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A week in the TMS labs day 3: TMS Instrumentation Workshop for FireMonkey


Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Last week we proudly released our first set of controls for FireMonkey. In this video, you can see the TMS Instrumentation Workshop for FireMonkey in action. We show you the components in use in a FireMonkey HD application running on Windows 7 and the same application also deployed and running on Mac OS-X Lion. Finally, in the video we also turn the same application into a FireMonkey for iOS app and deploy it with xCode to the iPad. You can find the video on our more informal Facebook information channel and in the process, you can add this group to your favorites.

Nancy Lescouhier


This blog post has received 5 comments.

1. Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at 9:41:14 AM

I don''t use Facebook and I don''t ever want to. I do however want to see these video''s.

Will they be posted somewhere else like here or Youtube?

Tucker Nick

2. Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at 11:45:28 AM

The video''s can be seen in the tmssoftwareTV Youtube channel on the following URL:

Pieter Scheldeman

3. Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at 1:17:41 PM

I also don''t use FaceBook and never want to! so thanks for the YouTube link...

Just a comment on the videos: You have recorded the actual monitor which makes it very hard to see, maybe it would be better if you use something like a screen recorder?

O''Connor Chris

4. Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at 1:53:07 PM

I agree the quality could be better. We are experimenting different recording techniques.

Recording screen with a screen recorder minimizes the effect of a "live" demo. For example, building on a Windows, Mac and iPad must be done with real devices instead of simulators.

Pieter Scheldeman

5. Friday, December 23, 2011 at 4:19:14 AM

It is also not necessary to have a facebook account to view the tmssoftware facebook page.

Pieter Scheldeman

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