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Tuesday, 3. January 2017

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Movie #117 - Bowling game code kata

LearnDelphi.TV – This is the classic bowling game code kata, it's an illustration of test driven development. I was first made aware of it in one of Uncle Bob's (Robert C Martin) videos on CleanCoders.com.  I've produced this as an example of doing it using Delphi. This video was produced for the Intensive Delphi ...
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Saturday, 31. December 2016

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Windows 7 Stinks

Delphi Code Monkey – Since Microsoft won't let me decide when Windows 10 updates can be applied, I've decided to experiment working from Windows 7 for a while. So far here are the things which stink in Windows 7.  Windows 7 is terrible, but it's better than Windows 10. 1. Fresh Windows 7/SP1 installs won't ...
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A Happy New Year from RemObjects Software

RemObjects Blogs – Hi, thanx for reading! As 2016 draws to a close, I wanted to take a moment to reach out and thank all of you, our users, for your continued support and patronage. 2016 has been a tumultuous year in many respects, but in the RemObjects ecosphere it has mostly been a great year. We shipped quite a ...
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My Year in Cities 2016

Marco's Tech Blog – Following a long tradition of this blog, dating back to 2006 (and continued in each of the following years), here is my year 2016 seen through the cities I've been to. The rule is: Places I've visited in 2016 for at least one night (plus some relevant daily trips), in chronological order. At times, ...
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Friday, 30. December 2016

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The curse of vulnerable OpenSSL DLLs

The Wiert Corner – When you ship OpenSSL DLLs, you should provide an update mechanism outside of your regular product cycle that updates these shortly after vulnerabilities are fixed. Few if any products do that. So I made an overview from products and OpenSSL DLL versions I had installed on various systems. I’m ...
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Delphi Blogs of the Week/Month #48

Marco's Tech Blog – It has been a long time, but here is another roundup of notable blog posts in the Delphi space. Updates Debugger Hotfix for iOS32 (for RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin) at https://community.embarcadero.com/blogs/entry/debugger-hotfix-for-ios32 Technical Blogs Optical Barcode Recognition ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 10:08

Thursday, 29. December 2016

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When you get “TfsScript.Execute” throwing a “Unregistered version of FastScript.”

The Wiert Corner – In recent Delphi version, FastReport version 5 ships. But for parts of FastReport, it’s a trial. This includes the FastScript part. The trial is very close to the real FastReport 5 thing. So real that when you compile you don’t see a difference, not even when trial and official things ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 12:04

Tuesday, 27. December 2016

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New GetIt Packages: AQTime, InstallAware, Redis, ErrorSoft, Component Trials by TMS and Others and Much More

Marco's Tech Blog – There are many additional packages recently added to the GetIt Package Manager for Berlin, from free tools and components, to trial versions of paid ones. The list include AQTime, which was until recently an integrated third-party tool and it is available now for Berlin as part of the core product. ...
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Delphi class constructors and initialisation order

The Wiert Corner – A long while ago, but still an interesting discussion: Is there a predictable order of execution for Class Constructors? leading to these links: Methods (Delphi) – RAD Studio. The Oracle at Delphi » Class (, Static, or Shared) Constructors (and Destructors). The Oracle at Delphi » Class ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 06:04

Saturday, 24. December 2016

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Colours on my keyboard

Delphi and stuff – A few days ago I had to consider reinstalling Windows on my notebook. Instead I decided to switch to Linux Mint. I've been using Linux Mint in virtual machines for a few years and it worked very well for me. This is the first time I run Linux directly on the host. For development I keep a few ...
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Thursday, 22. December 2016

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Merry Christmas and 25% Off for XtremeDocumentStudio

EurekaLog Blog – We wish all of our valued customers warm holiday greetings! Here at the Neos Eureka Support office in Kissimmee Florida, USA it is an especially warm holiday. Last week the temperature got up to 95F/35C! There is not much snow on offer, but we can offer some good news. If you haven't downloaded ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Александр Алексеев @ 18:42
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My Top 10 Aurelius Features - #8 Lazy Loading

TMS Software Blog – The ability to lazy-load an association is placed at number 8 in the list of My Top 10 Aurelius Features. Suppose you have a TContact class like the following: type TContact = class private FId: integer; FName: string; FCountry: TCountry; public property Id: integer read ...
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Delphi functional programming: Sequences

The Wiert Corner – In functional programming, sequences are an important way of expressing logic. This G+ post by Colin Johnsun discusses a library and a Spring4D way to handle sequences: I’ve release a library that allows you to iterate through a collection of items without using loops… It’s interesting ...
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Wednesday, 21. December 2016

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Generating PDF files cross-platform with ease

TMS Software Blog – With the new 1.7 release of the TMS FNC UI Pack we've added a completely new PDF library built from the ground up, that is capable of generating PDF files on all supported frameworks (FMX, VCL, LCL). Via all supported framework, you can easily target minimum 5 different operating systems: Windows, ...
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Microsoft mentioning RAD Studio Desktop Bridge Support

Marco's Tech Blog – It is a fairly interesting time to see Microsoft promote RAD Studio Berlin Update 2 support for the "Centennial" bridge, as the only IDE providing this capability out of the box. First, Microsoft Windows Developer account tweeted about it at ...
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