Sunday, 1. February 2015

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Flotsam and Jetsam #94

Delphi-losophy – Blog of the Week:  The blog of the week is Stefan Glienke’s Delphi Sorcery.  He is doing all kind of cool things, including bringing some of the interesting things found in functional programming over to Delphi.  His latest post is on Either – a record that can be either one thing or ...
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Friday, 30. January 2015

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Delphi Hackathon

The PodCast at Delphi.org – How are you Delphi programming skills? Want to visit Fortaleza, Brazil? I’m sure it is especially nice if you are in the northern hemisphere right now since Brazil is enjoying summer while we are stuck in winter. Next week Hack’n Fortes is hosting a Delphi hackathon / programming ...
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Parallel Map

The Delphi Geek – At my latest parallel programming presentation a participant suggested that I should extend the OmniThreadLibrary with a parallel mapping abstraction. Dear sir, here is a gift for you.var numbers: TArray<integer>; odds : TArray<string>;begin //initialize the `numbers` array (not ...
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Voice Enable Your Android Object Pascal Apps

Delphi Insider – Learn how to add text-to-speech and voice recognition to your Android Apps. This session also covers voice launch on Google Glass.This is a video replay from the CodeRage 9 online developer conference.Register here for access to all of the CodeRage replaysClick here for the latest RAD Studio, ...
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RAD Studio Update Subscription

Marco's Tech Blog – Embarcadero is launching the new Update Subscription program for the RAD Studio family of products, a version of the old Maintenance and Support on steroids. The new program (described in details at www.embarcadero.com/products/rad-studio/update-subscription ) is an addition to the ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 11:07

Thursday, 29. January 2015

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New dynamic array type in Spring4D 1.2

Delphi sorcery – Today I want to talk about dynamic arrays. Often you might prefer them over a full blown generic list because it avoids creating an instance just to store a couple of elements (which are backed by a dynamic array inside the list anyway - at least for a regular TList<T> regardless if you use ...
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Some links to Delphi Unit Testing history

The Wiert Corner – Unit testing has been here for a long time, and so has Unit Testing in Delphi. Below a summary of historic links together with some notes on how the state of affairs changed over the years. Charlie Calvert I’ll start with one of the first large Delphi Unit Testing articles was a paper by ...
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Wednesday, 28. January 2015

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Odds and Ends: Another CodeSite thing and a thought about the 20th birthday of Delphi

Delphi Code Monkey – I think I forgot to mention a lot of features in my CodeSite review, but there's one that just made me so happy. I actually smiled. While coding. I know eh?  Imagine this. I'm persisting some complex structure as XML and writing that to the DB. Writing that big mess out to a plain text log ...
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Delphi Blogs of the Week (or Month) #25

Marco's Tech Blog – More a monthly than a weekly roundup of Delphi and RAD Studio related blogs post, news, and more... but a fat one. Languages-Related Blog Posts Nick on Delphi and #Code2014 at www.codingindelphi.com/blog/delphi-and-code2014/ (I agree, Delphi did very well, but I personally consider ...
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RAD in Action: Revolutionary UI Development with FireUI - Webinar Resources

Sip from the Firehose – RAD in Action: Revolutionary UI Development with FireUI Build One UI for 4 Form Factors David Intersimone "David I" Wednesday, January 28, 2015http://forms.embarcadero.com/RADInActionFireUI UI development has changed significantly over the years with new devices and form factors being introduced ...
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Oxygene for Delphi Developers: New Features

RemObjects Blogs – Oxygene has come so far from where Delphi left the Pascal language when it stopped innovating in the late ’90s that it’s hard to provide a simple and concise overview of what’s “new” in Oxygene for Delphi developers – there’s just so much. This topic will ...

Tuesday, 27. January 2015

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Hmmm. Castalia for Delphi: Castalia for Delphi is not currently available. Thank you for your interest. – via Uwe Raabe – G+

The Wiert Corner – Thanks Uwe Raabe for sharing This sounds interesting: http://www.twodesk.com/castalia/thanks.html </rumours on> As the page then read: Castalia for Delphi Castalia for Delphi is not currently available. Thank you for your interest. … Copyright © 2013 Jacob Thurman –jeroen ...
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Monday, 26. January 2015

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Embarcadero Community Webcast – Episode #4 - January 26, 2015

Sip from the Firehose – Embarcadero Community Webcast – Episode #4 Monday January 26, 2015 A weekly Embarcadero Community webcast, by David Intersimone "David I", covering recent Embarcadero and Industry news, upcoming events, blog posts, articles and Community Questions and Answers. The recording appears on the ...
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Sunday, 25. January 2015

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Selecting Which Data Access Components (DAC) to Use with RAD Studio XE7

Delphi Insider – FireDAC, DataSnap, dbExpress, IBX and dbGo are all options available out of the box to Delphi/C++ Buider programmers. Faced with these choices how should you make the decision on which database access layer to use in your applications. Some of the factors that may influence your decision can ...
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The Either type for Delphi

Delphi sorcery – In a previous post I talked about the Maybe type that similar to the Nullable type allows you to handle values or the state of having no value in a functional approach.Today I show you another type that is common in functional programming - the Either type. It allows you to return 2 different ...
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