Category Archives: FireMonkey

Delphi Developers – check out ESBPCS for VCL v6.8.1

ESB Consultancy is pleased to announce the latest release of our huge Collection of Components and Routines aimed at making Data Entry and Manipulation easier for the Developer and for those using their Applications. We continue to support VCL Development … Continue reading

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RadioGroups and CheckGroups in ESBDevLib

We had originally decided that we wouldn’t port the CheckBoxes, RadioButtons, GroupBoxes, RadioGroups and CheckGroups from ESBPCS to ESBDevLib. Why? – you may ask…  Well, with out Edits, they go over to FireMonkey reasonably well – just without all the … Continue reading

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Two Calculators become One, One Calendar becomes Two.

In ESBPCS for VCL, we had two non-visual components for Scientific Calculators – TESBCalculator which controlled a standard popup calculator and TESBSciCalculator which controlled a “scientific notation” calculator. (We also have another component TESBProgCalculator that is tied to a different … Continue reading

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Discovering Delphi’s IOUtils and TPath

Over the last couple of weeks we have been working on getting the next generation of our standalone Unit Conversion Software, ESBUnitConv Pro, ready for beta release (and you read more about that on our other blog http://esbcalc.com/wordpress ). One of … Continue reading

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FireMonkey Edits with different Colour when ReadOnly

Since the days when we developed our own GUI that ran on VGA 640×480 (developed in Turbo Pascal and heavily reliant on BASM), we have liked to show our Edits in different background colours depending on whether they are Read Only or … Continue reading

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