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  1. sjordi

    Deploy IOS app from Rad Studio

    No, as weabow said and as stated in the requirements, you need XCode and a MAC to deploy to Mac or iOS/iPadOS You can't sideload apps to Apple devices for security reasons. They need to be signed by certificates issued by Apple.
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    IOS SIMULATOR ON SYDNEY 10.4

    Simulator is part of XCode and works only on a Mac. You may find solution to actually have Macs as a Service, but it's pretty expensive most of the time. You can't develop and target iOS and macOS without a Mac. Everything you target to those OS are packaged and signed for you through XCode. That's why you would need Paralle or VMWare Fusion on a Mac in order to run Rad Studio in a Windows environment and be able to talk to the Mac.
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    List Index implementation?

    Yes thanks, I know. That's why I ask whether there is another FMX component that does the same thing. I need this on all platforms. Steve
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    List Index implementation?

    Ok thanks for that info. I did not formulate correctly my question. I tried it but it doesn't appear no matter where I set it to true or not. In the LiveBindings designer I used my ListView Item main field to link it to ItemHeader.Text and IntemHeader.Break. I correctly see the groups in my listview, it's fine, but no index on the right. The NativeOptions is set to Indexed = true (Grouped = true or false doesn't affect the result) [Added: It works, the ListView should be set to ControlType = Platform] But it works only on iOS. I need something that would on Windows, macOS and Android? Is there anything similar that works on all platforms? Something like what was available on the first versions of Outlook in the contact section. Thanks for your help.
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    List Index implementation?

    Hi, Does anybody know whether a Index component exists for lists? In iOS it's sectionIndexTitlesForTableView and it adds the alphabetic index on the right of the list for quick jumping (see picture). I have been suggested to add a floating frame and build it myself, but I can foresee the problems and incompatibilities on all platforms If something already exists, I would be happy to learn about it. Thanks for any help Steve
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    Delphi 10.4.2 and iOS - Deployment problem

    Just to make sure everything is set correctly on your side. Assuming you're using 10.4.2 * PAServer on the Mac should be version 12.2.10.3 * In Delphi, if you go to Tools > Options... > Deployment > Provisioning Select Build Type iOS Device 64-bit - Development You should have something like on the picture attached If you don't, does it change anything if you switch from Auto in the Provision Profile combo box to anything else that might be there? All Entitlement files should be removed from your projet before rebuilding it. Also, if you start a totally blank app and compile it to iOS, does it work?
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    Delphi 10.4.2 and iOS - Deployment problem

    Looks like a certificate problem? Try to launch XCode, create an empty Swift project, save it in a temp place and compile it. Usually that brings everything you need from your developper account. Then delete all entitlement files from your Delphi project and try again? Let us know
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    Are you successful with form factors?

    @Rollo62 and all you're right. I think the main difficulty is where to place the cursor between too much info and not enough, rendering the app worthless I'll tinker a bit over the week-end 🙂
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    Are you successful with form factors?

    Not my customers. They absolutely all hate so-called "web apps". They want an app that offers a consistent interface. I talk about "responsive" the way webpages are... say your screen is not as wide, then controls clutter on top of each others instead of being next to each others. That's something I want to avoid. Otherwise I would opt for web "apps" in that case with all problems related to them (controls jump to another positions when the CSS is finally loaded, things are often not aligned when responsively repositioned, doesn't work without an internet connection). I want a consistent UX. But I'll try to think more as a vertical scrollable layout on which I would have more control on them. Thanks anyway. Layouts seem to do a good job keeping things correctly together (if designed correctly). Of course cluttered GUI would be a nightmare, so I'm going to avoid that. As Sarina Dupont said, don't think "desktop" for mobile apps. But still, some control on the overall appearance is important to the original look and feel the developer intended to give his/her app.
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    Are you successful with form factors?

    Thanks for your input. It definitely helps using layouts to at leas resize and position things the way I want. What I don't want is a responsive-like app, behaving like a webpage But I think that using layouts with the right corner anchors actually does the trick... I'll tinker a bit more with my current app to familiarize.
  11. Hi, Just out of curiosity, are you using formfactors with FMX? I have added Android and iOS various screen sizes and adjusted them all to fit and place components. It looks like once deployed to the actual devices, it's just a joke, it's not usable and doesn't correspond to what's on screen at design time. What happens to screens with "in between" sizes? in the IDE you have Android 4" and 5" (that are barely taken into account on real 4" & 5" devices), but what if you have a 4.2" ou 4.8"? Working with all controls anchors is too much of a hassle. Anyway, let me know if you succeed in those form factors, and if you can share a tip or two, it would be wonderful. Thanks Steve
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    Can't add other form factors

    I can't as it uses 3rd party components. But I nailed the problem. It's a TMS Component. I started from a blank form and added all my components one by one, adding/deleting a form factor each time. Then I noticed that the problem is the FMXPlanner (calendar). It works fine as long as you don't set either the right and/or bottom anchors. If you align it to anything, then it crashes. If you set Align=None and you remove the bottom/right anchors, you can add any form factor you want. Just wrote to TMSSoftware to find why. Thanks for your input.
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    Can't add other form factors

    Hi, Just designed test app which is mainly using a TTabControl with 7 tabs. Several TLayouts (some inside other layouts) on the first two tabs When I try to add any of the form factors then the IDE crashes and states the following message (attached) If I start a blank app and immediately add the form factors, then paste the entire structure of my app into the main form, it works, but it is crawling, very very slow. Any idea what could cause such a thing? FMX app in Delphi 10.4.2 Thanks for any light Steve idecrash.txt
  14. Hi, From 10.4.1 to 10.4.2 all my apps on iPhone are now totally out of screen They don't fit the screen resolution anymore. Are the actual Launch Image dimensions defined somewhere? In the Icons menu in Delphi, it just says "Launch Image any appearance 2x scale" and "3x scale", but any image would do? Are you apps with launch images display them correctly on iPhones once you recompile them? Thanks for any clue. Steve
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    The location of sqllite database ?

    For iOS: StartUp\Documents\ For Android: .\assets\internal Use those folders if you deploy an existing DB. This is the Project Options section. At runtime you can use something like this {$IF DEFINED(iOS) or DEFINED(ANDROID)} FDConnection.Params.Values['ColumnMetadataSupported'] := 'False' ; FDConnection.Params.Values['Database'] := TPath.Combine(TPath.GetDocumentsPath, 'mydb.sqlite') ; {$ENDIF} Then do whatever you need to create/open/update, etc...
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