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CodeRage 9 Q&A: Creating Beautiful Animations in your Desktop and Mobile Applications (Boian Mitov)

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/10/30

Session:

Creating Beautiful Animations in your Desktop and Mobile Applications

The session demonstrates how to create beautiful timeline-based animations in Object Pascal using the Mitov Software’s AnimationLab.

Level: All
Boian Mitov – Mitov Software

Q&A:

Welcome to CodeRage 9 – Object Pascal Track! Track Schedule: http://www.embarcadero.com/coderage/coderage-9-op-sessions

Audience Question

  • Q: It’s unfortunate that GoToMeeting only shows about 1 frame a second, which doesn’t do justice to the animations that the author is trying to show.
  • A: :-( They look great here.

Audience Question

  • Q: about Codesite have there been session in previous Coderage ?
  • A: I believe so.

Audience Question

  • Q: Of COURSE the animations look great over there. You are seeing them at a much faster frame rate than GTM transmits!
  • A: :-D

Audience Question

  • Q: WOW! Great components Boian, In the FireMonkey edition, can any descendant of TShape, such as Raize new Radiant components?
  • A: It works with any component via LiveBindings.

Audience Question

  • Q: Please, tell about Mitov.Runtime library.
  • A: Contact Boain for more information

Audience Question

  • Q: Is your SignalLab able to be used on Android and iOS?
  • A: Not yet, but coming soon.

Audience Question

  • Q: I dont find info about Mitov.Runtime on the homepage. Where can we find more info about it?
  • A: Email Boian. It isn’t published yet.

Audience Question

  • Q: Is there some video capture possibilities now, harvesting the activity together with speech to make videos from lessons etc. etc. (Like those made to prepare this lesson)
  • A: Perhaps.

Audience Question

  • Q: Do you support XE7?
  • A: Absolutely.

Audience Question

  • Q: Do you support XE7?
  • A: in Prerelease. Just finishing documentation.

Audience Question

  • Q: What are the different effects in the Physics engine?
  • A: Mass and drag (like fluid) effects only. Feel free to suggest other effects

Audience Question

  • Q: In the past ~2007 I had tried to use Myour lab for signal processing like FFT with scopes etc. but found it was not able to get support. Looks like that time in the past and Mitov now is a mature company and doing well.
  • A: Hope so.

Audience Question

  • Q: Is open wire in firemonkey
  • A: Yes, supports both VCL & FireMonkey, so works with non-visual too.

Audience Question

  • Q: Did I hear right – no iOS support?
  • A: Correct. Just don’t have an iOS device to develop and test on. Looking for it come in about a month.

Audience Question

  • Q: Thanks for great demo!
  • A: :-)

Audience Question

  • Q: Thank you!
  • A: :-)

http://www.embarcadero.com/radoffer

http://www.embarcadero.com/coderage/coderage-9-exhibit-hall

Audience Question

http://cc.embarcadero.com/reg/delphi

The registered user download page

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Audience Question

  • Q: Yes, got a refreshing today :-)
  • A: :-)

Audience Question

  • Q: yes its in the list
  • A: :-)

Audience Question

  • Q: There is nothing special in converting from VCL to FireMonkey from XE6 to XE7… that’s why…
  • A: :-)

Audience Question

  • Q: thanks
  • A: :-)

Audience Question

  • Q: ^ mida xe7
  • A: Thanks!

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–jeroen

via: CodeRage 9 – Object Pascal Sessions.

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