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Learn Web Development with HTML5 Builder Crack - A Complete Guide


Introduction




HTML5 Builder is a software tool that allows you to create web and mobile applications using HTML5, CSS3, PHP and JavaScript. It is part of the RAD Studio suite of products from Embarcadero Technologies, a company that provides software development solutions for various platforms.




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HTML5 Builder lets you design your user interface visually using drag-and-drop components, and write your code using an integrated code editor. You can also use predefined templates, themes, components, and extensions to speed up your development process. HTML5 Builder supports various web technologies, such as jQuery, Bootstrap, PhoneGap, RESTful services, databases, and more.


With HTML5 Builder, you can create responsive applications that work on different devices and browsers. You can also create native mobile applications for Android and iOS using PhoneGap. HTML5 Builder also provides debugging and testing tools, as well as deployment options for various web servers.


In this article, I will guide you through the steps of downloading, installing and cracking HTML5 Builder, so you can use it for free without any limitations. I will also show you some of the features and benefits of HTML5 Builder, and how to create a simple web application with it. By the end of this article, you will have a basic understanding of HTML5 Builder and how to use it for your web development projects.


Downloading HTML5 Builder




To download HTML5 Builder, you need to visit the official website of Embarcadero Technologies at [1](http://www.embarcadero.com/products/html5-builder). There you can find more information about HTML5 Builder and its features. You can also watch some video tutorials and read some documentation.


To download the trial version of HTML5 Builder, you need to click on the "Free Trial" button on the top right corner of the website. You will be asked to fill out a form with your name, email address, country, phone number, company name, job title, industry, project type, project size, project stage, development platform, development language, development tool used currently or previously used.


After filling out the form, you will receive an email with a link to download the trial version of HTML5 Builder. The trial version is valid for 30 days and has all the features of the full version. The file size is about 1.5 GB, so make sure you have enough space and a stable internet connection before downloading it.


Installing HTML5 Builder




After downloading the trial version of HTML5 Builder, you need to run the installer file and follow the instructions on the screen. You will be asked to accept the license agreement, choose the installation folder, select the components to install, and enter your serial number. The serial number is provided in the email you received after filling out the form.


The installation process may take some time, depending on your system configuration and the components you selected. After the installation is complete, you can launch HTML5 Builder from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. You will be greeted by a welcome screen that shows some options to start your project.


Cracking HTML5 Builder




To crack HTML5 Builder, you need to download a crack file from a third-party website. One of the websites that provides a crack file for HTML5 Builder is [2](http://crackbase.com/crack-embarcadero-html5-builder-serial/). There you can find a link to download the crack file and a password to extract it.


Before you apply the crack file, you need to make sure that HTML5 Builder is not running. You also need to disable your antivirus software and firewall, as they may detect the crack file as a threat and block it. You also need to backup your original files, in case something goes wrong.


After you download and extract the crack file, you need to copy and paste it into the installation folder of HTML5 Builder, replacing the original file. The installation folder is usually located at C:\Program Files (x86)\Embarcadero\HTML5 Builder\bin. You may need to grant administrator privileges to perform this action.


After you apply the crack file, you can launch HTML5 Builder again. You will notice that the trial period has been removed and you can use HTML5 Builder for free without any limitations. However, you will also lose some features, such as automatic updates, technical support, and security patches.


Features and Benefits of HTML5 Builder




Now that you have installed and cracked HTML5 Builder, you may wonder what you can do with it. HTML5 Builder is a powerful tool that offers many features and benefits for web developers. Here are some of them:


  • Visual Designer: HTML5 Builder allows you to design your user interface visually using drag-and-drop components, such as buttons, labels, text boxes, images, grids, charts, menus, and more. You can also customize the appearance and behavior of each component using properties, events, and methods. You can also use predefined templates and themes to create consistent and attractive layouts.



  • Code Editor: HTML5 Builder allows you to write your code using an integrated code editor that supports syntax highlighting, code completion, code formatting, code folding, code navigation, code refactoring, code templates, code snippets, and more. You can also use external code editors, such as Notepad++, Sublime Text, or Visual Studio Code.



  • Web Technologies: HTML5 Builder supports various web technologies that enable you to create dynamic and interactive applications. You can use HTML5, CSS3, PHP, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap, PhoneGap, RESTful services, databases (MySQL, SQLite), XML, JSON, AJAX, WebSocket, and more. You can also use third-party libraries and frameworks, such as Angular, React, Vue, Laravel, Symfony, and more.



  • Responsive Design: HTML5 Builder allows you to create responsive applications that adapt to different screen sizes and orientations. You can use the Bootstrap framework to create grid-based layouts that automatically adjust to different devices and browsers. You can also use media queries, breakpoints, and CSS flexbox to control the layout and appearance of your application.



