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Thursday, 6. February 2014

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XE5 REST Debugger Supercharged

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I some people ask for the source code to using the new XE5 REST Client Library to consume the Kimono web service. The crazy thing is there isn’t any. I decided to make a video about how easy it is to consume REST web services the the new REST Client Library and the REST Debugger. In the ...
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Wednesday, 5. February 2014

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TMS Software blog: Two lines of code to add QR, UPC, EAN code scanning to your iOS Delphi apps

Sip from the Firehose – I love it when I can write fewer lines of code and get something done in my applications. I love it even more if I only have to write one or two lines of user-written code to add major functionality to my applications. Here is a cool blog post by TMS Software showing you how you can add barcode ...
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Giving Data a Good Spin (Android, Windows, Azure)

Marco's Tech Blog – Over the last week I bumped into data that was presented with a real twist. And more than once. Hence this rather unusual blog post for my blog. Mobile Phones: Android Wins, but Windows Grows Faster I guess you've seen similar headlines, one of them is in this press release from Canalys, ...
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Wednesday, February 12 - RAD in Action webinars "Unit Testing in Delphi" with Nick Hodges

Sip from the Firehose – Next Wednesday, Nick Hodges, Embarcadero MVP and author of the new book, "Coding in Delphi", will present "RAD in Action: Unit Testing in Delphi" in 3 live online sessions. Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Times: 6AM San Francisco / 9AM New York / 2PM London / 3PM Milan 11AM San Francisco / 2PM ...
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Announcing the Oxygene “January 2014″ Update

RemObjects Blogs – Ahh, it feels like forever since i have written one of these, with the holidays and a long-overdue vacation in January. But it’s really just been a little over six weeks, and the time has come again: Last friday, we shipped the latest update for Oxygene. The January 2014 release is a minor bugfix ...
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Oh Yeah, the Ouya!

The PodCast at Delphi.org – The Ouya is an Android powered game console / set-top box that you can pick up for $99. Not only is it a cheap game console, but it is also an affordable Android platform designed to drive big screen TVs. Easily turn a TV into a wall mounted dashboard or living picture frame. Once the ADB driver is ...
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