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Monday, 23. June 2014

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RAD Studio 2014 Develoeprs Survey

Marco's Tech Blog – A new survey of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder customers is available. Your input is appreciated and will help shape the future versions of the product. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2014RADStudioSurvey This is the "2014 RAD Studio. Delphi, and C++Builder ...
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Delphi Blogs of the Week #14

Marco's Tech Blog – Maybe this is the blogs of the month, but anyway, here is another edition of this collection of relevant blog posts. The most relevant news was the release of Update 2 for XE6 end of Appmethod. Technical Blog Posts Implementing generic interfaces in Delphi, ...
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Friday, 20. June 2014

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“Why don’t I get a cheaper upgrade than people on older versions?”

Malcolm Groves – I was in Perth on Tuesday night, showing RAD Studio XE6 to a bunch of developers. Afterwards, one of them came up to me and said (edited for profanity): “I’m on XE5 and I don’t think it’s fair that I pay the same to upgrade to XE6 as someone on XE4 or XE3. I’ve given ...
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DITE and DIC now supports Appmethod 1.14

The Road to Delphi – I just updated the Delphi IDE Theme Editor and the Delphi IDE Colorizer to support Appmethod 1.14 Check out the next screenshots
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DITE and DIC now supports Appmethod 1.14

The Road to Delphi – I just updated the Delphi IDE Theme Editor and the Delphi IDE Colorizer to support Appmethod 1.14 Check out the next screenshots
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Thursday, 19. June 2014

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Meet Me in Philly at the CodeCamp

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I’m joining Nick Hodges in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania for the Philly.NET Code Camp 2014 Refactored. I’ll be showing off the latest version of Appmethod, including the Free Forever C++ for Android version. Astute readers may have noticed that my sessions are not on .NET, and the ...
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Free Appmethod SKU - Download available

Glooscap Software – After teasing a free version of Appmethod at AnDevCon last week, Embarcadero released a new version of Appmethod today, which includes the "Free Forever" SKU.  The download link and FAQ are available on the pricing page. While the previous version was based on XE5, the new one is based on Rad ...
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Ode to Code

Let's Get Technical – Ode to Code:Reflections on Software Development in Iambic Heptameterby Cary JensenWhile true, it's said, there's work to do, and now it's time to startThis is my task, so plain and clear, it's science, love, and artMy slate starts clean, a screen pure white, no logic bears my willUpon this page, ...
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Announcing the Elements “June 2014″ Update

RemObjects Blogs – We are pleased to announce the new “June 2014” update to Oxygene and RemObjects C#. “June 2014” is a small interim update for our Elements compiler that focuses mainly on improvements and bug fixes, but nonetheless brings — alongside over one hundred fixes — a handful of very significant new ...
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RAD Studio XE6 Update 1 Available

Marco's Tech Blog – Update 1 of XE6 versions of RAD Studio, C++Builder and Delphi are available today as free registered users downloads on Embarcadero web site. Installing Udpate 1 Specifically, the Delphi web install is at downloads.embarcadero.com/item/29895, the RAD Studio install is at ...
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Enumerating Controls the Easy Way

The Delphi Geek – Yesterday I had to write a mapping from a set of radio buttons to an integer (and back). I couldn’t use TRadioGroup and so I had to iterate over controls to find out which one is checked. To do that, I used an enumeration helper which I wrote long time ago.function TfrmColorRemappingDlg.GetMapping: ...
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Most Recent Delphi Articles on EDN

Delphi Insider – I usually do most of my posts on the EDN web site rather than on this blog so I thought I'd share my 10 most recent Delphi EDN posts. Lots of videos, some good info on using InterBase in your apps, and other information to check out on webinars and special offers. Hope you enjoy them.18 JunDelphi ...
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Wednesday, 18. June 2014

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Movie #100 - Structural Highlighting

LearnDelphi.TV – In this video we take a look at using structural highlighting, and how it can help make your code easier to understand.  This is one of the many cool features of the free Delphi IDE plugin CnWizards from CnPack.org.  I hope to cover some of it's other features in future videos.  This video is under ...
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Celebrating 29 years playing with developer tools here in Scotts Valley

Sip from the Firehose – Today (June 17, 2014) marks 29 years working here in Scotts Valley with our developer tools. Philippe Kahn hired me and I started working for Borland International on this day in 1985. I continue to have tons of fun learning about programming, software architectures, tool chains, frameworks, ...
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Tuesday, 17. June 2014

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Why unit tests are not always good

The Programming Works – Unit tests are good to detect most bugs in your code but not all bugs. When you are writing standard unit tests for a class you are doing the following Create a fresh class instance (ex using Setup method in DUnit framework); Run a code under test (usually a single call of a single method) on the ...
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