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Sunday, 22. September 2013

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My RAD Studio XE5 World Tour Stops so far

Pawel Glowacki – It is September every year that I travel the most. This is typically the time that a new version of Delphi and RAD Studio is released. This year is different. Not because of less travel, but there were two major versions of Delphi released in 2013: XE4 with the Delphi for iOS support in Q2 and and ...
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First look at Oxygene for Android development

TURBU Tech – Jolyon Smith has been posting a lot of really rosy stuff about Oxygene lately.  And he even commented on a recent blog post of mine,  in response to my frustration about Embarcadero blatantly ripping off paying customers by not including Android support as part of the baseline Delphi installation: ...
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Apkudo Kudos and Non-Functional Quality

Te Waka o Delphi – Jim McKeeth recently blogged about the results of submitting an “empty” FireMonkey app to the apkudo online Android testing service. Jim reports that an “empty” FireMonkey app failed on only 13 devices out of 118, claiming an impressive 89% success rate. It made me curious to ...
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Honourable Intentions

Te Waka o Delphi – This is it. The home straight. The final part of my series on writing a camera app using Oxygene for Android. In this concluding part I shall look at making my application a well behaved Android citizen. As well as pointing out (and fixing) some mistakes I have made along the way, we will add ...
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