Powerful GUIs using Scalable Vector Graphics and the RiverSoftAVG SVG Component Library with Tom Grubb

by Dec 10, 2016

Scaleable Vector Graphics (SVG) are awesome in their ability to make your GUIs stand out. Not only because they are scaleable, but perhaps even more importantly, because they are editable. Unlike bitmaps, each piece of a graphic is editable. You can change colors, rotations, visibility, etc in real-time at run-time. With the RiverSoftAVG SVG Component Library (RSCL), you get access to a whole world wide web of customizable graphics for your applications. This session discusses how to use the RSCL to spice up your Delphi applications.

Thomas G. Grubb has been a professional developer for 28 years, and a developer of high-quality Delphi components since Delphi 1.0. He has developed multiple commercial component libraries for Delphi with a concentration in graphics and artificial intelligence, including the highly successful RiverSoftAVG SVG Component Library and Inspex, an object inspector component suite, which was released in partnership with Raize Software. He has developed in multiple languages including C/C++, Delphi, PHP, Python, Java, and FORTRAN. His blog is available at blogs.RiverSoftAVG.com.