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Wednesday, 14. January 2015

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Open Source Spotlight – DelphiAST (Abstract Syntax Tree)

OTAPI – In this series of articles, we take a look at useful Open Source Delphi projects and their value (both as-intended, and – where appropriate – beyond). Today we’re taking a look at DelphiAST, by Roman Yankovsky (note: website is in Russian). What is DelphiAST? DelphiAST is a ...
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Monday, 12. January 2015

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Delphi and the #Code2014 Rankings

The PodCast at Delphi.org – The Twitter #Code2014 ranking have become a bit of a tradition. At the end of the year everyone votes for the  programming languages they used, or were their favorite for the year. Then they all get tabulated up to see how they rank. Once again Delphi did quite well, coming it at #9, just ahead of ...
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I've been a bit busy lately! Upcoming posts on Delphi Code Monkey

Delphi Code Monkey – I apologize for the lack of blog activity for the last few months. I've been in Crunch Mode at work, and various things are going on in my family life right now that have made it harder to blog about Delphi.I remain an active Delphi guy, all day at work, and I'm happily using XE7 in production. ...
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Embarcadero Community Webcast by David I - Episode 02 - January 12, 2015

Sip from the Firehose – Embarcadero Community Webcast – Episode #2 Monday January 12, 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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Embarcadero Community Podcast by David I - Episode 02 - January 12, 2015

Sip from the Firehose – Embarcadero Community Podcast – Episode #2 Monday January 12, 2015 A weekly Embarcadero Community podcast, 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 ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? david.intersimone@embarcadero.com @ 20:18
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Enterprise Mobility Services: Introduction

Delphi Insider – Enterprise Mobility Services (EMS) is a new turnkey solution for today’s interconnected, distributed apps, offering an easy to deploy middleware server that hosts loadable custom API and data access modules. It’s based on open and standard technologies, including REST HTTP calls and JSON data ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Tim Del Chiaro @ 17:00
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Now Available: Delphi in Depth: ClientDataSets 2nd Edition

Let's Get Technical – I published the original Delphi in Depth: ClientDataSets book back in March of 2011. At the time I believe it was my 24th book on computer software, though I must admit that I've lost count. Nonetheless, I greatly appreciated the many kind comments I've received from readers since its publication, ...
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Saturday, 10. January 2015

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Get Awesomeness is Awesome

TPersistent.com – Get Awesomeness is a curated list of awesome Delphi frameworks, libraries, resources, and shiny things. Inspired by awesome-… stuff. It’s nice to have one stop shopping to open source frameworks of interest.  Certainly beats searching on source forge, Google code, GitHub and all the ...
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New Hope for Solving IDE Out of Memory Issues

TPersistent.com – Last night I I was reading some of the latest articles on Jon lennart Aasenden’s blog about Quartex. For those of you not following Jon on Google+ he is the founder of the DelphiArmy and the author of the Smart Mobile Studio IDE.  Quartex is an IDE for multiple languages (including Object ...
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Delphi and #Code2014

Delphi-losophy – Hey, Delphi ended up really well in the #code2014 survey.  Sure, it’s self-selected and thus statistically dubious, but it definitely is nice to see Delphi in ninth position with a prominent circle.  (If you add Delphi and Pascal together, we’d be in sixth place.  Yes, I can see the ...
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Implementing Record Assignment Operator [2]

The Delphi Geek – Yesterday I hinted at having a working (and easy to use) solution which allows you to detect a record assignment (or copying, if you want) and to access both records (left and right part of the assignment operation). You can also modify record data when an assignment is detected. I also mentioned ...

Friday, 9. January 2015

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Developer Skill Sprints - New Series Q1 2015

Delphi Insider – Here is some info on the new round of Developer Skill Sprints for Q1 of 2015. Sign up now!Explore the Flexibility of RAD Studio XE7The next round of Skill Sprints are here!It’s the new year and time for more Developer Skill Sprints! Join us for this 10-part series exploring some of the newest ...
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Ciao mondo!

Daniele Teti's programming blog – Benvenuto in WordPress. Questo è il tuo primo articolo. Modificalo o cancellalo e inizia a creare il tuo blog!
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Lollipop Hotfix (Beta) for Delphi and C++ Builder XE7

Marco's Tech Blog – Embarcadero has released a hotfix for RAD XE7 to update the Java JNI bridge support for Android 5. Specifically the issues relate to the exchange of array data between the C++/Delphi side and the Java side, as part of a technology called "JNI bridge". The issue shows up in all versions of Android ...
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Implementing Record Assignment Operator [1]

The Delphi Geek – Following the yesterday’s hunch, I did some research and I came up with a way to detect when a record is copied (simple, supported, working everywhere) and even to access both records (source and target) during that operation (unsafe, unsupported and currently working only for Win32). Now I can ...
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