A collection of Delphi component sets to let you add skinning support to your Delphi applications. Applying a skin or a theme ("skinning") to the application changes its look and feel: graphical user interface.
VCLSkin is a component to create skinnable user interface for Delphi application. It is very easy to use, just put on component on the main form, VCLSkin will skin the whole application without anysource code modification.
DynamicSkinForm VCL library help you to create applications with skins. Skins support for forms, menus, hints, many standard and non-standard original controls. Skins with many objects, effects help you to create standard and non- standard cool applications (like WinAmp, iTunes). Also you can create your skins with special editor. SkinAdapter is a component for DynamicSkinForm which allows to make applications skinnable without modifing source code.
SUISkin provides you the ability to make skin-supported application automatically. Using SUISkin, you don't need to make any modification for your existing projects just drop the skin engine component onto the main form and set some properties, that's all. It can skin all forms and dialogs automatically. And the skin files can be compiled into the EXE file so that you don't need to distribute the skin files with the EXE. At run-time, you can switch the skins very easily and you can switch to unskinned easily too.
AppFace User Interface Developoment Kits is a visual application GUI skinning solution that can be used in VC, C#, VB.Net, Delphi, Visual Basic, C++ Builder and Win32 SDK. It includes skinning control, visual skin maker, sample source code under VC, C#, VB.Net, Delphi, Visual Basic, C++ Builder and Win32 SDK as well as technical manual. The skinning library - appface.dll, is the kernel component,it can skin all the created windows automatically in the target application.
skinfeature lets you design unique styles using creative special effects for fully interactive GUI development and more. skinfeature is compatible with a large range of development languages, tools, and frameworks including Visual Basic, Visual C++, Delphi, Borland C++ Builder, Microsoft DotNet, and the Win32 SDK.