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Monday, 3. February 2014

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Ready to cast: Chromecast now open to developers with the Google Cast SDK #interesting #fun (via: Chromium Blog)

The Wiert Corner – With a more decent internet connection during our trip, it is time to catch up on some recent news. The first that caught my eye was that the Chromecast API now is open to all developers. Developer information is available through Casting Your Content to the Big Screen – Google Cast — Google ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jeroen Pluimers @ 19:50
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True multi-touch support for Delphi XE5

From Zero To One – Recently I had a project where I had to somehow get the touch points for Android and IOS. I needed coordinates of all touch points at any time, with the correct event and movements. After a short research it turned out that Delphi XE5 has no such support. The internals of FMX framework does support ...
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Delphi Blogs of the (Last) Week #3

Marco's Tech Blog – Got a little late this week with my weekly blog post summarizing blogs and news in the Delphi community (and given it is not great to blog on weekends... I'm here on Monday). Here it goes. And there is quite a lot. Delphi Mobile and FireMonkey Answering a request form a ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 16:05
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There is already a standard code style

The curse of Dennis D. Spreen – As François Piette (a very honourable Embarcadero MVP) recently wrote, coding style matters. He states “… this is mostly a matter of personal preferences as long as the style is constant…” but I totally disagree in this very important topic: there shouldn’t be any ...
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Movie #98 - Exit

LearnDelphi.TV – In this video we take a look at a couple of features of the Delphi exit statement.  These are the fact that you can specify a parameter to the exit statement, and that finally blocks are always obeyed even when you call exit.  It's two minutes long.
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Movie #96 - Exit

LearnDelphi.TV – In this video we take a look at a couple of features of the Delphi exit statement.  These are the fact that you can specify a parameter to the exit statement, and that finally blocks are always obeyed even when you call exit.  It's two minutes long.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? alister@learndelphi.tv @ 07:09
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Planning a vacation? Do it mobile REST Client Style using C++Builder and Delphi

Sip from the Firehose – I am planning a vacation during my wife’s winter break. To remind me of the number of days until I leave and to be able to see what’s happening with the weather, I’ve built an iOS mobile application using C++Builder and Delphi (I finished the code for both versions and posted this ...
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Sunday, 2. February 2014

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Connecting Delphi to my Brain with the Emotiv EPOC

The PodCast at Delphi.org – The Emotiv EPOC might seem more Sci-Fi than practical technology. It is designed to pick up on brain waves through its 14 brain wave sensors (plus 2 reference receivers) and convert them into a usable signal for your computer. For head tracking it also includes a head mounted gyroscope. The sensor ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 21:43
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CCR Exif v1.5.3 + Android app based on it in Google Play

Delphi Haven – Recently I have committed some updates to CCR Exif (my open source image metadata parsing library) that get it working with Delphi XE5, and in particular, Delphi for Android. In the main, that wasn’t hard to do – in one place I’d (mis)used the Objects property of a TStrings ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Chris Rolliston @ 08:08
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Connecting to the Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 from Delphi XE5

The PodCast at Delphi.org – My first thought when I see cool technology is to figure out how to connect to it with Delphi. So the day I got the Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 quadricopter I started working on Delphi interface. By the time evening rolled around the batteries were dead (after a couple recharges), but I had a basic ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 07:36
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Automated Builds vs Continuous Integration

VSoft Technologies – Roy Osherove posted an interesting video on youtube recently, talking about the difference between Automated Builds and Continuous Integration. This is a subject that comes up often in emails from existing and potential customers. Why do I need FinalBuilder if I have Continua CI, or, why haven't we ...
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Automated Builds vs Continuous Integration

VSoft Technologies – Roy Osherove posted an interesting video on youtube recently, talking about the difference between Automated Builds and Continuous Integration. This is a subject that comes up often in emails from existing and potential customers. Why do I need FinalBuilder if I have Continua CI, or, why haven't we ...

Saturday, 1. February 2014

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1 billion smartphones in 2013 - massive opportunities for Delphi and C++Builder developers

Sip from the Firehose – Several analyst firms predicted that by 2013 more than 1 billion smartphones would be shipped. ABI Research said the number would be 1.4 billion smartphones would be active around the world. The 1 billion smartphones shipped number happened, according to the latest IDC smartphone research business ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 17:51
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Definitions of semantic security

The Programming Works – One-time semantic security. The simplest definition of semantic security is one-time semantic security which naturally applies to stream ciphers: An adversary sends two plaintext messages of equal length to the challenger and receives one encrypted message; semantic security means an adversary ...
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Definitions of semantic security

The Programming Works – One-time semantic security. The simplest definition of semantic security is one-time semantic security which naturally applies to stream ciphers: An adversary sends two plaintext messages of equal length to the challenger and receives one encrypted message; semantic security means an adversary ...
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