CrossVCL for Delphi

Do you have an app written in Delphi VCL for Windows? Do you want to take that app and port it to MacOS or Linux? Then CrossVCL may be your answer. CrossVCL allows you to compile your VCL apps for MacOS and Linux. While there are not yet a lot
Read More

Proper HiDPI Scaling with Delphi

Back in the “Good Old Days” all computer monitors used basically the same DPI. In Windows this was 96ppi. This was fine and scaling wasn’t as big of an issue since most people did not scale their displays. Now, however, many people use HiDPI displays. This makes manually positioning/sizing of
Read More

StyleControl Basics

An excellent UI library for Windows applications written in Delphi is StyleControls by AlmediaDev. This UI library will give your Windows apps an elegant, modern look. It is very powerful and contains lots of controls and flexibility. You can even use it to create FluentUI style applications. (See screenshots at
Read More

P@igeCMS

It’s been a while. I have had a lot going on and 2020 has not been much of a help either. But I have finally started work on this project again. P@igeCMS is a website CMS/Blogging platform written as much as possible in Embarcadero Delphi. It will start out with
Read More

AT Library Released

We are happy to announce that we are releasing our massive internal library of Delphi routines and components for your use. This library has been developed over many, many years for use in our various projects. Some of the code goes back to Delphi 7 and earlier. You can feel
Read More

Using TcxScrollBar with WPTools

  Overview One of the best third-party component sets for writing Windows applications with Delphi is the Developer Express VCL Suite. It includes hundreds of controls, from simple edits and buttons, to more complex controls such as ribbons, spreadsheets and even a basic word processor. The word processor that is
Read More

New Website CMS

Hello All, So I have decided to attempt to build a new CMS (codename P@ige) from the ground up using Delphi for as much of the system as possible. The new CMS will eventually replace my WordPress website. Initial tests are promising. Here is the goal: Create separate tiers: Database
Read More