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Wednesday, 29. March 2017

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Advanced HTTP Hacking Webinar Code

The PodCast at Delphi.org – You can find all the code from my HTTP webinar in my special HTTP folder. [Project source code] This is the script I use to demonstrate HTTP Range requests through Telnet. Just copy and paste each block of code (including the trailing blank line) into a command window and it will run telnet and make ...
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Tuesday, 28. March 2017

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Firemonkey TMemo Scrolling

Olaf Monien – When you add lines to a TMemo in Delphi Applications, then you might want to scroll to the very end of that particular Memo, so that the newest lines are kept in view. In FireMonkey it’s as easy as just calling GoToTextEnd: You might notice though, that when you clear…Read More
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The Value of Code Reviews

Rob's Technology Corner – I have recently seen code that that looked like this. try ... Lines of Code here ...exceptend;or procedure TCustomClass.MethodDoThis()begin ... 20 Lines of code ...end; procedure TCustomClass.MethodDoThis2()begin ... Same 20 Lines of code with slight modification ...end; Both produced code that ...
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Upcoming event: TMS Day in Fredericia, Denmark on May 18th

TMS Software Blog – We are excited to announce that Jens Fudge, Embarcadero MVP for Denmark, and TMS software are planning a TMS day in Denmark on May 18th. All day, sessions will be spent on TMS VCL components, TMS FNC components and TMS Cloud components and with also sufficient session time allocated to handle your ...
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TZipFile with Password Encryption (Part 2)

The Art of Delphi Programming – The first part of this article describes a simple but limited way to read password encrypted zip files with a derived TZipFile class. The limitations are it can only read but not create encrypted zip files the size of the zip files is limited by the available memory While this solution does the ...
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Monday, 27. March 2017

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TZipFile with Password Encryption

The Art of Delphi Programming – As some of you might already know, Delphi (at least since XE2) comes with a built-in TZipFile class for reading and writing zip files. It is a rather basic class with only limited functionality, but this might just be enough for quite a couple of day-to-day tasks. During a recent migration of a ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Uwe Raabe @ 13:05

Sunday, 26. March 2017

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Delphi 10.2 Tokyo: REDIS Client is ready for Linux (VIDEO)

Daniele Teti's programming blog – Now that Delphi can compile for Linux, I’d like to show how to use Delphi REDIS client on Linux. Redis is a very powerful key-value store server used by the biggest companies in the world. While it is very popular in web applications with thousands of concurrent users, also traditional desktop ...
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Google, Mobile, and You. Are You Good?

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – I put my Delphi development on hold a few months ago so I could work on creating a responsive website for my software. The hardest part for me was trying to find a layout I was happy with. I took a little inspiration from the Embarcadero Communty website. I settled on a Bootstrap 9 X 3 layout. And ...
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Saturday, 25. March 2017

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FireDAC MemTable Editing – New in 10.2 Tokyo

The PodCast at Delphi.org – One of my favorite new features (beyond Linux) is the ability to edit the data in a TFDMemTable at design time. You could already edit the field defs, to set it up. This makes the TFDMemTable, which was already super flexible and powerful, even more flexible. You can use it to capture some small ...
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Delphi 10.2 Tokyo Support for my IDE Plugins

The Art of Delphi Programming – I have uploaded some updates for my IDE plugins, mostly only to support Delphi 10.2 Tokyo. SelectiveDebugging only got Tokyo support while support for XE is dropped. PackageMagician got Tokyo support and some enhancements: Packages can be given with relative paths to the project The path of any ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Uwe Raabe @ 17:05
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A Busy Week Produces 10.2 Tokyo

Delphi-losophy – “Shipping is a feature” is one of my favorite sayings.  In fact, I’d argue that shipping is the most important feature, because without it, you don’t get any other features.  But shipping is a lot of work – as this past week proved.  On Wednesday, we shipped RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo, ...
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Friday, 24. March 2017

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Delphi Tokyo 10.2 Wallpaper

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I’ve had a few requests for my Delphi Tokyo 10.2 wallpaper that I made. I found out that while this is a picture of Mt. Fuji in the background, this photo is from the Kyoto side, not the Tokyo side. I got the photo from Pixabay, which is a great free clip art site. They have many more Tokyo, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 19:04
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DWScript multifarious tidbits

DelphiTools – Find beneath this paragraph a spring mishmash of recent happenings from the DWScript repository! Overview Dialog, Lambdas and Templates. Templates/Generics The long planned support for templates has begun! As it represents a significant workload (especially to ensure a good test coverage), it is ...
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Thursday, 23. March 2017

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Meet HOSOKAWA Jun, our Japan MVP

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I wanted to share a little about HOSOKAWA Jun, our Japanese MVP. He blogs at qiita.com/pik and you can follow him on Twitter @pik. When I was in Tokyo I got to meet HOSOKAWA Jun. We have a lot of great developers in Japan (and I met a lot of them at the event there), but many of them work at a ...
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ADUG Symposium 2017

Australian Delphi User Group Members – The Australian Delphi User Group are holding our annual conference, the ADUG Symposium in May 2017. This all day Delphi event is packed with technical content and a chance to catch up with other Delphi enthousiasts It will be held on 18th May in Brisbane and 19th May in Melbourne.… Continue ...
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