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Wednesday, 4. June 2014

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Implementing generic interfaces in Delphi

The Programming Works – Delphi supports generic interfaces; for example we can declare a generic interface type IChecker<T> = interface function Check(const Instance: T): Boolean; end; and use this generic interface as follows: unit UseDemo; interface uses GenChecks; type TDemo<T> = class ...
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Implementing generic interfaces in Delphi

The Programming Works – Delphi supports generic interfaces; for example we can declare a generic interface type IChecker<T> = interface function Check(const Instance: T): Boolean; end; and use this generic interface as follows: unit UseDemo; interface uses GenChecks; type TDemo<T> = class ...
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Xcode 6, iOS 8, Yosemite, Swift, and You

RemObjects Blogs – As you’ve probably heard by now, Apple release a whole lot of goodness for developers on Monday. As an Oxygene or RemObjects C# (or even a Data Abstract for Cocoa) developer, you’re probably asking yourself how these changes affect you. Obviously, there’s a lot of things we cannot talk about ...
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C++Builder XE6 multi-tier database app with FireDAC JSON Reflection

Pawel Glowacki – Welcome to The C++Mobile Day webinar! Right now I’m listening to David I explaining basics of building native mobile apps for Android and iOS from the same C++ codebase with C++Builder XE6. In less than three hours there will be my, prerecorded session "Create C++ Secure Mobile Applications ...
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EMBT gets a Swift Kick in the Assetts

TPersistent.com – In case you haven’t heard yet, Apple has created a new language meant to be more friendly than Objective C.  They call it Swift, and it is aptly named judging from the benchmarks which show it to be significantly faster than Objective C even though it uses the same run-time and is compiled ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Larry Hengen @ 15:23

Tuesday, 3. June 2014

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Developer Skill Sprints - Remote control a Windows app from a mobile device

Sip from the Firehose – Today’s (June 3, 2014) Developer Skill Sprint by Jim McKeeth shows you how to use App Tethering to control a Windows app from a mobile device. From the DocWiki: The RTL provides new App Tethering components to give your applications the ability to interact with other applications running ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 23:23
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Delphi multithreading and DLL exports: watch your exceptions (via: Stack Overflow)

The Wiert Corner – Talking about Dnny Thorpe: he also posted a nice hint on threading methods for ancient Delphi versions that equally applies to DLL exports in any Delphi version, even any programming environment. Recently, I had to do some surgery in such a Pre-Delphi 6 application, and I was really happy to ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jeroen Pluimers @ 07:00

Monday, 2. June 2014

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Castalia 2014.6 is now available

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – I’ve just released Castalia 2014.6, the latest version of my advanced code editor for Delphi programmers. In the last few weeks, I’ve done a major rewrite of my integration/functional testing system, and written literally hundreds of new tests. This makes Castalia 2014.6 the most ...
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Delphi Developer Days 2014 in Europe

Marco's Tech Blog – Cary Jensen and Bob Swart are coming along with another two stops of their popular 2-days Delphi class in Amsterdam (June 12th) and London (june 18th), after the stop in Frankfurt and the two in the US. This is the event I was involved with Cary before joining Embarcadero, and he and Bob have ...
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Finding memory leaks in Delphi for iOS

TMS Software Blog – Introduction Delphi has a very high degree of compatibility between desktop and mobile code: with some little differences, code written for Win32 will run fine in iOS and Android. Many of those differences are in strings, like not having UTF8 strings (which I hope they'll finally see the light and ...

Sunday, 1. June 2014

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Weblog back online...

Dr.Bob's Delphi Notes – When I came home from the Delphi Developer Days 2014 event in Frankfurt, my good-old web server running Windows Server 2003 was making a lot of noise, and started to shut itself off (without the "help" of Windows updates).
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Saturday, 31. May 2014

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Delphi Developer Days come to Amsterdam, June 12-13, 2014

Pawel Glowacki – I can’t wait to Delphi Developer Days coming to Amsterdam in a very near future and specifically June 12 and 13. There are still some places left, so hurry up registering at Delphi Developer Days 2014! If you are interested in Delphi and you are based in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 20:43

Friday, 30. May 2014

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Reaching A Human Being

TURBU Tech – As you may know, those of you out there who are active on StackOverflow and other StackExchange sites, they’ve got a site called Area51 that lets people propose new sites for the StackExchange network.  Proposals that get enough support get launched as beta sites, and successful betas ...
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On Tour with Delphi and C++Builder XE6

Pawel Glowacki – Travelling… It is like with everything in our lives. When it is too much, you start not to like it. When it is too rare, you start to miss it. Human nature. I just like coding in Delphi and C++Builder, and just cannot help it. I like showing off the latest new features. And some existing ones ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 22:21

Thursday, 29. May 2014

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Developer Skill Sprints - Use C++ packages in your 64-bit Windows applications

Sip from the Firehose – Today’s (May 29, 2014) Developer Skill Sprint by John Thomas (JT) covers how to use C++ packages in your 64-bit Windows applications. From the DocWiki: C++Builder XE6 now supports the production of packages for 64-bit Windows. Previously, C++Builder supported production of packages only for ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 23:10
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