Developer Big Banng over on the Google+ Group posted a free utility for generating icons for your Delphi 10 Berlin apps on Android and IOS. When you write your applications for mobile or Windows, I’m sure you found yourself in a bit of trouble when it came to creating icons or splash screens. Whether you create application icons or icons for your app navigation/toolbar or just a fancy splash screen, you would want something easy, something that has as input of an image and which can output icons with various resolution to be used on the spot. Put aside your Adobe Photoshop skills, you now have this simple application, Delphi 10.1 Berlin Icons Generator, with simple interface and with just one click you are able to generate a whole set of icons for various resolutions or a splash screen. All you have to do, it to load an image and to select what you want to export: icons or splash screen. This tool has easy to use and modern interface, it will generate over 25 images from the base image, with resolutions ranging from 36×36 up to 255×255 pixels. You can generate image resources for Android and IOS as well as for Windows. The most useful feature is the Vector Graphics generator. Same as the icon generation process, you load an image file and it will generate vector graphics files ready to be used in your applications. This utility is now free and it will generate all the icons/images resources you will ever need for your application with just one click. Thomas Grubb also has a free utility to do this.
Download the free icon and splash screen generator app for Delphi 10 Berlin.
Update: The original version of this was packed with UPX and flagged as a virus. Apparently this is a new version that is not packed with UPX.
please verify … maybe this EXE contains a virus
user online virustotal.com
this is report
I looked up the name from your link on AVG and one of the comments was this:
When using Delphi 7 and creating a new application where the unit is saved as main.pas, avg detects the generated exe-file with psw.banker6.angx. When doing the same but saving the unit eg as unit1.pas there is no detection. Scanning of the complete pc gives no threats. Is this a false-positive ?
Noel, this detection on your file might be a possible false positive detection from AVG. You can help us report this file as a possible false positive by contacting our AVG Virus Lab team. The link to reach them is posted here: http://samplesubmit.avg.com/false-detection?cpmid=thl_crm_falsedetectECID=pr-th-1070
If you need to exclude a certain file, folder or URL from any detection by AVG, please follow the steps on this link: http://www.avgthreatlabs.com/webthreats/content/faq/#removalfaq7
Our corporate firewall is also blocking the file (I think it uses Fortinet):
You are not permitted to download the file “Delphi-10.1-Berlin-Icons-Generator.rar” because it is infected with the virus “W32/Banbra.TPQM!tr”.
Can you publish the source code of this tool?
I use SuperAntiSpyware.exe (AV) and it came up clean. I downloaded and am using it and none of my AV programs have reported a problem. Usually Windows Defender deletes an “infected” file before I have a chance to click on it.