Category Archives: Third Party Components

Everything about third party components for Delphi.

PowerPDF

I fixed an issue in the PowerPDF components. The problem was that the C++Builder IDE didn’t show the installed components. For all who are waiting for such a fix, please be patient since I’m doing this in my spare time. … Continue reading

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MustangPeak

This week I added some minor changes to the MustangPeak components. It is some time ago that I worked on these components, but this week a customer needed these changes. I hope that someone can profit from this work.

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VirtualTreeView

Today I merged the VirtualTreeView from TurboPack with the version from GitHub. As soon as EMBT has updated GetIt, you can download this library directly from inside the RAD Studio IDE.

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TMS Web Core and FinalBuilder

TMS Web Core offers a command line compiler that can be used in Continuous Integration systems like the FinalBuilder. There you can simply add the so called “Execute Program” action to your project and select the TMSWebCompiler.exe as the program … Continue reading

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ModelMaker Code Explorer

Today I would like to recommend the ModelMaker Code Explorer (MMX) as a must-have IDE plugin. It allows to refactor, sort and organize the code. It also shows bad coding style like long methods, magic numbers and hard-coded strings. Originally … Continue reading

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20 Year Anniversary

Today is a wonderful day. It is the 20th anniversary of TMS Software. I’m sure that most of you know the TMS products like VCL UI Pack, FNC, Flexcel, BIZ and last but not least Web Core. Exactly 20 years … Continue reading

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Did you know…?

Did you know that TMS Web Core supports record helpers for intrinsic types? They are located in the unit WEBLib.Utils and are compatible to the Delphi record helpers but support further methods like e.g.

This is more comfortable and … Continue reading

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Orpheus

I fixed several minor bugs in Orpheus according to Win64 and Unicode. Embarcadero has updated GetIt. I have the impression that still many people are using this library which I have seen for the first time with Delphi 2.

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PNG

This time I fixed a bug in the PNG components. These components are quite up-to-date, contrary to the old TurboPower components.

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Orpheus

During the last days I fixed two bugs in the good old Orpheus components. Both were related to the TPictureField component. As I mentioned several times you can use Orpheus in legacy code, but you should avoid to use it … Continue reading

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