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Wednesday, June 29, 2022

TMS FNC Chart v2.0 is a major milestone and we are already collecting feedback and thinking about new features for the next version. We listed some of the top requested features in this blog post, but if you have other exciting ideas, please...

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Tuesday, June 7, 2022

As many might know, FPC announced support for anonymous methods some days ago. This was one of the last pieces missing for us to be able to port TMS FlexCel to Lazarus and FPC. So we decided to give it a try, a...


Tuesday, February 15, 2022

This topic has concerned me forever, but an exploit I read about a month ago triggered me to finally write something.The exploit itself is fascinating, so in case you haven't read about it, I'll leave the link here:https://googleprojec...


Thursday, April 1, 2021

As you might know, some months ago Microsoft released support for lambda functions in Excel. It was no small change: Lambdas turned the calculation engine into turing-complete, and they can change your spreadsheets in fundamental ways.The main rea...


Tuesday, March 2, 2021

In the last weeks, we've been working on a component to allow you to import and export FNC Grids to the xlsx file format. We've also used the opportunity to rename the existing "Grid Filters" and "FMX Grid Filters" to "VCL Grid Excel Bridge" and "FNC...


Saturday, February 27, 2021

One of the things that intrigued me about the new Rad Studio 10.4.2 release was the improved compiler performance. Because Delphi is a fast compiler --we all know that-- but hey, it can always be faster. And 10 seconds in every compile end up countin...


Thursday, December 3, 2020

This is the second part of a two-part series where we explore using FlexCel.NET and Blazor. The first part was about running FlexCel in the browser, and now we will explore running it in the server. Generating a "server-side" Blazor app While blaz...


Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Introduction: Supporting .NET 5 We've just released FlexCel .NET 7.8, which adds support for .NET 5. Usually, "adding support" for a new version of a .NET framework is just recompiling the code, but in this case, as .NET 5 is the successor of .NET...


Thursday, April 2, 2020

We are announcing a new major FlexCel version today. FlexCel 7 was mostly about rendering charts, and FlexCel 7.5 keeps on the same topic, being mostly about creating and modifying charts with code. The new Chart API The fastest way to getting s...


Wednesday, September 4, 2019

After a long time coming, I am extremely happy to say that FlexCel 7 arrived. And when I say extremely happy I mean it: It has been a long road to travel, but we finally got there. So without losing more time, what is it about? In a shallo...


Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Another TMS day They say time flies when you are having fun... It is hard to believe it has been about 2 years since my last blog post, which was also about a TMS Day. I see two options here: Either we start doing more TMS Days so I can blog about...


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