If there is something specific on C++ you would like to see, please let […]

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Connecting to PostgreSQL through dbExpress ODBC driver

Delphi XE2 and C + + Builder XE2  introduce the new dbExpress ODBC driver, which enable FireMonkey and VCL applications to connect to any database that provides a ODBC driver. In order to show how it works, I created a FireMonkey project sample that connect to a PostgreSQL database. As first step, you must install the PostgreSQL ODBC driver […]

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Creating XML files with Delphi and FireMonkey on Mac

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I got some questions about how to manipulate XML files in FireMonkey applications when running on Mac. One of the solution for that is to use the Mac API (Cocoa), there are several class and different ways to work with XML on Mac, in this post I’m going to show one way to create an […]

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