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Tuesday, 26. November 2013

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Integrating DUnitX Unit Testing with Continua CI

VSoft Technologies – Continua CI includes support for running and reporting on Unit Tests, in this post we will take a look at running DUnitX Unit Tests. If you not familiar with DUnitX, it's a newish Delphi Unit Test framework, I blogged about it recently.  I'm not going to cover how to get up and running in ...
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Integrating DUnitX Unit Testing with Continua CI

VSoft Technologies – Continua CI includes support for running and reporting on Unit Tests, in this post we will take a look at running DUnitX Unit Tests. If you not familiar with DUnitX, it's a newish Delphi Unit Test framework, I blogged about it recently.  I'm not going to cover how to get up and running in ...

Monday, 25. November 2013

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Embarcadero Academy – Android Programming

The Delphi Geek – Next Tuesday (December 3rd) we’ll continue the Embarcadero Academy line of presentations for Slovenian developers. This time I’ll cover programming for Android devices in Delphi XE5. Register here. Predavanje bo v slovenskem jeziku. --- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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Remote Android screen monitoring and viewing

The Wiert Corner – Another one in the “WordPress Missed schedule” series. Below are the Android remote screen monitoring/viewer tools I know about: For a long time, I have used Droid@Screen: an Open Source,  Java based mature cross platform tool that uses ADB (it can even restart it for you in case it ...
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Delphi and Android services (part 2)

Brian Long – It’s been a while now since I posted up the link to my Delphi service example on Google Play. I mentioned at the time that it was not a trivial exercise and was somewhat imperfect in implementation (although I’d done my best to disguise this fact). Indeed you only really see an issue if you are ...
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Efficient File Enumeration

DelphiTools – Delphi offers two ways of enumerating files in a directory and its sub-directories, the first is the classic (and buggy) FindFirst/FindNext, the second is IOUtils TDirectory.GetFiles and not very efficient. Here is why and how I implemented DWScript‘s dwsXPlatform.CollectFiles, and a tip about ...
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DUnit Compatibility in Smoketest

Te Waka o Delphi – To address some odd concerns about differences between DUnit and Smoketest, I thought it would be useful to demonstrate how it is entirely within the gift of a Smoketest user to create their own “comfort” layer, to make using Smoketest more similar to the DUnit framework if they wish ...
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Sunday, 24. November 2013

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OOP design and event driven programming

Behind the connection – In a previous article, one of the 3 main design advices was “Use events to free your classes from things that can change”. In this article, I would like to talk a little bit more about it. Following good OOP practice, you develop by encapsulating almost everything into specialized objects. This ...
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Saturday, 23. November 2013

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Delphi XE5 - deploying and accessing local files on iOS and Android

Sip from the Firehose – Larry in Canada recently sent me an email asking a Delphi XE5 mobile multi-device question: "How do you include files and/or folders containing files with a Delphi Android application APK file?" I told him I would create a simple example and explain how deploy a file with your application and then ...
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Friday, 22. November 2013

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Source Code of My Mobile Music Client

Marco's Tech Blog – After too many days on the road, I've started publishing the source code of the demos I've shown at recent conferences. The first is an example of the use of the REST client library. This is a demo I used for my CodeRage 8 session on the REST client library (the video is available) and uses the ...
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Smoketest – Performance Case Visualisations

Te Waka o Delphi – This post is a peek behind the curtain of the next major update to Smoketest which I hope to have completed shortly: Performance Case visualisations. Smoketest has always had two types of test case that you could implement by deriving from two distinct base classes: TTestCase is the base class for ...
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Thursday, 21. November 2013

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Smoketest – Interfaces vs Inheritance

Te Waka o Delphi – A couple of commenters on my previous post have taken issue with my use of interfaces to form contracts between test cases and the test framework, rather than using simple virtual methods and inheritance as found in DUnit. I thought it would be interesting to illustrate why I went down this route. ...
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Using the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security scripting API and Delphi

The Road to Delphi – These are a set of useful Delphi snippets to handle the Windows Firewall using the Advanced Security scripting. Note : Some of the below samples requires elevation. Adding a LAN Rule Adding a Per Interface Rule Adding a Protocol Rule Adding a Rule with Edge Traversal Adding a Service Rule Adding an ...
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30 years of Turbo Pascal: Integrated Approach Revolutionized Software Development (via: heise Developer)

The Wiert Corner – Thanks for the German heise Developer people that reminded me yestarday was a special birthday of Turbo Pascal: 30 Jahre Turbo Pascal: Integrierter Ansatz revolutionierte die Softwareentwicklung | heise Developer. The Google Translation into English isn’t bad at all. –jeroenFiled under: ...
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Changing FireMonkey style at runtime

Pawel Glowacki – Last month Sarina DuPont blogged about loading custom FireMonkey styles on a mobile device at runtime ("How to load custom styles at runtime"). That’s a very interesting approach to compile a custom style as a resource into the mobile app. This week there was another blog post by David I about ...
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