New Training Course Launches: Building Mobile Apps with FMX

by May 30, 2019

FireMonkey (FMX) has come a long way to become one of the best multi-platform development frameworks for mobile app development.

We’ve built a training course to teach VCL developers how to leverage and extend their skills to develop mobile apps in FireMonkey. It is designed to be an 8 to 12 hour course for experienced developers who want to make the move to mobile development with FMX.

Course GoalsBuilding Mobile Apps with FMX Training

  • Help you get up to speed for mobile development with FireMonkey
  • This is a workshop – we are developing an app together
  • Expectations
    • Experienced with Delphi or C++Builder
    • Some experience with database development
    • Follow along with the exercises
  • We are showing Delphi, but you can also do it in C++Builder
  • Built with 10.3 Rio & should work with any edition
    • Including the free Community Edition

Course Agenda

  • The App Specs: What we are building
  • Introduction to FireMonkey
  • Setting Up for Mobile Development
  • Working with Embedded InterBase: IB ToGo & IBLite
  • Building the User Interface with Styles
  • LiveBinding: Connecting the UI to Data
  • Using Sensors: Hello World!
  • Reporting and Sharing: Will you be my friend?
  • Architecture Considerations: Android vs. iOS
  • Publishing and Sharing your App
    • Ad-Hoc as well as Google and Apple stores


Does this sound like something you might be interested in? There are two options available to you:

  • Sign up for the course now on Embarcadero Academy and join me for the live instructor-led course. It includes prerecorded sessions, the self-study labs, and a live Q&A “Office Hours” where I work through the labs with you and answer questions.
  • Sign up for the course later on Embarcadero Academy for recorded content access only (no instructor office hours) after the live course finishes for a discounted price. 

As I’m going through the course presenting it on Embarcadero Academy I am still filling in some gaps and making some changes. So be sure to check back as it evolves.