Category Archives: RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin

Did you know…?

Did you know that each TMS Web project has its own project/options? As you can see in the screenshot below there is a new section “TMS Web” under the well-known project/options dialog. To make it easy for you to use … Continue reading

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Did you know…?

Did you know that Delphi allows to add associated files to existing units? For example you can add .html and .css files to a unit, so that they are shown in the project manager. Here is a screenshot: This can … Continue reading

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Did you know…?

Did you know that TMS Web Core for Delphi shows web applications with the .web extension although they are regular Delphi projects with a .dpr and a .dproj file? The TMS Web Core IDE plugin is able to change the Delphi … Continue reading

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New Video

Today we released a new video. This time it is hosted under TMS Software TV. It shows how to synchronize HTML elements with the corresponding Delphi controls. Please enjoy it.

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Mustangpeak

As I mentioned yesterday, pyscripter joined the TurboPack team. He maintains not only SynEdit but also the Mustangpeak libs. That’s why I merged the different Mustangpeak forks and pushed them to Turbo pack. Many thanks again for your help and … Continue reading

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SynEdit

I just merged SynEdit. There were some great updated forks made by pyscripter that I compiled with Delphi Berlin, Tokyo, Rio and Sydney and also with the Sydney C++-Builder. Many thanks for your help and support, Kiriakos. Good to have … Continue reading

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Video

We just uploaded a new video on our YouTube channel. This time it is about a new feature in TMS Web Core. The feature is the so-called “LivePreview”. It allows to preview single forms in the browser. It fully supports … Continue reading

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Did you know…?

Did you know that TMS Web Core for Delphi supports regular expressions in the search paths? This means that you can add a search path like “c:\myfolder\*” that points to “c:\myfolder” and all its subfolders.

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DOSCommand

Since I’m currently working on the TurboPack components, I just updated DOSCommand. There was a pull request by a user and I merged it into the main branch.

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PNG Components

I synchronized the Turbo Pack PNG components with these ones. I also added an explicit cpp output dir for the hpp files. During installation with GetIt, the IDE now compiles the components and creates the necessary hpp files, so that … Continue reading

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