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Monday, 22. September 2014

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Introducing TestRail 4.0

blog.gurock.com – Over the last months our team has been hard at work redesigning TestRail’s user experience and adding many often requested features to the application. And today I’m excited to announce the release of TestRail 4.0, a new major version of our modern test management tool! The new version ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Dennis Gurock @ 18:44
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Busy live online schedule this week - you won't want to miss a moment of it!

Sip from the Firehose – We have a full schedule of online events for developers this week. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - September 23,24,25 we have 13 live online events taking place covering Developer Skill Sprints, Delphi/C++Builder/RAD Studio XE7 whats new, and developing for the Internet of Things with ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? david.intersimone@embarcadero.com @ 17:19
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Busy live online schedule this week - you won’t want to miss a moment of it!

Sip from the Firehose – We have a full schedule of online events for developers this week. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - September 23,24,25 we have 13 live online events taking place covering Developer Skill Sprints, Delphi/C++Builder/RAD Studio XE7 whats new, and developing for the Internet of Things with ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 17:18
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Q&A – Threading Evolved (Round 1)

OTAPI – Following up from my recent article on High Precision Threads in the LKSL, some questions have been asked in the Delphi developer community regarding certain descriptions in the article that I would like to explain for the benefit of others. “Why are you calling Lock and Unlock in the property ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Simon J Stuart @ 16:29

Sunday, 21. September 2014

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Event-Driven, Asynchronous Development with Delphi and the LKSL (Part 2) – Events and Listeners

OTAPI – Introduction In the first part of this series of articles, I explained a couple of problems presented by the way the majority of us develop software today, and how a properly-designed Event Engine can solve those problems. I also covered some of the basic design principals for making an effective, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Simon J Stuart @ 21:17
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Flotsam and Jetsam #85

Nick Hodges – I have been spending a lot of time with XE7 lately, mainly working on presentations for EKON18.  I’m speaking on a number of topics, and thus have been running XE7 through the paces pretty well.  Impressions so far: Having Castalia as a free add-on is fantastic.  I’m ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nick@nickhodges.com @ 19:50
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Delphi’s Law of Sevens – XE7 is actually worth the upgrade!

OTAPI – To be completely clear… Before I get to the meat and potatoes of this article, I just want to make something absolutely clear right out of the gate. This endorsement is in no way influenced by Embarcadero, or my status as a Technology Partner and MVP. Embarcadero are not paying me, or ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Simon J Stuart @ 04:27

Saturday, 20. September 2014

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Threading Evolved – High Precision Threads in the LKSL

OTAPI – LKSL This article uses the LaKraven Studios Standard Library [LKSL]. If you wish to follow along with the code snips provided herein, you should download the latest version from the GitHub repository, and run the LKSLInstaller.exe program to configure the RAD Studio IDE so that you can easily use ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Simon J Stuart @ 23:07
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Abstract syntax tree builder for Delphi

The Wiert Corner – So I won’t forget: Abstract syntax tree builder for Delphi. Abstract syntax tree builder for Delphi DelphiAST Announce roman.yankovsky.me Based on CastaliaDelphiParser. Published with MPL license. –jeroenFiled under: Delphi, Development, Software Development
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jeroen Pluimers @ 15:51

Friday, 19. September 2014

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Hello Moto 360 from Delphi XE7

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I really like my Moto 360 watch. It looks fabulous, and does great as an extension of my Android phone, but of course the most important question is how to make an app for it. Turns out it just works with RAD Studio X7, Delphi or C++. Thanks to the new FireUI Multi-Device designer I can actually ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 20:40
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Delphi XE7 Moto 360 Support w/FireUI

Michael Swindell – Jim Mckeeth demos Moto 360 support for Delphi XE7. Jim is using XE7’s new FireUI and the new Moto 360 circular FireUI view (available soon as a free XE7 download) to build and deploy a native Moto 360 app to the watch. Demos for C++ and Appmethod also soon. Developers without access to a Moto ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Michael Swindell @ 18:47
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Castalia IDE plug-in is part of the XE7 Bonus Pack

JT @ Embarcadero – Castalia is an amazing IDE productivity tool. If you haven’t checked it out, you should. And now you can as part or your RAD Studio or Delphi XE7 purchase by September 30th. Marco shares some excitement about it on his blog: ...
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Free Castalia for Delphi XE7

Marco's Tech Blog – Castalia is a great addition to the Delphi IDE and Embarcadero offers a free license of Castalia to all XE7 developers. That's a great offer. If you are already on XE7, you an download your copy of Castalia from cc.embarcadero.com/item/29995. If not, what are you waiting? Buy before the end of ...
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Thursday, 18. September 2014

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Event-Driven, Asynchronous Development with Delphi and the LKSL (Part 1) – an Introduction

OTAPI – Introduction This article serves as an introduction to Event-Driven, Asynchronous Development as a methodology. It is part one of a series on the subject, which will build on each part to demonstrate start-to-finish how to produce a fully Event-Driven, Asynchronous system using Delphi and the ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Simon J Stuart @ 23:59
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Users Like FireUI and Dynamic Arrays

The Delphi Geek – A snapshot from the XE7 presentation in Ljubljana. Highlights of the presentation were FireUI, System.Threading and dynamic arrays. ‘Twas a very nice crowd, asking LOTS of questions. It was also good to see some young(er) people and some Delphi [insert a prehistoric version here] users who finally ...
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