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Thursday, 30. October 2014

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Dark Patterns – User Interfaces Designed to Trick People

The Wiert Corner – Interesting: A Dark Pattern is a type of user interface that appears to have been carefully crafted to trick users into doing things, such as buying insurance with their purchase or signing up for recurring bills. We developers have a big responsibility. Martin Fowler and Erik Dörnenburg (both ...
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Wednesday, 29. October 2014

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The real power of generics

Delphi sorcery – I just watched the "Effectively Using Generics in Object Pascal" Code Rage 9 session by Ray Konopka, where he showed a great introduction to generics which is mostly about putting things into lists, dictionaries or other data structures. So basically container types what generics are great ...
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RAD Studio Quality Portal

Marco's Tech Blog – There is a new public bug reporting portal for Delphi and C++Builder that we encourage you to use instead of the old Quality Central, also known as QC. Quality Portal The new Quality portal is open for bug reports from the RAD Studio developers community, and it is the preferred way ...
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DAPUG 2014 Workshop

The Delphi Geek – Presentations and code samples from DAPUG 2014 workshop are now available online. Big thanks to organizers (and especially Jens) – we had great time in Denmark! Hope to see you again some time! --- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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Book! Book! Book!

Glooscap Software – "You cannot open a book without learning something." -- Confucius I have always had a thing for technical books, both printed and, now, electronic editions. EBooks are convenient and searchable, but there's just something about having a physical book that's hard to beat. As it turns out, I'm in ...
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Voice Enable Your Android Apps

The PodCast at Delphi.org – During CodeRage 9 I revisited adding voice support to Android apps. There are some updates from my previous skill sprint coverage on the topic and my original post on launching Google Glass apps via Voice. You can download the Samples and Components on GitHub. It covers voice recognition, text to ...
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Tuesday, 28. October 2014

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Fire UI and the Multi-Device Designer

The PodCast at Delphi.org – During CodeRage 8 I had a session on Fire UI and the Multi-Device Designer. You can also check out my previous post on creating a custom FireUI view for the Moto 360. Fire UI is made up of three parts: Behavior Services – Runtime & design time platform design information Multi-Device ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 17:18
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Introduction to GIT

Rob's Technology Corner – This week at CodeRage 9 I will be presenting.  "Introduction to Distributed Version Control"My session covers the basics of how a Distributed Version Control System works.   I focus is on GIT but it applies to Mercurial - Hg.Here is a link to the slides I used for the first 10 ...
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My "C++ 3D FireMonkey Programming" CodeRage 9 session

Pawel Glowacki – The CodeRage 9 virtual conference has started and I’m now online at the C++ track watching parallel programming session by David I. This is all about the new Parallel Programming Library introduced in C++Builder XE7, Delphi XE7, RAD Studio XE7 and Appmethod 2014 September release. My C++ "3D ...
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CodeRage Delphi Schedule - Day 1 October 28, 2014

Delphi Insider – Here's the Delphi/Object Pascal schedule for the first day of the CodeRage online technical conference. Hope to see you there, online.Not registered yet?Click here to register for CodeRage and get access to all of these sessions and more!TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2014Technical Session #15:00am - 5:45am ...
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Monday, 27. October 2014

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InterBase CodeRage 28th-30th November

Stephen Ball – Register NOW and join me live at #CodeRage! CodeRage is a fantastic Object Pascal programming and C++ Programming event – highly recommended for any developer, and best of all – REGISTRATION IS FREE!! Missed it or got a meeting? – Don’t worry, register and you can still get ...
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Saturday, 25. October 2014

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High Performance Hash Library

The Programming Works – TForge 0.66 released. What’s new: 1. More hash algorithms added: SHA224 SHA384 SHA512 2. MD5 and SHA1 compression routines were rewritten in BASM for CPUX86-WIN32 and CPUX64-WIN64 platforms and times faster now compared to pure pascal code (about 4 times for 32-bit compiler (Delphi XE) and ...

Friday, 24. October 2014

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Internet of Things (IoT) sessions at CodeRage 9 - October 28-30, 2014

Sip from the Firehose – The theme of this year's CodeRage 9 free, online virtual conference is "You are the Developers of Things, Everything!" CodeRage has more than 80 technical sessions covering programming, app development, multi-device app design, database programming, distributed computer, devices, gadgets, wearables ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? david.intersimone@embarcadero.com @ 16:39
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TMS XData Service Operations

TMS Software Blog – The latest TMS XData 1.1 version introduces a major feature: Service Operations. In addition to having your objects published as REST resources automatically, you can now add server-side logic in a very easy and straightforward way. Service operations are defined as interfaces. Any interface can ...

Thursday, 23. October 2014

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Threading Evolved… again – High Precision Thread as a Component

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 the ...
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