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Wednesday, 25. May 2016

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Fire Tips: Working with Build Messages

RemObjects Blogs – If you have worked with Fire a bit, you will have noticed that unlike most other IDEs, it has no "Error List". This is not an oversight, but by design. Fire integrates error (and similar) messages in the jump bar, as well as directly, inline, with the code editor. Let's look at some common and best ...
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Faster Compilation for Delphi Win32 Generics in 10.1 Berlin

Marco's Tech Blog – While the Delphi compiler is recognized as an extremely fast compiler, when it comes to generics it can significantly slow down, along with the linker. The latest version of Delphi offers a significant improvement. During the development of 10.1 Berlin Delphi’s R&D team, and in particular ...
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Brisbane Meeting – June 2016

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Wednesday June 1st at 5:30pm to 9pm. Calling all Delphi-ites! The next Brisbane meeting, on Wednesday June 1st, is one you don’t want to miss. Please note, the meeting is open for anyone who wishes to attend; an ADUG membership is not required.… Continue reading ›
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Tuesday, 24. May 2016

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June 2 Webinar: Getting Started Building Mobile Applications for iOS and Android

Sip from the Firehose – This webinar will show you how to build mobile applications for iOS and Android using Delphi and C++Builder 10.1 Berlin. We will cover getting started, best practices for mobile UI/UX, building your first app, using FireUI Live Preview, creating custom design views and Live Previews, a real world ...
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Delphi XE8 does not adhere the `$(PROJECTNAME)` in a “Unit Output Directory”, but does recognise `$(SanitizedProjectName)`…

The Wiert Corner – The background here was a quick project at a client where many .dproj files were in the same directory, but they suffered from conditional define differences. Which meant that even if they were all using the  DEBUG configuration, some defines in the .dproj directories were different therefore ...
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Melbourne Meeting – June 2016

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 20th June at 6 for 6:15pm start. Anonymous Methods and Generics – Colin Johnsun Colin has presented many times at ADUG meetings in Sydney. We have invited him to Melbourne and he has chosen to roll his Sydney presentation on “Anonymous Methods” in with the one on ...
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More New MVPs

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I’ve got another large group of MVPs that have just signed up. They will appear in the MVP directory soon, but until then you can discover more about them here: Joachim Dürr – Germany Malcolm Groves – Australia Oren Aviram – Isreal Samer ASSIL – Turkey Andrew Efimov ...
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Monday, 23. May 2016

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Presenting the TMS software website redesign

TMS Software Blog – Since 1995, the year tmssoftware.com started focussing on offering components & tools for developers, it was time for a fifth major overhaul of our website. Since the beginning of this year, a lot work went into this overhaul behind the scenes for this overhaul. Some of the main goals of this ...
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Island — Native Windows and Linux in Elements 8.4

RemObjects Blogs – Ok, so we have made the first beta of Elements 8.4 available, and understandably, "Island" is the new feature you are most excited and want to hear more about. So, What is Island? "Island" is a new target platform for the Elements compiler, the fourth after .NET ("Echoes"), Java ("Cooper") and ...
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Delphi Blogs of the Week/Month #42

Marco's Tech Blog – This is a new installment of my occasional (mostly monthly) collection of relevant Delphi links. Embarcadero News Company focus is summarized in this video, "Inspire. Develop. Excel.": http://community.embarcadero.com/article/news/16231-inspire-develop-excel As you have seen also in ...
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50 Things I Don’t Like

Delphi-losophy – Donald Trump Heavily coupled code When people think that Delphi is dead Pineapple on Pizza Mean people Rap “Music” Not having enough battery Wires The New York Yankees Restaurants that don’t have free wireless C++ Waiting Hillary Clinton Kanye West Bad grammar Stop lights Lima Beans The Caps Lock ...
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Sunday, 22. May 2016

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Fantasy Island [a.k.a x86/x64 Codegen Using Oxygene]

Te Waka o Delphi – This is a quick follow up post to further tease some of the exciting developments in the world of RemObjects Elements. Yesterday I posted about implementing a Windows version of my trivially simple RandomNumber application. Today, I present another Windows version. But this one doesn’t use ...
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Saturday, 21. May 2016

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Delphi Programmer Thinks about the Go Programming Language and Mandatory Source Code Organization

Delphi Code Monkey – If you follow one of the usual tutorials for Go programming they will start by trying to dump a load of things you have to do on you.  This is perhaps something that you, as a long-time-Delphi geek have become inured to in your own environment.  Let us imagine a developer who has been ...
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Fire, Walk With Me

Te Waka o Delphi – This final post in the mini-series re-creating a random number app for OS X, Android and .NET has taken a while not because it’s complicated but because I’ve been distracted by a far more significant cross-platform project and some significant and exciting developments in the world of ...
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Friday, 20. May 2016

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Bookmarks bugfix – changing shortcuts

Parnassus – I’ve just released a small update to Parnassus Bookmarks, version 1.5.1.0. This fixes a bug where, when you changed the add bookmark or add caret (stack) bookmark shortcut, you would often end up having both shortcuts add a normal bookmark.Download BookmarksOddly enough, the controlling factor ...
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