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Thursday, 25. August 2016

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Why sometimes you *want* to to have your DFM files stored as binary

The Wiert Corner – Delphi Component/Tool vendors have to support a truckload of Delphi and C++ Builder versions which can be a pain: they have to work around problems in Delphi and C++ Builder versions that have long been abandoned by Borland/CodeGear/Embarcadero/Idera/… This means that sometimes the Delphi ...
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Get a Copy of Marco’s Object Pascal Handbook with Delphi Starter

The PodCast at Delphi.org – As part of the Delphi Boot Camp and Delphi Starter Promotion, you can also get a copy of Marco Cantu’s updated Object Pascal Handbook, all at no cost. If you want a physical copy of Marco’s book, you can pick one up on his website, or just check out the table of contents . . . Part I ...
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Wednesday, 24. August 2016

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Update to List-Delphi-Installed-Packages.ps1 shows HKCU/HKLM keys and doesn’t truncated fields any more

The Wiert Corner – I’ve posted an update to List-Delphi-Installed-Packages.ps1 that: added HKCU/HKLM registry key values for each BDS version doesn’t truncate fields any more when your console has limited width is now in UTF-8 format so the BitBucket web-interface can show it For the first two: Phry for ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 19:00
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Blaise Pascal Issue 53 with Atanas Popov Interview

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Tried something new where I went over the current issue of Blaise Pascal with Detlef Overbeek. The video is available on YouTube. INTERVIEW WITH ATANAS POPOV Atanas agreed after being asked immediately to be interviewed. That was about two months ago. About two weeks ago there was quite a lot of ...
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Tuesday, 23. August 2016

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LiveBindings for VCL Developers – Webinar!

Stephen Ball – LiveBindings for VCL Developers [Webinar] Visual LiveBindings is a technology that allows you to bind your data and objects (model) to the UI making. While LiveBindings is a key part of FireMonkey development, it is often overlooked by VCL developers. A while ago I started a series of blogs on ...
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Delphi Boot Camp

Stephen Ball – Delphi Boot Camp, 100% discount on Starter Edition and Marco’s Book! Delphi Boot Camp – 5th to 9th September 2016 Following on from the recent success of the C++ Builder Boot Camp, attended by programmers from 128 countries, its Delphi Boot Camp time!! Delphi Boot Camp Join Embarcadero ...
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Free Delphi Starter Edition

Delphi and stuff – Interesting offer by Embarcadero: Delphi Starter Edition Special Offer
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Ondrej Kelle @ 11:56

Monday, 22. August 2016

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An Elements Update, aka 8.3.95

RemObjects Blogs – Hi everyone. Last week, we shipped Elements 8.3.95, the second and final interim update for 8.3. This version has been a great release from the get-go, and .95 adds an incredible amount of polish, minor improvements and bug fixes. It also includes a whole bunch of changes and new features for Fire, ...
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Perth Meeting Tue 23rd August 2016

Australian Delphi User Group Members – The Perth Delphi user group are meeting this Tuesday Where – Artifactory  8/16 Guthrie St, Osborne Park WA 6017 When – This Tuesday 23rd August 6pm start.  First presentation 6:15 Snackage – $10 all you can eat pizza or $1.50 a slice.  … Continue reading ›
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Friday, 19. August 2016

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Using RemObjects Hydra to consume a .NET WCF service from Delphi

Delphi and stuff – Using RemObjects Hydra is probably the easiest way to consume a WCF service from Delphi in case you need to support .NET-specific bindings which might require a lot of work to implement on your side but are already available for .NET. This series of videos shows how you can write a managed Hydra ...
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Sydney Meeting – August 2016

Australian Delphi User Group Members – The next Sydney ADUG meeting will be on Wednesday 24th August 2016 at 6 for 6:15pm start Important changes Courtesy of The Continuity Group we’re meeting in the boardroom of the Regus Serviced Office Centre in Ultimo. It’s a short walk from Central Station or there is on-street parking ...
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EurekaLog 7.5 is out

EurekaLog Blog – We are pleased to announce the availability of the new 7.5 version. EurekaLog is a tool for Delphi and C++Builder that gives your application the power to catch every exception and memory/resource leak, generating a detailed log of the call stack (with unit, procedure and line number), ...
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Thursday, 18. August 2016

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If you need to know underlying information on Delphi versions

The Wiert Corner – Since I’m not that fast at updating List-Delphi-Installed-Packages.ps1 [WayBack] (which I should rename into something containing the word Version in it), here are some useful links to stay up-to-date: delphi-dev-shell-tools/uDelphiVersions.pas at master · RRUZ/delphi-dev-shell-tools ...
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Quick Tip: Is a Drive Hidden From Windows Explorer (Using NoDrives Registry Entry)

Zarko Gajic – The “NoDrives” Registry entry allows to hide a drive (/drives) you do not want to get displayed by Windows Explorer and/or from the standard Open Dialog box. Here’s how to programmatically check if a drive is hidden using Delphi. Say you have a mapped network drive that points to your encrypted ...
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The Trouble with Lists of Programmers

The PodCast at Delphi.org – There are two hard things about computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors. That little witticism is true of computer science, and my Top 11 list of Programmers post. If you Google that quote you may see where Martin Fowler attributed it originally to Phil Karlton of ...
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