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How to slide a FMX tabcontrol tabitem up from the bottom

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I'm using Delphi XE6 plus the Mobile add-on. I'm new to mobile app development and just doing a little testing on my iPhone 5s. I'm trying to replicate the functionality found in the iPhone Contacts app for IOS 7.1 when you click the plus (+) sign to add a new contact. The form (?) or TabItem slides up from the bottom of the screen. Using the Gestures I can slide side to side, tabitem to tabitem, but I would like to know how to mimic the sliding up and down.

Thanks for any useful suggestions.
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by:Sinisa Vuk
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better use ListBox component with ListBoxItems - then you should scroll up/down.
Look for Delphi's mobile samples in demo folder
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Use TVertScrollBox
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See scrollable form example program
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