TRichView is a set of native Delphi components for displaying, editing and printing hypertext documents.
The components support various character attributes (fonts, subscripts/superscripts, colored text background, custom character stretching and spacing, custom drawn text).
Documents can contain:
- images from imagelists,
- footnotes and endnotes,
- Delphi controls,
- text boxes,
- multilevel bullets and numbering,
- items of other types.
Left, right, center, justified and distributed alignments of paragraphs, custom margins and indents, semitransparent backgrounds, styles, Unicode and bi-directional text, background images, print preview, export to HTML and DocX, RTF import and export, live spell, data-aware versions and more...
RichViewActions is a set of components and actions for creating a user interface for word processing applications (a free add-on to TRichView). RichViewActions include not only basic actions (like "make bold"), but special UI controls (for example, a combo box for applying styles to text and paragraphs) and ready-to-use dialogs covering the full range of word processor design (printing and preview, text and paragraph attributes, object properties, etc.)
RichViewActions are translated to about 30 languages, and offer original high-quality toolbar images.
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SvCom is an integrated package of classes and tools for development of service applications and use of NT Security framework.
Currently SvCom components work under all flavours of Windows.
- Deploy NT Service applications under Windows 9x/ME and NT/ 2000/ XP/ 2003/ 2008/ Windows 7/ Windows 8
- Develop and debug NT services using either Windows 95/98 or NT/ 2000/ XP/ 2003/ 2008/ Windows 7/ Windows 8 - using the same classes and the same function calls (!!!)
- Advanced service debugging (Extremely useful, when you service is not just "Hello, World!")
- Many more features...
RVMedia is a set of Delphi VCL and Lazarus LCL components having the following functions:
Receiving video from local web cameras and IP cameras;Configuring IP cameras and controlling their rotation;
Reading sound from a microphone;Sending and receiving video and audio data via the Internet;
Organizing video chats and video conferences (either as directly connected applications or using a client-server model).