Tuesday, 22. July 2014

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The StackOverflow Pascal/DelphiSyntax Highlighter

The Wiert Corner – Found out where the StackOverflow Pascal has its origins: What happened to comments in syntax highlighter? – Meta Stack Overflow. Like any syntax highlighter, it is not perfect (only a Delphi compiler driven highlighter would have a chance to be perfect), but it does a pretty good job. ...
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Monday, 21. July 2014

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RAD Studio, C++Builder and Delphi July 2014 Special Offers

Delphi Insider – If you don't have RAD Studio, Delphi or C++Builder XE6 yet, you won't want to miss out on these offers.If you are currently on version XE or earlier, July is your best time to upgrade to XE6 because you can upgrade from any earlier version and save up to 45% off the regular new user price. ...
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ITDevCon 2014, Call4Papers

Daniele Teti's programming blog – Dear potential ITDevCon speaker, As every year, I’m building the agenda for next ITDevCon that will be held next october 23th, 24th in Milan (Italy), in a new location. This will be the 6th edition ( we’re getting conference experts J ) The call for papers are officially open right now, so if you ...
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Saturday, 19. July 2014

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Drawing fully justified text to a canvas (via: Parnassus OÜ – Delphi Consulting & Plugins – parnassus.co)

The Wiert Corner – Though fully justified text is most often in print, and not much in user interfaces any more, this might come in useful one day (it is based on the GDI functions TextOut and SetTextJustification): David Millington Posted: Have you ever wanted to draw fully justified text ie, text that adheres to ...
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FireMonkey – TArc and Retina, not the best of friends

JED Software Blog – Last week I noticed a post on www.fmxexpress.com that showed a different UI for a progress bar. So instead of starting work on something I should have, I turned the code into a component and added the ability to change the colours used when displayed. I’d known TArc didn’t render nicely ...

Friday, 18. July 2014

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It’s my birthday! I have TWO gifts for you…

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – Today, July 18, 2014, is my birthday! I’m 34 years old. To celebrate, I have TWO gifts for you: #1 First, I’m offering discounted pricing on Usertility, my application usage analytics service. Usertility shows you how people actually use your software. This isn’t a one-month ...
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Thursday, 17. July 2014

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(Old style Pascal objects): Could you please remind me if Objects support polymorphism? For instance, I…

The Wiert Corner – I observe an increase of people not asking questions on Stack Overflow any more… Today, two interesting questions caught my eye. The first one was by Martijn Coppoolse about Is it possible to figure out whether a type’s property has a ‘stored’ flag or not, preferably without ...
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Apache Support in Delphi XE6

Marco's Tech Blog – Today I'm giving a Developer Skill Sprint on Apache support in RAD Studio XE6 (I already gave the first session live, the recording will be replayed), and I'd like to complement the session with this blog post, showing some of the code and providing the same hints and suggestions. First of all, ...
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Delphi: a few short notes on LoadString and loading shell resource strings for specific LCIDs

The Wiert Corner – I’m not a real expert on LCID (the values like 1033 (aka 0×409 or $409) and 1043 (aka 0×413 or $413), but here are a few notes on stuff that I wrote a while ago to obtain shell32.dll resource strings for various LCIDs. The most often used way to load resource strings is by calling ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jeroen Pluimers @ 05:00
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WideOrbit hiring a telecommuting developer!

The Delphi Hacker's Corner – Careful what you ask for! :)We are now hiring a telecommuting developer. Must still reside and be able to work in the US. Must also be able to travel to an office (San Francisco, CA and Lynnwood, WA, etc) on occasion as needed for training, meetings, events, and such.Please also realize that for ...
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Wednesday, 16. July 2014

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Cause for rlink32 Too many resources to handle

Andy's Blog – If you have many DFM files and RES files in your project you may run into the rlink32 error “Too many resources to handle”. Every DFM file is one resource and a RES file can contain multiple resources. All together must not exceed 3626 resources. This limit comes from how rlink32 pre-allocates ...
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Delphi: Variant versus OleVariant (via: RAD Studio API Documentation)

The Wiert Corner – I used to forget about the difference between Variant and OleVariant, and used them like this: Use OleVariants for OLE, and Variants for non OLE. There is no need to manually clear them. Luckily I was right, as the differences are documented in the Delphi on-line help at OLE-compatible Variant type ...
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Developer Direct 2014 Mobile School: Lesson 4 Slides and Replays

Sip from the Firehose – Wednesday, July 16, 2014: Lesson 4 - Building Powerful Multi-tier, Multi-device Applications using DataSnap REST/JSON This lesson will show you how to create multi-tier applications (in some cases with zero lines of code) that work with your mobile applications. In this lesson, you will learn how ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 00:56

Tuesday, 15. July 2014

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June 2014 BOGO Promo Redemption Info

Delphi Insider – I have heard some reports that some people are confused or don't understand what the June Buy One Get One offer was or how to redeem it. It's really pretty simple. The offer was a free second tool of equal or lesser value with purchase of qualifying RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder XE6 products. ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Tim Del Chiaro @ 17:03
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Mocking Multiple Interfaces - Delphi Mocks

VSoft Technologies – Today we updated Delphi Mocks to enable the Mocking of multiple interfaces. This is useful when the interface you wish to Mock is cast to another interface during testing. For example you could have the following system you wish to test. type {$M+} IVisitor = interface; IElement = interface ...
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