RAD in Action: VCL Developer's Guide to RAD Studio XE6
Featuring Marco Cantù, Embarcadero
Get an in-depth look at what's new for Windows and VCL application development in XE6
Join Embarcadero's Marco Cantu to learn how to modernize your Windows applications with new styles, components, database connectivity and app tethering in Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE6.
Learn tips and tricks from the experts and how to:
- Give your applications a new look with VCL styles, now with menu styling, and build modern looking Windows applications.
- Extend your Windows desktop applications with mobile companion apps using the new app tethering components
- Add GPS, gyroscope and accelerometer features to your Windows applications
- Make database application development fun again with FireDAC
- Use the new Taskbar component to add interactive taskbar previews to your apps
- Explore other nice features added to the VCL (and RTL) in XE6
Windows has come a long way since the days of XP. Now is the time to bring your Windows applications into the future as your users and customers move off unsupported Windows XP and migrate to Windows 7 and 8.1. This webinar will teach you how.
- Delphi XE6 VCL Styles
- Delphi XE6 VCL Taskbar Component
- Delphi XE6 VCL Sensor Components
- VCL Styling in C++Builder XE6
- App Tethering Delphi XE6
- App Tethering in C++Builder XE6
- Using sensors in the VCL in Delphi XE6
- Give your VCL Windows apps a new look
- VCL Taskbar support in XE6
- Extend your Windows apps to mobile with Tethering in XE6
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Marco Cantù is the Delphi Product Manager for Embarcadero and author of over a dozen books on Delphi, from the first versions up to the latest one with his Delphi Handbooks Collection.
Marco is also a consultant and trainer and has given classes on Delphi for many years in Italy and around the world (including the Delphi Developer Days events). Most recently, his focus in on the development of Web applications with Delphi REST servers and jQuery, on Cloud-based technologies, and on the new Delphi FireMonkey framework.