Workflow visualization and organization in FMX


IntroThe multi-device, true native app platform The FireMonkey® framework is the app development and runtime platform behind RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder. FireMonkey is designed for teams building multi-device, true native apps for Windows, OS X, Android and iOS, and getting them to app stores and enterprises fast.source: (FireMonkey) released in 2011 and shortly after we delivered a first set of components. Today, we want to show you the TTMSFNCKanbanBoard component, a highly configurable workflow visualization and organization component.FeaturesBelow is a list of the most important features the TTMSFNCKanbanBoard has to offer. The features are not limited to this list, but this will give you a quick insight on what we offer to be able to create an application that visualizes a workflow environment in FireMonkey.Multi collapsible column supportFiltering and SortingItem autosizingHTML formatted text supportCollapsible itemsDatabase adapterDrag & Drop supportEditing supportFully customizable column & item appearance & custom Kanban board item drawingOptional header & footer per columnLearn More!Want to learn more about what the TTMSFNCKanbanBoard can do? Here is a video that highlights some of the above features through a demo application.Download & Explore!The TTMSFNCKanbanBoard component is part of the TMS FNC UI Pack, which, on top of FMX, also offers the ability to write your code once and target other frameworks (VCL, LCL and WEB). You can download a full featured trial version of the TMS FNC UI Pack and start exploring the capabilities of the TTMSFNCKanbanBoard component.Coming upThe TTMSFNCKanbanBoard is the fourth of a series of components that is covered to empower your FMX (FireMonkey) developments. We started the series with a general overview of the most important components that we have to offer, followed by the TTMSFNCRichEditor, TTMSFNCPlanner and the TTMSFNCTreeView. Next up will be the TTMSFNCGrid, a feature rich and powerful grid component.

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