Delphi GUI Programming with FireMonkey

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Learn
  • Explore FMX, the brand new application framework with a brief comparison to VCL.
  • Start building cross-platform user interfaces.
  • Utilize alignment components and layouts for relative alignment of visual components.
  • Enrich the user experience using transitions and visual animations.
  • Build responsive UIs, for desktop or mobile platforms.
  • Maintain a high re-use ratio and conceive visual continuity through your entire applications, thereby implementing modular UIs.
  • Explore 3D functionalities, Vector graphics functions offered by FMX.
About

This book will be your guide to learn GUI Programming with Delphi. It will introduce you to the FireMonkey – a cross platform framework for GUI programming.

The book starts with a brief intro on FireMonkey framework, by exploring its fundamental and architectural details and what sets it apart from VCL. We then move on to look at the FMX in details covering the aspects like, main components, style concept and elastic UIs. We then move on to look at how responsiveness is a key desirable feature and the Do’s and Don’ts while dealing with parallel programming and UIs. We look at cross platform services and platform specific features of the FMX framework before learning about the vector graphics and 3D functionalities.

By the end of the book you will gain insight into FMX framework’s features, style, use of animation etc to build effective UIs and achieve rich user experience.

Features
  • Make your apps look amazing with the new FMX styles for different platforms.
  • Enhance your user interaction with the latest advancements made by FireMonkey.
  • Customize GUI Programming with vector graphics, 2D-3D graphics.
Page Count 437
Course Length 13 hours 6 minutes
ISBN 9781788624176
Date Of Publication 29 Aug 2019

Authors

Andrea Magni

Andrea Magni is a software expert and software developer with decades of experience, provides consultation to support development teams in, architectural definitions, problem-solving and / or trouble-shooting activities, introduction of source and project management tools etc. He has been actively involved in Delphi trainings and talks at Embarcadero coverage x, Delphi Day, IT DevCon and also been a team member of Delphi Mentor for over 8 years.