The Stateful Control Demo is a cross-platform application that allows you to change the state of interaction through the text displayed on a button. Each time the button is clicked, the text of the button changes. The text of a button is stored in an in-memory table, and the selected record changes. This demo is built in Delphi using a single code base and single UI for Android, iOS, macOS, Windows, and Linux.
This demo is part of over 100 cross-platform demos with everything from camera demos to emoji demos and painting demos.
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What is stateful cross-platform development?
Cross-platform development is the process of developing software applications that can be run on multiple computing platforms. A key advantage of cross-platform development is that it allows developers to write a single code base that can be used on multiple platforms, instead of having to create separate code bases for each platform. This can save a significant amount of time and effort, as well as reducing the overall cost of development. In addition, cross-platform development can also allow developers to take advantage of platform-specific features, while still maintaining a consistent code base. One downside of cross-platform development is that it can sometimes be difficult to achieve the same level of performance and functionality on all platforms. However, cross-platform development frameworks and tools like FireMonkey have been created to help overcome this challenge.
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