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Monday, May 2, 2022
TMS iCL is our Delphi iOS component library. The components are in fact wrappers around the iOS operating system level defined controls and are usable from a FireMonkey form.
As iCL controls wrap iOS operating system controls, the entire look & feel as well as feature set of the iCL control is defined by what the iOS control offers. It is rendered by the iOS operating system.
Another advantage is the performance, the control remains extremely fast and responsive, irrespective of the number of items or the complexity of what is displayed.
Both iCL controls and FNC or Firemonkey controls can be used together on the same form.
In this update we added four new components, replaced some deprecated components by Apple and updated our demo's to work out of the box on Delphi 11.
On a device that supports 3D Touch, a user invokes the quick action by pressing the app's icon on the Home screen and then selecting the quick actions title.
The TMSFMXNativeAppShortcuts component has a list of shortcut items which will trigger an event when the item was selected to open the application.
TMSFMXNativeUIViewSheetController lets you present a view as a sheet on top.
The height can be set and there is the possibility to show or hide a grabber.
Replacing deprecated components
TMSFMXNativeUIViewPopOverController replaces UIPopoverController as the UIPopoverController is deprecated by Apple. TMSFMXNativeUIViewPopOverController now inherits from the UIViewController.
TMSFMXNativeWIWebView replaces UIWebView. It is a new component, but has all of the same procedures and properties as TMSFMXNativeUIWebView. This will make it easy to update your application.
And the demos were updated to work out of the box on Delphi 11 and with iOS 14+.
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Not sure though how this could practically work as in Windows typically there can be multiple concurrent running applications?
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I mean a TMS tool that would provide a similar capability