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Monday, 1. September 2014

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Delphi Blogs of the Week (or Month) #17

Marco's Tech Blog – More monthly than weekly again, but there is a lot of interesting stuff in the Delphi world during the month of August... and in the related development worlds. So here is another round of useful links. Windows Udpate and old Delphi IDEs A recent Windows Update broke old Delphi IDEs: ...
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Strong Typed Rows in the DataAbstract for Cocoa

RemObjects Blogs – Challenge In DataAbstract for Cocoa, you can retrieve the values for a particular table field using the KVC approach, where the field name is passed as a string key: DADataTableRow *row = [[self table] rowAtIndex:idx]; NSString *name = [row ...
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Using DataAbstract and RemObject SDK for Cocoa libraries in Swift

RemObjects Blogs – As you probably already know, Apple recently announced a new programming language called Swift, a new and fresh look at programming for the Mac. The main and obvious purpose of Swift is to replace Objective-C in the future. To develop for the Mac, RemObject Software offers two products, DataAbstract ...
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Chromecast Randomly Crashing–Solved!

The Delphi Geek – This is one of rare posts on my blog that doesn’t cover pascal programming. Proceed on your own risk ;) For the last half a year, I’ve been a happy owner of a Chromecast device. Great stuff, especially as it allows me (with a small hack) to watch Netflix on my TV and listen to Pandora. At the ...
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Sign Here Please… (Using This Specific Pen)

Te Waka o Delphi – My original Android version of TXT-2-PARK has been in the Google Play Store for a little over a week now. But it was only on Saturday that I decided to install the release version onto my phone from the store itself, and found a problem. The application would download just fine, but at the point ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jolyon Direnko-Smith @ 11:15
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While I Was Waiting For Apple…

Te Waka o Delphi – So Saturday morning I finished the iOS version of my application and published it to the App Store. Of all of the app stores, the approval process with Apple evidently takes the longest. So, whilst waiting for my app to be released, I developed (and published) the Windows Phone version of my app. ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jolyon Direnko-Smith @ 10:00
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