Saturday, 13. September 2014

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Spring4D 1.1 release and roadmap

Delphi sorcery – Today I am happy to officially announce the release of version 1.1. And also it is the 5th anniversary of Spring4D (at least according to the commit history).Thanks Paul who started the project and all the others that made Spring4D what it is today:A modern RTL extension and the most powerful ...
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Friday, 12. September 2014

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VCL or FireMonkey - XE7

Rob's Technology Corner – In a previous blog post I mentioned we are starting a rewrite of an existing application using Delphi XE7 .     One of the comments was raised if we are going to use VCL or Firemonkey.It was decision we took quite seriously.    Using Delphi  we spent a few days developing ...
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Presenting XE7 In Milan on Tuesday

Marco's Tech Blog – I'll be presenting RAD Studio XE7 in Milan on Tuesday. If you live in Northern Italy, don't miss this live event. With me, Daniele Teti will cover some of the topics. Sign up now at (The event is in Italian, and so it the sign up page). There ...
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NFC in Android from Delphi / Objective Pascal

Stephen Ball – One great thing about developing with Embarcadero’s RAD Studio, Delphi, C++ Builder and AppMethod is the component development model. Developing with components allows you to write code once that works across all platforms as the components take care of the platform specific API mappings. e.g. ...
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Delphi XE7 Blogs of the Week #18

Marco's Tech Blog – A special weekly blogs posts collection focused on the recently released XE7, grouped in categories. Reviews Embarcadero extends existing Windows apps to mobile devices - SD Times: More Mobile Options ...
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The source code history of Free Pascal and Lazarus visualized with Gource

Yanniel's notes – Gource is a software version control visualization tool. I thought it would be cool to see how the Free Pascal and Lazarus source codes look like. So, I checked-out the respective code bases and ran them through Gource.Below are the Gource commands I used:gource -1280x720 -o C:\\gource\\fpc.ppm -s ...
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