Tutorial: Using LiveBinding in VCL Applications
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This tutorial shows how to use LiveBindings when developing VCL applications with RAD Studio. In this tutorial you will learn how to modify the position and dimensions of visual objects without actually writing code (except for the automatic generation of the image you will make use of). You will also learn how to visually create binding expressions between different properties of different visual objects on a VCL form. For this purpose, the LiveBindings Designer will be used.
This example uses 4 edit boxes that will control the physical dimensions of a dynamically generated and rendered picture. By following the concepts illustrated in this example, you can develop full-sized applications that make use of LiveBindings (for instance, automatically arranged visual controls, multiple field settings at once, and so on).
- Creating the Application and Placing the Visual Objects
- Binding Created Objects
- Running the Application and Observing the Results