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Monday, 30. December 2013

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DUnitX and my plans

Rob's Technology Corner – I have been a big fan of using unit testing frameworks.   I use both DUnit and DUnitX for my Delphi tests.I am right now contributing to DUnitX as I see it as the future framework of choice for Delphi Developers. I just wanted to talk in public about some of work I have going on around ...
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A FireMonkey client for the DWS Terapixel Mandelbrot data set

The Itinerant Developer – You may have seen Eric Grange's precomputed Mandelbrot set data - read the Christmas announcement and the followup. He has generated and is hosting the fractal as a multi-level tiled data set: that is, as a structure of varying levels of detail, where each level of detail is twice as large as the ...
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Counting down to the end of 2013…special offers end when the year ends

Sip from the Firehose – We’re here at work counting down the hours minutes and seconds until the end of 2013. It has been another great year for developers who use our products. During 2013 we’ve added support for the iOS (Delphi and C++Builder) and Android (Delphi with C++Builder to come before winter ends) ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 16:27
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Removing a FMX control’s size restrictions

Delphi Haven – One rather annoying aspect of FMX’s evolution has been a restriction on control sizes. The most notorious case is probably TGroupBox, which in XE4′s iOS support was bizarrely matched to Safari’s toolbar (i.e., a standard control with a non-standard height), rendering the thing ...
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Some links on Delphi, JNI, Android

The Wiert Corner – So I won’t forget to read these: Paul Foster – Google+ – XE5 – Fun with external Java libraries So, having been… Above but as a PDF version, thanks Fun with external Java libraries on XE5 by Paul Foster | The Podcast at Delphi.org.. JNI – the old way of doing it and ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jeroen Pluimers @ 12:00
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Why your comment does not appear on my blog

Behind the connection – It seems I have to clarify why some comments does not appear on my blog. My blog is a place where I publish my personal views. It is not in anyway a public forum. To be published on my blog, a comment must be: Directly related to the subject Add something complementing the point of view I ...
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