Monday, 30. March 2015

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BitSavers.org just added 7 missing scans of PascalNews newsletters (1975…1983)

The Wiert Corner – For anyone keeping up with Pascal history, these uploads are new: 03_Pascal_Newsletter_Feb75.pdf 04_Pascal_Newsletter_Jul76.pdf 13_Pascal_Newsletter_Dec78.pdf 20_Pascal_Newsletter_Dec80.pdf 21_Pascal_Newsletter_Apr81.pdf 23A_Pascal_Newsletter.pdf 25_Pascal_Newsletter_Apr83.pdf –jeroen via: ...
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Sunday, 29. March 2015

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Flotsam and Jetsam #98

Delphi-losophy – I’ve been whining about my difficulty in writing a book chapter about the Parallel Programming Library.  I’m getting the hang of it, though, and it is as cool as it’s been touted to be.  In fact, I’d venture to say that once you start using it, you’ll never really need to use `TThread` ...
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Saturday, 28. March 2015

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Delphi Pipe – Delphi related RSS feed running on Yahoo Pipes – via twm’s blog

The Wiert Corner – New Delphi related RSS feed: Delphi Pipe “A collection of Delphi related RSS streams” which works perfectly fine in Feedly. So it is definitely time for me to really do some Yahoo Pipes research: Since Delphi Feeds doesn’t list my blog any more and generally isn’t very fast in responding ...
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Friday, 27. March 2015

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TMS Software Spell Checking for VCL and FireMonkey apps

Sip from the Firehose – During several of our recent online events, I was asked if there was a multi-device spell checking and RTF component solution for FireMonkey. The answer is, yes there is.  Spell  Checking components are available from TMS Software both for Windows VCL and multi-device FireMonkey apps. ...
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Latest Additions to TMS Workflow

TMS Software Blog – TMS products could be categorized by "application user-oriented" or "application developer-oriented". Products like TMS Aurelius are heavily developer-oriented: it's the developer that "uses" the product during most of development time and the application user have no idea it even exists. Products ...

Thursday, 26. March 2015

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What does the Google Code shutdown mean for other services?

TURBU Tech – My brother lives in Provo, Utah, one of the few cities in the country fortunate enough to have Google Fiber service.  And they are truly fortunate; he describes it as awesome and amazing, the kind of Internet service everyone should have.  But the thing is… it’s from Google. Don’t ...
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An Interview with Ray Konopka

The PodCast at Delphi.org – In this episode we talked to Ray Konopka during Delphi Week. Topics include the upcoming Delphi Developer Days, some of his work for Disney, Raize Software, including his new Radiant Shapes, Windows 10 and HoloLense (even though I wish they would rename it). Looking forward to seeing everyone at ...
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Wednesday, 25. March 2015

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FireDAC Skill Sprint - BDE to InterBase Migration using FireDAC

Sip from the Firehose – Here are the resource links for my Thursday, March 26, 2015 FireDAC Skill Sprint - "BDE to InterBase Migration using FireDAC". The slide deck is also available on slideshare. FireDAC page - http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/XE7/en/FireDAC FireDAC and ODBC ...
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Introducing Radiant Shapes by Raize Software

Delphi Insider – Radiant Shapes is a brand new component library that will brighten any FireMonkey app. The library contains 35 reusable shape controls that can be used in all facets of FMX UI development from style composition and button adornment to data visualization and dashboard design. Each control has been ...
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Tuesday, 24. March 2015

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WideOrbit is hiring for lots of positions!

The Delphi Hacker's Corner – Greetings,Here's a quick list of open positions and what we're looking for. If you're interested in any of these, feel free to shoot me an email at aohlsson@wideorbit.comDelphi Developer: Lynnwood, WA, San Francisco, CA or Hoover, ALDelphi, SQL Multi-tier systems experienceSr Software Engineer – ...
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Interfaces are great, but they can be a pain to debug. Forgetting one weak link can lead to Access Violation hell…

The Wiert Corner – Paul Thornton posted a nice question on G+ two weeks ago: Interfaces are great, but they can be a pain to debug. Forgetting one weak link can lead to Access Violation hell. I seem to remember a utility that would let you visualise the links between interfaced objects, but can’t remember what ...
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Monday, 23. March 2015

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From Lego to TComponent...

TMS Software Blog – In my childhood, I was always fascinated by Lego. I spent countless hours building all kinds of things with Lego, many times a town, all kinds of houses but never forgetting a few sporty cars to accompany each house. What I could build with Lego was mostly limited by my imagination and the number of ...

Sunday, 22. March 2015

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Flotsam and Jetsam #97

Delphi-losophy – Well, the next release of Delphi must be getting close.  The Delphi Insider has information about Skill Sprints that will show some of the new features.  Mitov Software has an interesting screen shot that looks like it has some sort of multi-view for mobile apps.  Cool.  Here’s ...
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Friday, 20. March 2015

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Preview of Push Notifications in Enterprise Mobility Services

Marco's Tech Blog – On Tuesday I gave a Skill Sprint webinar introducing one of the coming features of EMS (Enterprise Mobility Services) in the next version of RAD Studio, that is, direct support for sending Push Notifications to mobile apps.  This is a feature Google calls "Google Cloud Messaging for Android" (or ...
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Preview of Brian Long’s Android topic at the ADUG Autumn Symposium

Australian Delphi User Group Members – There’s less than 2 days left to register for the ADUG Autumn Symposium 2015. As a special teaser before the event here’s a quick demo of some of speaker Brian Long’s demos that extend FireMonkey on Android beyond its out of the box capabilities.… Continue reading ›
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