We're proud to present a new set of instrumentation controls for cross-platform application development with the FireMonkey framework for Win32, Win64, OS-X 32 and iOS.
With the TMS Instrumentation Workshop we introduce the first set of FireMonkey controls that are created from scratch specifically for the FireMonkey framework. Similar to the TMS Instrumentation Workshop for VCL you will find gauge-, meter-, scope- and LED controls.
The TMS Instrumentation Workshop is designed to visualize data typical for instrumentation control applications, implementing the new architecture and design methodology of Embarcadero’s latest framework: FireMonkey. FireMonkey is a component framework that separates the visual and non-visual part of a component and offers the benefit of cross platform deployment. The layout or style of a control is designed in a separate file which is then loaded from the component. The calculations and interactions are handled in the code of the component and are connected with the graphical elements described in the layout or style file.
Fully functional trial downloads with demo & PDF developers guide are available at: http://www.tmssoftware.com/site/tmsfmxiw.asp
Unleash the power of HTML5 in your IntraWeb web applications.
We're pleased to announce an update with a new Pie chart control for the TMS IntraWeb HTML5 Controls.
TMS IntraWeb HTML5 Controls pack offers controls that take advantage of HTML5 capabilities to give a new powerful dimension to your IntraWeb web applications, including low bandwidth usage and ultra fast asynchronous updates that work on desktop browsers with HTML5 support as well as mobile browsers.
TMS IntraWeb HTML5 Controls Pack v1.6 is available for Delphi 7, 2007, 2009, 2010, XE, XE2 & C++Builder 2007,2009,2010,XE,XE2 with IntraWeb 10.0, 11.0, 12.0 and supports all modern browsers : Chrome, FireFox, Safari, IE9, Opera, Safari on iPad, Webkit on Android.
TMS HTML5 Controls Pack is now also included in new purchases of TMS IntraWeb Component Studio.
Fully functional trial downloads with two included demos & PDF developers guide are available at: http://www.tmssoftware.com/site/iwhtml5controls.asp
We have released an update for all our free Delphi IDE plugins that adds support now for Delphi XE2.
Enjoy these free IDE plugins. Looking forward to hear your feedback & ideas for enhancements or new plugins!
A new blog post has been published about pre-announcing FlexCel 5 for VCL and FireMonkey.
What's in the preview:
As the name says, this is a PREVIEW. Not even a beta. While the core engine is working, and you will be able to run the demos, code is nowhere near production yet, we have a very big list of known issues to fix before we can call it a beta. So please don't install it in any production machine, and don't use it for any serious work. This is not a "Google beta" that can be used anyway.
Also, for this release we are focusing on the API, so the report and rendering engines, even when included, are commented out and not working. We plan into getting the Core Engine working first, and soon the rest. Core engine is 400,000 of the 500,000 lines of code anyway, so a lot of work is done.
We would love to hear feedback from you. But just don't send in bug reports yet, we are aware of most bugs, and just haven't got time to fix them. Having thousands of reports in things we know they don't work yet will just delay us. On the other hand, things you can report are issues with the installer or any performance issues (a file taking too much to load, for example). Those things should be working fine, and we will investigate any report about them right away.
In the week of Dec 19-23, we’ll publish each day a new video of Delphi components recently developed in the TMS labs, explaining the features & capabilities and showing the components in action in the demos. Each day, a new video will be announced on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/tmssoftware
TMS software remains open during the holiday season and sales & support is standby for your most urgent questions.
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