Amongst the samples included with Delphi, you can find a “Meteors” clone. With SmartMobileStudio approaching the next beta milestone, I gave it a run at compiling old Delphi code, VCL, TCanvas-based, that was never intended to run Web-side… but now does! Click here or the image below to test it!
DWS compiler and execution engine are reaching very nice maturity levels, meaning they can be used to compile & execute code interactively, for instance to edit a web page, which mixes HTML, CSS, server-side dynamic Object Pascal content generation and client-side Object-Pascal scripted content.
25 kB 23 kB.
- faster download: faster application installation or startup.
- faster parsing for the browser: faster startup.
And smaller also means you can have far more complex applications for a given size budget.
Jon Lennart Aasenden just posted on G+ several links to new “How do I” entries in the OP4JS Documentation:
You may also want to read Primoz Gabrijelcic’s article “First Steps with Smart Mobile Studio“.
Interestingly enough, it seems that publishing Metro apps for Windows 8 will follow a similar process, according to the developer preview.
I’ll use the Flock Demo as an illustration, and turn it into a packaged app, that lives in Chrome and can be access off-line.
Click below to see it in action and hit F11.
Click the image below for a little real-time verlet integration animation.