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Wednesday, 24. December 2014

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Castalia IDE Plugin Free with XE7 (ends soon)

Stephen Ball – One present I’m going to be playing with over Christmas is the Castalia IDE plug in. If you want to know why, check out the 10 minute demo here of some of the cool refactoring and IDE tools that Castalia provides. Don’t forget if your latest version is XE2 your last chance to qualify for ...
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Spelunking Delphi RTL new Features since XE2

Marco's Tech Blog – What's new in the Delphi (and C++Builder) run time library (or RTL) in XE7, compared to the classic Xe2 version? There is likely way more than you thought! While I don't have time to delve into each and every of these new features, this is a summary, based on a direct unit to unit comparison. ...
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Tuesday, 23. December 2014

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Creating Highly Connected Apps with Bluetooth and Kinvey using Object Pascal

Delphi Insider – In this session, we show how to discover and interact with a Bluetooth LE device, such as a heart rate monitor, and track and store the received data in the cloud using a backend as a service (BaaS) provider such as Kinvey, Parse or App42. You'll also learn how to query existing cloud data using ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Tim Del Chiaro @ 17:00
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Plugin Spotlight – Delphi Dev Shell Tools

OTAPI – In this article, we’re going to take a look at the infinitely-useful Delphi Dev Shell Tools by Rodrigo Ruz. What is “Delphi Dev Shell Tools”? Delphi Dev Shell Tools (referred to here-forth as “DDST”) is a truly remarkable Windows Shell Extension specifically for Delphi ...
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Episode 215: Gang of Four – 20 Years Later : Software Engineering Radio

The Wiert Corner – If you are into serious software development, then this is a 75 minute PodCast you must listen to: Episode 215: Gang of Four – 20 Years Later : Software Engineering Radio. Abstract Johannes Thönes talks with Erich Gamma, Ralph Johnson and Richard Helm from the Gang of Four about the 20th anniversary ...
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Last Minute Christmas Shopping Ideas

The PodCast at Delphi.org – If you still have a few people on your Christmas gift list that you just don’t know what to do for, check out the RAD Offer page. You’ll save some serious money, and they will get the best development tool for building highly connected multi-device native apps. Get Free Bonuses with the ...
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Monday, 22. December 2014

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"RasterrainObjPas" - Simple Ray Tracer in Object Pascal

Pawel Glowacki – I always wanted to implement a ray tracer in my favourite Object Pascal programming language. The thing is that it is not trivial, especially when you start reading books like "Physically Based Rendering" you realize that implementing a ray tracer might take a lot of time and work. Recently on ...
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Sunday, 21. December 2014

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Get Castalia for Delphi free with purchase of RAD Studio or Delphi XE7 until Dec 31, 2014

Delphi Insider – Jacob Thurman, from TwoDesk (makers of Castalia), recently demonstrated some of the great editor features of Castalia for Delphi during our most RAD in Action webinar.The Castalia Suite (a $249 value) is one of the awesome Bonus Pack items (a combined total of over $800 USD in value) that are ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Tim Del Chiaro @ 16:30
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Programming and (human) languages

TURBU Tech – StackOverflow just announced that they’re opening up yet another foreign language version of SO, this one in Japanese.  They’ve already done this in Portuguese, and now it appears they’re continuing on the same path.  When people point out that the “convenience” that ...
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Saturday, 20. December 2014

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Delphi Cookbook for USD 5 (or EUR 4.80); actually: get any Packt eBook or video for that price – #packt5dollar

The Wiert Corner – Earlie this month, I wrote a review about Delphi Cookbook. Well: as of last thursday, you can get that for USD 5 (or EUR 4.80, so better get yourself a USA account: just ensure your address is in the USA). Heck: until januari 6th, you can get any eBook or Video on Packt for USD 5. Note there is even ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 22:08

Friday, 19. December 2014

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RAD Studio Case Study - Spikes Security

Delphi Insider – With RAD Studio, Spikes’ developers can now write from a single code base that it can leverage against all platforms. As a result, they can release product to market faster than any of their competitors. Embarcadero RAD Studio Case Study - Spikes Security from Embarcadero Technologies
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Tim Del Chiaro @ 17:00
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Little Things that make a difference. Part I. Application Base (addendum)

RemObjects Blogs – In this short article, the server application template created in the previous article will be turned into a real Visual Studio template. Greater minds have already described the process in the MSDN article at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/xkh1wxd8.aspx. Some preparation work is needed ...
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Flotsam and Jetsam #90

Delphi-losophy – I mentioned this video before, but it is so good I’m going to mention it again:  Parallel Programming Library: Create Responsive Object Pascal Apps.   Danny’s blog is in Dutch, but he has an English entry that includes the source code to his session. Something I’m surprised by:  ...
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Little Things that make a difference. Part I. Application Base (addendum)

RemObjects Blogs – In this short article, the server application template created in the previous article will be turned into a real Visual Studio template. Greater minds have already described the process in the MSDN article at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/xkh1wxd8.aspx. Some preparation work is needed ...
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Using the new iOS Sprite Kit from Delphi, a little XMas gift from the TMS team

TMS Software Blog – With iOS 7, Apple introduced the new SpriteKit framework for game development on iOS 7. This framework manages things like graphics, animation, physics, particle effects, gravity, ... all things typically needed for game development. The full documentation for SpriteKit can be found in the ...
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