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Discover Available DelphiVCL.Form Methods, Properties, and Events!

The documentation for Delphi’s VCL is available on Embarcadero’s DocWiki. You will notice that on DocWiki, all the VCL components are prefixed with a T. This is a convention of the Delphi language, but DelphiVCL module removes the T prefix for a more Python-like experience (see and compare it with the outputs of Section 4). Here are the lists of all the methods, events, and properties of…
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Compare DelphiVCL With Python GUI Frameworks Like Tkinter For Windows

Let’s compare the DelphiVCL form with other Python GUI frameworks (we take the GUI created in Section 5 as an example): DelphiVCL provides better OS integration and styling by default. It provides Windows-10 styling to make your GUI looks professional and up-to-date. DelphiVCL even provides Windows right-click functionality by default. Compared with PyQt that lacks OS integrations…
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Python: Getting Started with DelphiVCL II: Breakdown The Form Components

This Section will break down the code example to create a simple Form app as presented in Section 5. These steps are essential for Python Developers to be familiar with Delphi VCL methods, events, and properties, to enable you in creating professional Windows Apps, without installing Delphi. Below are the explanations of code example in Section 5: Import the module: from DelphiVCL import…
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Quickly Browse All Available Functions in DelphiVCL Library For Python Windows Apps

To make sure that you have already installed the DelphiVCL Python library correctly, you can simply test it using the Python dir() command: import delphivcl dir(delphivcl) If you install it correctly, it will return all properties, methods, even built-in properties of the DelphiVCL module, without the values: See them more clearly here: ['Abort', 'Action', 'ActionList'…
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