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Wednesday, 9. July 2014

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Delphi Blogs of the Week #15

Marco's Tech Blog – A little busy and it took a little to move the server hosting this blog, but here am I again with another round of links. RAD Studio and Appmethod Development  Calculated fields with no code by Malcolm at www.malcolmgroves.com/blog/?p=1572 SecureAuth available for ...
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Tuesday, 8. July 2014

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Custom Classes.dex

The PodCast at Delphi.org – By creating a custom Classes.dex you can get access to 3rd party Java JAR APIs from your application. For my Integrate More Android with a JNI Call to your Android App Developer Skill Sprint I created a demo app that demonstrates creating a custom Classes.dex. Join me for the LIVE Developer Skill ...
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DIC now supports VCL Styles

The Road to Delphi – I just released a major update to the Delphi IDE Colorizer adding VCL Styles support. So now you can style the non client area of the floating forms of the IDE and also use the elements of the VCL Styles on the RAD Studio IDE. The next image shows how the VCL Styles are enabled on the wizard and ...
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DIC now supports VCL Styles

The Road to Delphi – I just released a major update to the Delphi IDE Colorizer. So now you can style the non client area of the floating forms of the IDE and also use the elements of the VCL Styles on the RAD Studio IDE. The next image shows how the VCL Styles are enabled on the wizard and which elements can you ...
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Monday, 7. July 2014

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Lesson 1 Slides and PDF for Developer Direct 2014 Mobile School.

Sip from the Firehose – You can download the PPTX and PDF slides for Lesson 1 (Monday, July 7, 2014) Developer Direct 2014 Mobile School at http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/29899 Download size is 6.6mb. This will allow you to follow along during the course lessons for both C++ and Object Pascal. Registration and course ...
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"Test-Only Development" with the Z3 Theorem Prover

Craig Stuntz's Weblog – In this post I’ll introduce a style of programming which may be totally unfamiliar and perhaps a bit magical to many readers. What if you could write a unit test for a problem and have your compiler automatically return a correct implementation? Call it "test only" instead of "test first." ...
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What Happens When You Squeeze a Graph Model Into a Relational Database

David Glassborow – Microsoft CRM Dynamics is becoming a popular solution of CRM, case management, etc. It has reasonably complex data model, with support for Activities (e.g. Email, Phone calls) which are things the users need to do (email somebody, go to an appointment, etc.). These activities can be related to ...

Sunday, 6. July 2014

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Delphi REST client to retrieve flickr statistics

Random thoughts on coding – It's been a while since I last posted an article here, and today I'm coming with an exciting application I have been working on lately called "flickr photo stats". I'm a keen photographer and I like posting all my pictures in Flickr as it's a great platform for sharing and publishing your work. You ...
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Just had to share - XE4 includes Beyond Compare

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – Wow, I just discovered that Delphi XE4 comes with Beyond Compare.I right-clicked on the project-name from within Project Manager with the intent of choosing the Show in Explorer option when I noticed the Compare option at the bottom. I was pleasantly surprised to see Launch Beyond Compare.There are ...
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Pascal Programming For Schools (pp4s.co.uk)

Pascal Game Development – The Pascal Programming for Schools project has been mentioned previously here on PGD, but given the renewed interest in getting school children programming it's time for another mention. The site is run by brothers Doug and Norman Morrison and contains a wealth of information for beginners. The ...

Friday, 4. July 2014

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Choose the Right Folder for Your Application Data

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – I'm in the process of updating an older program that will now use a local database. I followed my typical "old school" habits and quietly went about my way thinking "I'll just plop the database in a folder called Data that resides in the same location as the exe file. No big deal."I figured, I'll ...
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Don't Change the Name of Your CRM Server

David Glassborow – Or rather if you do, be careful what you change the config in the MSRCRM_CONFIG table to. One of our clients recently had an outage where nobody could login to CRM dynamics 2011 for most of the day. All users got the following useful message: Luckily the Windows Event Log recorded: 1 2 3 4 5 ...

Thursday, 3. July 2014

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Source code from my Skill Sprint session on Objective-C

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – The nice folks at Embarcadero asked me to do a guest lecture for their series of “Developer Skill Sprints.” During this afternoon’s live session, someone asked for the source code for the example. Here it is: ObjectiveCSkillSprint.zip If you haven’t seen the Skill Sprint ...
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Interesting comment by Joseph G. Mitzen delphi on my “Delphi – for … in on enumerated data types” post

The Wiert Corner – Joseph G. Mitzen posted a very interesting (and elaborate <g>) comment on a post from me in 2009: Delphi – for … in on enumerated data types « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of stuff. The crux of his post is about consistency of your tools. And clearly, the Delphi team has some work to do ...
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ShowModal on Android

Malcolm Groves – FireMonkey does a lot of work to allow you to write one set of code that compiles and runs on different platforms. Not only that, it also does a lot of work to make many of the coding patterns that some of you are used to from the VCL on Windows, work unchanged on other […]
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