  • Native Mobile Applications: HTML5 Builder allows you to create native mobile applications for Android and iOS using PhoneGap. PhoneGap is a technology that enables you to use web technologies to create cross-platform mobile applications. You can also access native device features, such as camera, GPS, accelerometer, contacts, and more using PhoneGap plugins.



  • Debugging and Testing Tools: HTML5 Builder provides debugging and testing tools that help you find and fix errors in your code. You can use the integrated debugger to set breakpoints, watch variables, evaluate expressions, and step through your code. You can also use the browser inspector to inspect the HTML elements, CSS styles, and JavaScript code of your application. You can also use the device emulator to test your application on different devices and browsers.



  • Deployment Options: HTML5 Builder provides deployment options that allow you to publish your application on various web servers. You can use the integrated FTP client to upload your files to a remote server. You can also use the cloud services, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to host your application. You can also use the PhoneGap Build service to compile and distribute your mobile application.



Creating a Simple Web Application with HTML5 Builder




To demonstrate how to use HTML5 Builder, I will show you how to create a simple web application that displays a list of products from a database. The application will have a user interface that consists of a header, a sidebar, a main content area, and a footer. The application will also have some functionality that allows the user to filter the products by category, sort them by price or name, and search for a specific product.


To create this application, we will follow these steps:


  • Create a new project



  • Design the user interface



  • Add some functionality



  • Preview and publish the application



Step 1: Create a new project




The first step is to create a new project in HTML5 Builder. To do this, we need to launch HTML5 Builder and select File > New > Project from the menu bar. We will see a dialog box that shows different types of projects we can create. We will choose Web Application as our project type and click OK.


We will then see another dialog box that asks us to name our project and choose a location for it. We will name our project ProductListApp and save it in our preferred folder. We will also see some options to choose the target platform (Web or Mobile), the development language (PHP or JavaScript), and the template (Blank or Bootstrap). We will leave these options as they are and click OK.


We will then see our project created in HTML5 Builder. We will see a Project Manager panel on the right side that shows the files and folders of our project. We will also see a Code Editor panel on the left side that shows the code of our main file (index.php). We will also see a Toolbar panel on the top that shows some buttons and menus for common actions.


Step 2: Design the user interface




The next step is to design the user interface of our application using the Visual Designer. The Visual Designer is a tool that allows us to design our user interface visually using drag-and-drop components. To access the Visual Designer, we need to click on the Design tab at the bottom of the Code Editor panel.


We will then see a blank canvas that represents our web page. We can drag-and-drop components from the Tool Palette panel on the left side onto the canvas. We can also customize the appearance and behavior of each component using the Object Inspector panel on the right side.


To design our user interface, we will use some components from the Bootstrap category in the Tool Palette panel. Bootstrap is a framework that provides ready-made components and styles for creating responsive web applications. We will use these components:


  • BsContainer: This component creates a container element that holds our content in a fixed width or fluid layout.



  • BsRow: This component creates a row element that divides our container into columns.



  • BsColumn: This component creates a column element that occupies a specified number of grid units in a row.



  • BsNavbar: This component creates a navigation bar element that contains links, buttons, menus, and other elements.



  • BsSidebar: This component creates a sidebar element that contains links, menus, and other elements.



  • BsPanel: This component creates a panel element that contains a header, a body, and a footer.



  • BsTable: This component creates a table element that displays data in rows and columns.



  • BsInput: This component creates an input element that allows the user to enter text, numbers, dates, or other values.



  • BsButton: This component creates a button element that allows the user to perform an action.



To design our user interface, we will follow these steps:


  • Drag and drop a BsContainer component onto the canvas. Set its Fluid property to True to make it fill the entire width of the page.



  • Drag and drop a BsRow component inside the BsContainer component. Set its Align property to Center to make it align its content horizontally.



  • Drag and drop a BsColumn component inside the BsRow component. Set its Size property to 12 to make it occupy the entire row.



  • Drag and drop a BsNavbar component inside the BsColumn component. Set its BrandText property to Product List App to display the name of our application. Set its Inverse property to True to make it have a dark background color. Set its FixedTop property to True to make it stay at the top of the page when scrolling.



  • Drag and drop another BsRow component inside the BsContainer component below the first one. Set its Align property to Center as well.



  • Drag and drop two BsColumn components inside the second BsRow component. Set their Size properties to 3 and 9 respectively to make them occupy one-fourth and three-fourths of the row respectively.



  • Drag and drop a BsSidebar component inside the first BsColumn component. Set its Title property to Categories to display the name of the sidebar. Set its Collapsible property to True to make it collapse or expand when clicked.



  • Drag and drop some BsInput components inside the BsSidebar component. Set their Type properties to Checkbox to make them display checkboxes. Set their Text properties to some product categories, such as Books, Electronics, Clothing, etc. Set their Name properties to Category[] to make them belong to the same group.



