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Saturday, 25. January 2014

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A unit to enable Direct2D in FireMonkey where possible

The Itinerant Developer – A few days ago I posted about FireMonkey's choice of canvas classes, where it would choose to render via GDI+ instead of via Direct2D.  There were two fixes: one (untested and possibly dangerous) enabled hardware rendering on DirectX9-class hardware, but required editing the FireMonkey source; the ...
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A unit to enable Direct2D in FireMonkey where possible

Parnassus – A few days ago I posted about FireMonkey’s choice of canvas classes, where it would choose to render via GDI+ instead of via Direct2D.  There were two fixes: one (untested and possibly dangerous) enabled hardware rendering on DirectX9-class hardware, but required editing the FireMonkey source; ...
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Friday, 24. January 2014

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Delphi Blogs of the Week #2

Marco's Tech Blog – Another round of Delphi (but not only Delphi) blogs posts (and not only blog posts) I found this week. I guess I might already have to change title, but let's stick with it for now. Let me start with Delphi and with some new features we made available to XE5 users: I blogged earlier ...
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Learning from Digifort

The PodCast at Delphi.org – You’ve probably seen Éric Fleming Bonilha videos showing off his Digifort mobile applications developed with Delphi XE5. The videos don’t mention it, but the back end server and client applications are all written in Delphi too. Just in case you haven’t see the videos, here they ...
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Happy 30th birthday Mac!

The Wiert Corner – Being away from a computer sometimes means you forget about events. So before I forget: happy 30th birthday Mac! For me, real programming started 31 years ago on an Apple II at high school, soon followed by a II+ and a //e. Back then me,   nor my parents could afford a Mac, but I was lucky enough to ...
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Next ISO C++ Meeting is Feb 10-15 in Issaquah, Washington, USA

Sip from the Firehose – The ISO C++ standards committee will meet next month in Issaquah Washington February 10-15,2014. Embarcadero is a voting member of the ISO C++ committee and will have a C++Builder R&D representative at the upcoming meeting. Papers are available in advance of the meeting at http://www.open- ...
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