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Tuesday, 18. April 2017

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Delphi and the joy of Compiler Intrinsics – I cant use “Length” as a TFunc…

The Wiert Corner – One of the reasons I favour using RTL based functionality over Delphi Intrinsic Routines like Length, Abs and others is that you cannot use compiler intrinsics in Generics. For instance Length is not compatible with TFunc<string, Integer> unless you declare it yourself like function ...
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Monday, 17. April 2017

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Delphius and Basicus Each Struggle with a Problem

Delphi-losophy – Delphius and Basicus were both working on problems.  Delphius was trying to fix his roof, and Basicus was trying to repair his front door.    Both found their problem difficult. Delphius was unable to come  up with a good solution for his problem.  After a brief time of ...
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Hidden/Hard to Find Deals on Parallels Desktop Pro

Te Waka o Delphi – For some years now I’ve been running a Mac as my main development system, using Parallels Desktop to run Windows in VM’s on that hardware. I like the Parallels software, but not their licensing policy, which requires me to license each machine I use rather than the “No ...
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Friday, 14. April 2017

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MVVM-MVC-RAD Architectures with ColumbusEgg4Delphi

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Loosely coupled is good. We don’t want our business logic and data access all mixed together, that makes our code harder to maintain. But we all love RAD and being able to create our applications quickly. Drop some components on the form, set some properties and write a little code and we are ...
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Thursday, 13. April 2017

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TIOBE Index update - top 4 languages are going down

Compas Pascal – The TIOBE index shows: Top 4 languages are going down (Java, C, C++, C#) Delphi is now significantly more than 50% the size of Microsoft C# JavaScript and Delphi are keeping their share R is going up, fast It seems that there is a general move away from mainstream languages, towards other ...
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Wednesday, 12. April 2017

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RAD Studio 2017 Themes and Developers Survey

Marco's Tech Blog – With 10.2 Tokyo shipping last month, we at Embarcadero have renewed our focus to future plans, while R&D is still busy with fixes, updates, and some additional Tokyo features (mostly C++ for Linux). Themes for 2017/2018 The RAD Studio PM team (that is myself, Sarina, and David)  has ...
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Tuesday, 11. April 2017

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Sydney Meeting – Early April 2017

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Wednesday 12th April 2017 at 6 for 6:15pm start Your ADUG Best Software competition entry – Anyone Anyone who wants to enter their software in the inaugural ADUG Best Software competition can do so by demoing it at this meeting. All that involves is talking about your software for around 10 ...
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So long and thanks for all the Fixes

Te Waka o Delphi – Andreas Hausladen has released his latest DevExtensions and IDEFixPack for Delphi 10.2, just the latest release of fixes for things that Embarcadero should have fixed before pushing the “It’s Ready” button. Andreas’ work always presented something of a quandary to me. Whilst ...
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Monday, 10. April 2017

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Getting Started with Delphi

Glooscap Software – Delphi celebrated its 22nd anniversary in February and a lot of the developers who make up the Delphi programming community have been using it for a long time. I think that just speaks to their good judgement. At the same time, I'm pleasantly surprised to see people asking how to get started with ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Bruce McGee @ 07:20

Sunday, 9. April 2017

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IDE Fix Pack 5.96, DDevExtensions, DFMCheck for Delphi 10.2

Andy's Blog – Due to many requests, I took the time to update my tools (IDE Fix Pack, DDevExtensions, DFMCheck) for the newest Delphi version. Delphi 10.2 RTM will be the last version that all my tools support. I won’t be able to recompiled them for any 10.2 Update because my update subscription has expired and I ...
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Saturday, 8. April 2017

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DITE and DIC now supports RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo

The Road to Delphi – Hi, I just uploaded  a new version  of  DIC  (Delphi IDE Colorizer) with support for RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo. Check the next screenshot of the Delphi IDE  styled with the Glossy VCL Style. (click to enlarge) Also since some days ago a new version of DITE is available with support for RAD Studio 10.2 ...
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Delphi's Powerful Image Display and Editing Library, ImageEn updated to v7

NAF Delphi Blog – Fresh off the ImageEn blog, ImageEn v7 has been released:https://xequte.wordpress.com/
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Friday, 7. April 2017

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TMS hands-on training day in Kortrijk, Belgium on June 8th

TMS Software Blog – TMS software organizes a new training day on Thursday June 8th in Kortrijk - Belgium. All day, sessions will be spent on TMS VCL components, TMS FNC components and TMS Cloud components with also sufficient session time allocated to handle your specific questions on TMS components. The sessions will ...
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ANN: DelphiMVCFramework 3.0 beta

Daniele Teti's programming blog – In the last months some of the great 9 DelphiMVCFramework contributors from all over the world, have worked hard to release the version 3.0. Now it is ready to be tested! DelphiMVCFramework is one of the most popular RESTful framework for Delphi, so any change has been accurately considered and ...
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Thursday, 6. April 2017

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Nick Hodges Book Bundle

Delphi Code Monkey – Just wanted to give a shout out to an Excellent Delphi Dude, Nick Hodges, who has recently made available a bundle of his three recent and very well done Delphi books, in a single bundle.I have actually only read two out of the three, but based on the quality of those, I can unhesitatingly recommend ...
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