Konopka Signature VCL Controls 6: A Powerful Suite of Windows UI Components for Delphi and C++Builder
If you are looking for a way to create visually stunning and modern Windows applications with Delphi and C++Builder, you should check out Konopka Signature VCL Controls 6 (KSVC 6), formerly known as Raize Components. KSVC 6 is a collection of over 200 Windows UI controls and designers that offer unparalleled attention to detail, ease of use, and flexibility.
KSVC 6 supports full VCL Styles, including the free Embarcadero Windows 10 VCL style, so you can deliver consistent and appealing user interfaces across all Windows versions. You can also customize the appearance and behavior of each component with over 100 custom property editors that simplify Windows UI design and development.
Some of the features of KSVC 6 include:
A rich set of standard controls, such as buttons, edits, lists, grids, panels, tabs, menus, toolbars, and more.
Advanced controls, such as calendars, calculators, color pickers, fonts, images, inspectors, links, progress bars, ratings, shapes, sliders, splitters, and more.
Data-aware controls that support various data sources and formats.
LiveBindings support for binding any property to any other property or expression.
Design-time enhancements that allow you to edit component properties and events directly on the form.
High DPI awareness and scaling for optimal display on any screen resolution and size.
Compatibility with RAD Studio Rio (10.3) and later versions.
To install KSVC 6, you can use the GetIt Package Manager in RAD Studio. You can find it under the Tools menu. Just search for \"Konopka Signature VCL Controls\" and click Install. You will need to restart RAD Studio after the installation is complete.
To learn more about KSVC 6, you can visit the official product page at https://www.embarcadero.com/products/rad-studio/konopka-signature-vcl-controls. You can also watch some videos and webinars featuring Ray Konopka, the original creator of the library, at https://www.youtube.com/playlistlist=PLwUPJvR9mZHjwY8f7Zg0yqfZ0XQr2Qx7o.
Konopka Signature VCL Controls 6 is a must-have for any Delphi or C++Builder developer who wants to create professional and modern Windows applications with ease and efficiency. Try it today and see the difference!
KSVC 6 includes a variety of standard controls that enhance the functionality and appearance of your Windows applications. For example, you can use the TRzButton component to create buttons with different shapes, colors, glyphs, and gradients. You can also use the TRzEdit component to create edit boxes with validation, masking, alignment, and formatting options. You can also use the TRzListBox and TRzListView components to create lists and grids with sorting, filtering, grouping, and editing features.
KSVC 6 also offers some advanced controls that enable you to create unique and interactive user interfaces. For example, you can use the TRzCalendar component to display and select dates in various formats and styles. You can also use the TRzCalculator component to embed a calculator in your application or as a popup control. You can also use the TRzColorPicker component to let the user choose colors from a palette or a color wheel. You can also use the TRzImage component to display and manipulate images with zooming, panning, cropping, and rotation capabilities.
KSVC 6 also supports data-aware controls that can connect to various data sources and formats. For example, you can use the TRzDBEdit component to create data-bound edit boxes that automatically update the underlying data source. You can also use the TRzDBGrid component to create data-bound grids that support editing, sorting, filtering, grouping, and summarizing data. You can also use the TRzDBImage component to display and edit images stored in a database field.
KSVC 6 also integrates with LiveBindings, which is a feature of RAD Studio that allows you to bind any property of any component to any other property or expression. For example, you can bind the Text property of a TRzEdit component to the Caption property of a TRzLabel component, so that whatever the user types in the edit box will be reflected in the label. You can also bind the Value property of a TRzSlider component to the Position property of a TRzMediaPlayer component, so that moving the slider will control the playback of a media file.