|FastReport VCL for XE5 released!|
Traditionally supports the most wide range of Delphi versions (from 4th to XE5 for today).
64x supports as well as 32x.
C++Builder support as well as Delphi (yes XE5 is supporting now too).
Traditionally Fast Reporting and XML as the main report format.
- Added Embarcadero RAD Studio XE5 support
- Added Internal components for FireDac database engine
- Fixed bug with images in PDF export for OSX and iOS viewers
- Added ability to set font charset to default in Style Editor.
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|Code Samples > Samples > Applications|
Encrypter / Decrypter v.2.1||FWS
||11 Feb 1999
|By G-Soft. This is an example of how to make an application without using Delphi's TForm / TObject / 300k IDE. The theme of the example is a basic Encrypter/Decrypter.|
|Download: CB1 CB3 D1 D2 D3 D4
|Components > Graphics > Packs|
||13 Sep 1999
|By G-Soft. This is a graphics library/toolkit. It consists of a DIB object and units for effects, file formats, quantizing/dithering, resampling, and drawing lines shapes etc. The component, TFastIMG, has properties like DrawStyle (dsDraw, dsCenter, dsTile, dsResize, dsStretch) and SizeMode (smGDI, smFast, smBilinea)... its also flicker-free. This version can hold a DIB in the form (.dfm) file. Check the homepage for more examples.|
|Download: D2 D3 D4 D5
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