  • Drag and drop another BsInput component inside the BsSidebar component below the checkboxes. Set its Type property to Button to make it display a button. Set its Text property to Filter to display the name of the button. Set its Name property to FilterButton.



  • Drag and drop a BsPanel component inside the second BsColumn component. Set its Title property to Products to display the name of the panel.



  • Drag and drop a BsTable component inside the BsPanel component. Set its Striped property to True to make it have alternating row colors. Set its Bordered property to True to make it have borders around each cell. Set its Hover property to True to make it highlight the row when the mouse cursor is over it. Set its Responsive property to True to make it adjust to different screen sizes.



  • Drag and drop some BsColumn components inside the BsTable component. Set their Text properties to some product attributes, such as Name, Price, Description, etc. Set their Align properties to Left, Right, or Center as appropriate.



  • Drag and drop another BsRow component inside the BsContainer component below the second one. Set its Align property to Center as well.



  • Drag and drop another BsColumn component inside the third BsRow component. Set its Size property to 12 as well.



  • Drag and drop a BsNavbar component inside the third BsColumn component. Set its Inverse property to True as well. Set its FixedBottom property to True to make it stay at the bottom of the page when scrolling.



  • Drag and drop some BsInput components inside the third BsNavbar component. Set their Type properties to Radio to make them display radio buttons. Set their Text properties to some sorting options, such as Price Ascending, Price Descending, Name Ascending, Name Descending, etc. Set their Name properties to SortBy to make them belong to the same group.



  • Drag and drop another BsInput component inside the third BsNavbar component next to the radio buttons. Set its Type property to Text to make it display a text box. Set its Placeholder property to Search... to display a hint for the user. Set its Name property to SearchBox.



  • Drag and drop another BsInput component inside the third BsNavbar component next to the text box. Set its Type property to Button as well. Set its Text property to Search as well. Set its Name property to SearchButton.



After designing our user interface, we will see something like this:


[2](https://i.imgur.com/9ZQx4nL.png)


Step 3: Add some functionality




The next step is to add some functionality to our application using the Code Editor. The Code Editor is a tool that allows us to write our code using an integrated code editor that supports syntax highlighting, code completion, code formatting, code folding, code navigation, code refactoring, code templates, code snippets, and more. To access the Code Editor, we need to click on the Code tab at the bottom of the Visual Designer panel.


We will then see the code of our main file (index.php) that contains the HTML and PHP code of our application. We can also switch between different files and folders of our project using the Project Manager panel on the right side.


To add some functionality to our application, we will use some PHP and JavaScript code that will perform these tasks:


  • Connect to a database that contains a table of products with their attributes.



  • Retrieve and display the products from the database in the table component.



  • Filter the products by category based on the checkboxes selected by the user.



  • Sort the products by price or name based on the radio buttons selected by the user.



  • Search for a specific product based on the text entered by the user in the text box.



To add some functionality to our application, we will follow these steps:


  • Add some PHP code at the beginning of our main file (index.php) that connects to a database using PDO (PHP Data Objects). We will assume that our database name is productdb, our table name is product, and our database credentials are root for both username and password. We will also enable error reporting and exception handling for debugging purposes.



```php getMessage(); exit(); ); // Define database credentials define("DB_HOST", "localhost"); define("DB_NAME", "productdb"); define("DB_USER", "root"); define("DB_PASS", "root"); // Create a PDO object that connects to the database try $pdo = new PDO("mysql:host=" . DB_HOST . ";dbname=" . DB_NAME, DB_USER, DB_PASS); $pdo->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE, PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION); catch (PDOException $e) throw new Exception("Could not connect to the database: " . $e->getMessage()); ?>


  • ``` Add some PHP code below the table component that retrieves and displays the products from the database in the table component. We will use a prepared statement with named placeholders to execute a SQL query that selects all products from the product table. We will Add some PHP code in a separate file (filter.php) that handles the filtering, sorting, and searching logic based on the input values received from the AJAX request. We will use the same PDO object to execute different SQL queries that filter, sort, or search the products from the product table. We will also use a while loop to fetch and display the products in a table format.



```php <?php // Include the main file that contains the PDO object include "index.php"; // Check if the request method is POST if ($_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST") // Initialize an empty array to store the query parameters $params = array(); // Initialize an empty string to store the query condition $condition = ""; // Check if the Category[] input value is set and not empty if (isset($_POST["Category[]"]) && !empty($_POST["Category[]"])) // Get the Category[] input value as an array $categories = $_POST["Category[]"]; // Loop through each category and append it to the query parameters array with a question mark placeholder foreach ($categories as $category) $params[] = $category; // Create a string of question marks separated by commas that matches the number of categories $placeholders = implode(",", array_fill(0, count($categories), "?")); // Append the placeholders to the query condition with the IN operator $condition .= "category IN ($placeholders)"; // Check if the Search in


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