Get Started with C++Builder
- Setting Up
- Getting Started
- Code Samples
- Code Snippets
- Full Sample Applications
- Step-by-Step Written How-To
- UI Guidelines, Whitepapers and More
Setting Up C++Builder
Preparing your Windows 32-bit and 64-bit Development Environment
Preparing Your iOS and OS X Development Environment
Preparing Your Android Development Environment
IBLite and FireDAC on Android and iOS
Location Services on iOS and Android
Notifications on iOS and Android
Sharing Images and Text with ShareSheet on iOS and Android
Integrating the Web Browser on Windows, OS X, iOS, and Android
C++Builder Code Samples
Included with C++Builder are a wide variety of full featured product demos highlighting user interface design, device sensors and services, cloud, enterprise mobility services, parallel programming and more.
The full listing of C++Builder code samples is available at Embarcadero SourceForge.
Quickly and Easily Bring Your VCL App to Windows 10
Trusted by millions of developers worldwide, the VCL (Visual Component Library) is a set of visual components for rapid development of Windows applications in the Delphi Object Pascal language and standard C++. VCL contains a wide variety of visual, non-visual, and utility classes building GUI, web, database, and console applications.
Additions to the VCL in C++Builder includes a huge update for Windows 10 VCL Controls!
- NEW! ActivityIndicator VCL Control
- NEW! RelativePanel VCL Control
- NEW! SearchBox VCL Control
- NEW! SplitView VCL Control
- NEW! ToggleSwitch VCL Control
NEW! Windows 10 Notifications
Easily access the Windows 10 Notification service!
Demonstrates the use of the new TMapView component.
Understand your users, wherever they are, with AppAnalytics
A collection of demos using Bluetooth including Beacons, Classic Bluetooth, ExploreDevicesLE, Heart Rate Monitor, and Proximity Client Server
This application uses TMediaPlayer, TMediaPlayerControl, and TTimer in order to implement the HD media player.
Samples that show you how to leverage REST APIs using the REST component framework and utilize cloud storage, push notification and more with Backend as a Service providers such as Parse, Kinvey and App42
Device Sensors and Services
Samples that show you how to access location data, display ads in your application, support in-app payments, connect to Bluetooth LE devices and add proximity awareness with beacons
Samples that show you how to build applications using Enterprise Mobility Services Middleware
o Samples that show you how to access Google Glass sensors
Samples that show you how to access on-device music files for playback and image files for editing and sharing
Samples that show you how to run application tasks in parallel, taking advantage of multiple CPUs
Samples that show you how to add physics support to your applications
Samples that show you how to add slide-in drawer support, work with list components, access custom keyboards, design setting screens, add tab slide transitions and more
Ready to Use Mobile Code Examples
NEW! IBLite and FireDAC on Android and iOS
Embed local database in your mobile applications.
NEW! Location Services on iOS and Android
Easily add location support to your application with a Location Sensor Component.
NEW! Notifications on iOS and Android
Notifications provide a way for your application to get the users attention even when the application is not running.
NEW! Sharing Images and Text with ShareSheet on iOS and Android
Access the camera and share pictures and text using common share platforms like Google+, Twitter, Facebook, email, etc.
NEW! Integrating the Web Browser on Windows, OS X, iOS, and Android
The TWebBrowser component gives your apps the ability to let your end users view web documents or navigate the web in the application.
Full Sample Applications
FirePhoto App and PhotoEditor Demo
The FirePhoto iOS app in the iTunes App Store is a commercial app based on the Photo Editor sample app in RAD Studio.
Step-by-Step Written How-Tos
Creating your first FireMonkey desktop application
Taking and Sharing a Photo on Android and iOS.
UI Guidelines, Whitepapers and more
Building apps that adhere to Apple's guidelines