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Monday, 16. September 2013

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DWScript now supports Delphi XE5

DelphiTools – DWScript SVN version will now compile and run under XE5. There is only one gotcha due to an XE5 regression. While running the DWScript test suite through XE 5 trial, and while most of DWScript ran okay under XE5, I noticed the following regression: integer divisions by zero aren’t properly ...
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Exploring Listeners With Oxygene

Te Waka o Delphi – Part 2 in a short series demonstrating the development of a simple camera app for Android using Oxygene. In the previous instalment we looked at the basic framework of our app. For this instalment I was going to show how to implement the camera preview or viewfinder for this instalment, but instead ...
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Delphi Dev. Shell Tools – New features 3

The Road to Delphi – Features added to the new version of the Delphi Dev. Shell Tools. Full refactoring of the code related to drawing the items bitmaps and icons, now only 32 bpp bmp (Windows 8/7/Vista) and 32-bit with alpha channel icons (Windows XP) are used. Added support for Delphi XE5. Now you can build your ...
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Tools and projects updated to support Delphi XE5

The Road to Delphi – Quick post, I just added support for RAD Studio XE5 to the VCL Styles Utils project, Delphi IDE Theme Editor, WMI Delphi Code Creator and The Delphi Dev. Shell Tools.
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iOS 7 and arm64 Support in Oxygene

Te Waka o Delphi – Marc Hoffman of RemObjects blogged over the weekend about the forthcoming iOS 7 and arm64 support in Oxygene. Actually, the only part that is really “coming” is the arm64 aspect since, as he explains in the blog post, