Take FireMonkey apps to web

We’re pleased to announce WebFMX, the new Windows-to-web solution that enables applications built with the Delphi FireMonkey framework, to be accessed from anywhere and on any device.
Windows-to-web solution for Delphi apps
FireMonkey is a modern framework that is fully oriented to produce cross­-platform apps, using drawing techniques that are common to most modern GPU­enabled APIs on every major platform. Remoting Firemonkey HD­based apps to the HTML5 canvas is direct and natural, allowing to get a nearly local rendering performance.

Some of the WebFMX features are:

    * Cross-Browser, Cross-Device, and Cross-Platform client
    * Remote PDF printing
    * Open File redirection to allow upload files from the client machine
    * Download file method
    * RemoteInfo object, with information about the browser
    * Application timeout management, to allow regain control of an application when the connection was lost.
    * RemoteInfo object, with information about the browser
    * MessageDialog and InputQuery implementation.
    * RemoteInfo object, with information about the browser
    * Font modes: WebFont and Bitmap font.
    * RemoteInfo object, with information about the browser
    * Events to control resizing, termination, and web fonts.
    * RemoteInfo object, with information about the browser
    * JavaScript SDK Library.

We’ll be releasing a public beta in a couple of days. If you are interested in please send us a message to [email protected]

Best regards,
Gustavo Ricardi
CEO/CTO at Cybele Software, Inc.

WebFMX v1.0 has been upgraded to Thinfinity® VirtualUI™.
Read more about the upgrade notice: WebFMX now becomes Thinfinity VirtualUI.
Read more about Thinfinity® VirtualUI™: by clicking here. A PR can be found on this link.
Contact us to upgrade your old WebFMX license: [email protected]

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Comments (7)

How does this handle printing and printer mapping?

It uses a PDF printer and sends the resulting pages to the browser for local printing.

Fiquei com algumas dúvidas. Sobre o FireMonkey uma curiosidade são componentes como o INDY, synapse, acesso ao Spool do Windows e apesar de não ter conhecimento algum de Mac acredito que o mesmo deve ter um tipo Spool para controle de impressão, como isso será feito no FireMonkey ?? ou seja quando parte para gerencimento de Hardware, impressão, internet como o FireMonkey vai trabalhar a esse respeito ou a forma que já usamos continuara para as outras plataformas com os Componentes já usados. Sobre o Fast Report 5 será que nessa versão quando abrirmos o Designer dele teremos acesso aos eventos e objetos pelo Delphi ou vai continuar em modo Modaltendo que ser feito o acesso atraves de FindObject em particular tinha muitos relatorios no QuickReport usando muitos eventos e a migração para o Fast Report 3 na epoca era muito complicada pois teria que mexer muito no codigo devido essa forma diferente de acesso que o Fast Report tem assim optei por migrar para o Report Builder que apesar de ser muito semelhante ao Fast Report tem o acesso simplificado aos Objetos e eventos atraves do delphi assim como o QuickReport.

Well, you got my attention. And I’m fed up with evoreyne trying to show off the flashiness of FireMonkey’s graphics.Instead, I’d like to see someone show us how to take a mature Delphi 2009 application that has all the bells and whistles, and convert it so it will work in Firemonkey and on all the platforms Firemonkey will support. This means the install procedure, integrated context-sensitive help file, web update, ribbon, 3rd-party tree/gridview, 3rd-party WYSIWYG editor, keyboard shortcuts, file search routine, message handling, idle event handling, etc., need to all work on all platforms.This is the task I’m faced with. I don’t care about contests for cool looking but useless apps.How about at least telling me if Helpinator will provide context-sensitive help from a FireMonkey app compiled for Win32, Win64, Mac, iOS, and soon Android and Unix. Personally, I don’t know anything about Help files on non-Windows platforms, but if I am to convert to FireMonkey, I’ll need a help system that works with it.

Bom Caros amigos O Delphi está cada vez melhor estão de parabéns eu inclusive estou fazendo um book com as novidades do Delphi e conforme vou aprendendo com FireMonkey vou postar para todos inclusive estou fazendo uns aplicativos para iphone e assim que estiver concluindo vamos crescer cada vez mais ainda mais quando tiver um book do Delphi XE2 agradeço a todos por acreditar no Delphi como eu só tenho que agradecer Embarcadero por dar essa continuidade e o David I que está desde o começo do Delphi mais uma Vez Muito Obrigado.

, I like to have my form and the code visible at the same time. I alyaws use the form, object inspector and code editor simultaneously to navigate thru my application. I have simultaneously several forms visible and frequently two code editors. This is how I’m the most productive.Should I say that I use two full HD monitors ?

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