Task Dialog video series completely published
As announced in an earlier post, I recently started a detailed series on using Windows Task Dialogs in VCL and multi-platform applications.
Today, TMS Software published the final two videos which explain how to get user input using Task Dialogs. It is even possible to use any custom Delphi control inside of the dialog. The video shows how to use a custom edit control to enter IP addresses. The last video of the series expands the horizon of Task Dialogs for other platforms including Linux, MacOS, iOS, and Android. Using the FNC framework you can develop for any of those platforms using any framework to your liking: VCL, FireMonkey, Lazarus Component Library, or TMS Web Core. Of course, you can only deploy to the platforms that the selected framework supports. However, developing multi-framework source code is very straightforward using FNC.
Here is the complete series. It consists of 9 videos which are all available for free: