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Saturday, 18. January 2014

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Loading the app’s icon into a TImage on Android

Delphi Haven – Working with Delphi for Android, I wanted to load my app’s icon into a TImage. Here’s the code I came up with: uses AndroidApi.JniBridge, AndroidApi.Jni.App, AndroidApi.Jni.GraphicsContentViewText, FMX.Helpers.Android, FMX.Surfaces; function GetAppIcon(Dest: TBitmap): Boolean; var ...
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Delphi Blogs of the Week #1

Marco's Tech Blog – Notable Delphi blog posts of the last week, trying to turn this into a regular series, given I was doing this anyway, but on a less regular base. You can consider this as a Delphi blog post guide from the Delphi Product Manager. Or just a list of things you might have missed and worth checking. ...
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Friday, 17. January 2014

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Maximized Side-by-Side Code Editing

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Sometimes we forget some of the basics. Had a customer ask if you can maximize the code editor Window in RAD Studio and edit two files side-by-side. I’d heard someone talk about this a while ago, but I couldn’t remember the details. There is an option in Tools / Options / Editor Options ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 21:12
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Using the REST Debugger will help you prototype your Delphi and C++ REST apps

Sip from the Firehose – As part of the new addition of the REST Client Library components in Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE5, we also include a REST Debugger so that you can explore REST Services and use it to help prototype the property settings for your app’s REST Client components. We also provide the source ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 20:33
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VCL Styles Utils and Popup Menus – Major Update

The Road to Delphi – As you probably know the VCL Styles doesn’t support  Popup menus, this means if you apply any VCL Style  to your VCL Application  the popup menus will remain with the Windows native look and feel  (exists some workarounds for this like use a TPopupActionBar  as described here, but this only ...
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VCL Styles Utils and Popup Menus – Major Update

The Road to Delphi – As you probably know the VCL Styles doesn’t support  Popup menus, this means if you apply any VCL Style  to your VCL Application  the popup menus will remain with the Windows native look and feel  (exists some workarounds for this like use a TPopupActionBar  as described here, but this only ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Rodrigo @ 02:48
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Buffering Sensor Data

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Working with sensors on devices can often lead to large amounts of data coming to you really fast. For example the TMotionSensor’s OnDataChange event fires 100 times a second on my Nexus 5. When I was building my level app for Google Glass the level bar was bouncing all over the place because ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 00:33

Thursday, 16. January 2014

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Some cool FireMonkey multi-device components…

Sip from the Firehose – There are many available Delphi and C++Builder components that will let you build cool desktop and mobile applications, fast. Here are just a few of the many component sets for FireMonkey. TMS Software - Components for FireMonkey including TMS Cloud Pack for FireMonkey, TMS Component Studio for ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 22:43
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Announcing Castalia 2014.1, with Function Prototype Synchronization

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – I’m excited to announce the first release of Castalia for 2014. The best part is an exciting new feature: Function Prototype Synchronization. Here’s the deal: Most functions (or procedures) that you write in Delphi have their prototype in two places: One in the interface section of the ...
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Beds and burgers

TURBU Tech – What do a bed and a burger have in common?  Not much, at first glance.  You eat a burger and sleep in a bed, and certainly not the other way around.  (You might eat a burger while in bed, if you’re a slob, though.)  But they seem like two completely different products, because they are. So, ...
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New Year resolution for you: get a new job as a Delphi developer!

Delphi Bistro – If  you want to come work for the coolest company that writes software using your favorite language, then now is the time to send me  your resume! Email it to afletcher at wideorbit dot com. If you have a lot of Delphi experience, as well as SQL experience, send me your resume (afletcher at ...
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Wednesday, 15. January 2014

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An Interface You Can Count On

TPersistent.com – Using refcounted interfaces can be difficult, especially when introducing them into legacy code.  Unfortunately, interfacing is key to breaking dependencies and making code more testable. There are only two approaches I have seen to debugging refcount issues: 1) Create a descendant of ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Larry Hengen @ 18:37
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Happy New Delphi Jobs Year!!!

The Delphi Hacker's Corner – Now is the time to send me that resume of yours! Email it to aohlsson at wideorbit dot comYou know you want to come work for a cool company that writes software using your favorite language!Oh, BTW, our software manages TENS OF BILLIONS of advertising dollars for radio, TV and networks.So, if you ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 17:44
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The Internet of Things and M2M - massive opportunities for developers

Sip from the Firehose – During January we are blogging, writing, demoing and webinaring about Devices and Gadgets and the need for developers to help make it all work. On Wednesday, January 22 during 3 webinars, Jim McKeeth, David I and guests will be presenting "Programming Devices and Gadgets with RAD Studio" at 6am, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 16:05
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Webinar on Programming Devices and Gadgets in Delphi

Marco's Tech Blog – Next week, Jim McKeeth and David I will host a very interesting webinar on building apps for mobile devices and gadgets, covering many different platforms made available to Delphi users by the new mobile compilers. The webinar is expected to cover Google Glasses, Leap Motion input, controlling ...
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