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Thursday, 9. January 2014

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Connecting to Any Android with ADB via USB

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I’ve seen other attempts at universal ADB drivers, but I’ve tested those and not had any luck. The following steps have worked for a wide variety of devices that I’ve tested it with. With such a huge variety of different Android devices available it isn’t always easy to find ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 23:21
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Programming Android and iOS Devices and Gadgets

Behind the connection – Our modern world is full of programmable and interactive devices. Delphi and C++Builder can be used to work with these devices and gadgets in innovative ways and extend your apps in ways you never may have imagined. Devices are platforms that can load and execute your program directly, such as an ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? François Piette @ 20:45
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Fun with FireMonkey Gradients

Pawel Glowacki – Everybody loves colours. Great apps should use colours in clever and original ways. I have been recently spending a lot time using Delphi XE5 for designing screens for mobile apps and must admit that I really like the way how iOS 7 is using colours and gradients. There are a lot of interesting ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 19:28
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OmniThreadLibrary 3.03b – Small version change, big update!

The Delphi Geek – Yesterday I noticed a big nasty bug in the OmniThreadLibrary which was present in for a long long time. If a thread priority was not explicitly specified (by calling SetPriority OTL function or SetThreadPriority Windows API), a thread was started with idle priority (instead of normal). How comes ...
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Android Bluetooth SPP / RS232 with Delphi XE5 YouTube video and examples

Sip from the Firehose – I found this great Delphi XE5 Android Bluetooth YouTube video, by Björn Hansen, from back in September last year after the launch of Delphi XE5. it shows you how to use Delphi to create an Android app that uses Bluetooth to connect to a lighting control system. The developer includes the source code ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 16:44
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Setting Up For Android Development with Oxygene

RemObjects Blogs – The purpose of this article is to help you set up Oxygene ready to develop Android applications. It assumes you have already installed Oxygene but will walk you through installing the Java and Android SDKs as well as setting up a virtual Android device and configuring your physical device for ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Scotty @ 15:45
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Two Approaches to Sub-classing Components Compared

Let's Get Technical – Delphi is an object oriented programming language. Unless you write nothing but console applications, this fact is obvious. For example, when your application includes either a form or a data module, the class that defines the form or data module is a descendent of an existing class. In the case of ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? noreply@blogger.com @ 15:38
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Who purchased the Delphi you use?

DelphiTools – Inspired by a recent question by Bruce McGee in the Delphi non-tech forum, here are a couple of mini-polls. Who purchase the Delphi you use? Do you use Delphi for work, hobby or both?
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