Thursday, 31. July 2014

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Did you get the Memo ?

Te Waka o Delphi – People looking for a cheap Android tablet have a new option from a respected player: The Asus Pad 7 Although not exactly falling over themselves in excitement (it is an entry level, budget device after all), reviewers are finding a lot to like in this device. But Delphi developers hoping to sell ...
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AES encryption envelope and Xamarin PCL

RemObjects Blogs – Recently I’ve been asked a question about how the AES encryption envelope can be used with a PCL build of Data Abstract, the issue being that PCL doesn’t expose the needed cryptography API. Although I don’t known the reason for this, I am still going to provide a solution. Before ...
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New link for Ray Konopka webinar

Glooscap Software – I previously posted about Embarcadero's Developer Skill Sprints, and in particular, today's session with Ray Konopka. Unfortunately, if you registered for the skill sprints, the confirmation you received may be for sessions that begin on September 5th, skipping today's sessions. Here is the direct ...
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Developer Skill Sprint: Effectively Using Delphi Generics with Ray Konopka

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Join us for the Developer Skill Sprint: Effectively Using Delphi Generics with Ray Konopka today! Register for a session now: Thu, Jul 31, 2014 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM PDT Thu, Jul 31, 2014 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT Thu, Jul 31, 2014 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM PDT
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Wednesday, 30. July 2014

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Learn about generics from Ray Konopka

Glooscap Software – Over the past couple of months Embarcadero has been hosting Developer Skill Sprints.  Each one is a short presentation concentrating on a specific topic or feature, followed by a Q&A session. There is a new skill sprint every Tuesday and Thursday which is shown at 6:00 AM and 5:00 PM PDT. ...
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Final days for RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder XE6 July Offers

Delphi Insider – There are just a couple days left for the July 2014 special offers on RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder XE6.Recharge from XE5 to XE6 - get the low recharge price and get a free Bonus Pack of additional software including VCL and FireMonkey Style Packs, Mida Converter, and the popular Coding in ...
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Tuesday, 29. July 2014

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Delphi: workaround for when you loose many of the ModelMaker Code Explorer keyboard shortcuts

The Wiert Corner – ModelMaker Code Explorer (MMX for short) stores the keyboard shortcuts in the registry. I’ve had it occur once that somehow most (about 95%) of the shortcuts got lost. Two thinks I learned from resurrecting the shortcuts: MMX writes these settings when you exit Delphi Only a few keys (with ...
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Monday, 28. July 2014

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Movie #104 - Loops with Guard Clauses

LearnDelphi.TV – Sometimes loops can get quite complex with lots of conditional logic and deep nesting.  Have a look at this video for a technique to reduce this complexity.
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Sunday, 27. July 2014

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Introducing VSoft.CommandLineParser for Delphi

VSoft Technologies – Command line parsing Pretty much every delphi console application I have ever written or worked on had command line options, and every one of the projects tried different ways for defining and parsing the supplied options. Whilst working on DUnitX recently, I needed to add some command line options, ...

Friday, 25. July 2014

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Come on Baby Light My Fire

Te Waka o Delphi – These are exciting times in the mobile development space, especially for followers of RemObjects work. Whilst the likes of Xamarin and Embarcadero pursue their cross-platform abstractions, with varying degrees of success, RemObjects have been focussing on delivering genuinely native solutions and ...
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Using Object Pointers in a DataSet TField

TPersistent.com – I have seen code where an object pointer is stored in each row of a TDataSet, and referenced by code.  So skipping the question of the validity of such code, how do you support X86 and X64 bit code, especially if you use persistent TFields (use Delphi’s Form Designer RAD approach for the UI)? ...
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Cloud Security, For Real This Time: Homomorphic Encryption and the Future of Online Privacy

Craig Stuntz's Weblog – That’s the title of the presentation I’ll be giving at CloudDevelop 2014, on October 17th, in Columbus, Ohio. If you read my blog at all then you’re probably interested in where software development will be headed five years in the future. Two things I recommend that you study are ...
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DUnitX Updated : Filtering Tests

VSoft Technologies – Still evolving DUnitX is still quite young, and still evolving. One of the features most often requested (other than the gui runner, which is still planned) is the ability to select which tests to run. I found myself wishing for that feature recently. I never missed it while the number of my tests ...
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Movie #103 - Property Code Templates

LearnDelphi.TV – It can be quite an effort typing out a property declaration on an interface with getter and setter methods, in this video you will learn to save yourself a bunch of time by using one of the code templates available in Delphi.
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Movie #102 - Alignment Ordering Problem

LearnDelphi.TV – You may have noticed if you align a bunch of controls to one side then toggle their visibility property their order can change. This can be a bit annoying for building a consistent UI, but in this video I explain a simple work around.
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