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Tuesday, 14. May 2019

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Why We Chose to Use TMS Components in AlignMix

TMS Software Blog – Choosing which components to use in your application is an important decision that warrants careful consideration. Wrong decisions can be costly. We’ve been using Delphi to develop applications since Delphi 1.0 back in 1995; and before that Turbo Pascal. All our applications help ...
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Discover Long Feedback Loops

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Joanna Rothman One of the best things about an agile approach is fast feedback. Agile approaches encourage fast feedback between developers and testers, fast feedback between the product owner and the team, and fast feedback with the customer when the team can deploy fast. ...
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Melbourne Meeting – May 2019

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 20th May at 6 for 6:15pm start. At our next meeting: We will start with some time for a “Public Soap Box” where attendees can ask questions, share discoveries or talk about code. Roger Plant will give a presentation on the BergSoft Next Suite, which he won at the recent ...
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Friday, 10. May 2019

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Video: Importing Cocoa Frameworks

RemObjects Blogs – One of the strengths of the Elements compiler has always been that it allows full and unfettered access to platform APIs and all the third party libraries out there for the platform you are targeting – including those created not by Elements but the platform-vendor's own tool chain.That way, you can ...
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How to get Login Dialogs Appearing on the TaskBar

TPersistent.com – Most of the applications I have worked on in Delphi are database apps that may present a splash form quickly followed by a login dialog.  If the user fails to authenticate, the application needs to terminate gracefully.  The only way to do so cleanly is to modify the DPR code with some conditional ...
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Thursday, 9. May 2019

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Three Things to Learn

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Jim Holmes Continuous learning is a critical concept for your career and personal life. I’ve slacked off a bit of late, and I decided to focus on three specific things I want to get better at over the next six or so months. I have some modest exposure to all three, but I ...
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Wednesday, 8. May 2019

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Behind the Scenes: Cross-Module Inlining in Island

RemObjects Blogs – As most people know, our Island compiler backend is based on LLVM and uses that to optimize and inline code. However, one problem with that is that LLVM works on the "module" level, per object file, not for the final executable or between different libraries. Elements creates one object ...
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Tuesday, 7. May 2019

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Using Test Coverage to Inform Exploratory Testing

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Jim Holmes Exploratory testing is at its best, in my opinion, when it’s guided by an understanding of current risks in the system you’re testing. I’m quite a fan of Lean principles and the notion of waste strikes a powerful chord with me. As such, ...
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More Delphi debug visualizers

The Wiert Corner – I hope that by now they are available for more Delphi versions: [WayBack] A new test release of my dzDebugVisualizers for Delphi 2005, 2006 and 2007 is available. Apart from fixing an Access Violation when unloading the package… – Thomas Mueller (dummzeuch) – Google+ added ...
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Monday, 6. May 2019

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The Story of an intern at TMSSoftware

TMS Software Blog – Hello, this is the intern speaking (or writing) about his experience at TMSSoftware. I’m a second year graduate student in programming-informatics who has been given the opportunity to do my internship here at TMSSoftware. Getting started My first week starting here was interesting as I had ...
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Video: Developing a web application with Google Charts (2/3)

TMS Software Blog – After having created the service to retrieve the statistical information from the database and prepare it for our web application, we can develop the web application. We will, of course, use TMS Web Core to develop the web application quickly and efficently. As we use a web service that is created ...
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Video: Adding user-interaction with drill-down/detail content from a database to a Google Chart web application (3/3)

TMS Software Blog – The video series has taught us how to build a custom web service to deliver data to the web application showing a Google Chart. Displaying information is wonderful, but the chart shows only aggregated values. Any user of the application will have the desire to drill down into the data and not just ...

Friday, 3. May 2019

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Using Mind Maps for Agile Test Planning

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Nishi Grover Garg Mind maps are a creative way of gathering ideas around a central theme and categorizing them in concrete branches. Mind maps can be useful for both personal and professional life as an organization and visualization technique. They’re descriptive, easy ...
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Thursday, 2. May 2019

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Registering/unregseting Windows file associations with Delphi

The Wiert Corner – As I need this one day: [WayBack] Just in case I need this again… >Free library DSiWin32 … now implements this as DSiRegisterUserFileAssoc and DSiUnregisterUserFileAssoc <… – Thomas Mueller (dummzeuch) – Google+ Note file has moved from WayBack: ...
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GExperts: searching for case-insensitive “T*List.Create” but not “TStringList.Create”

The Wiert Corner – Just learned that partial exclusion can be done with the case-insensitive GExperts Grep Search like this: T[^s][^t][^r][^i][^n][^g].*List.*\.Create This will skip TStringList.Create, but matches TMyList.Create. I’d rather have done something like this, but the Delphi RegEx does not support ...
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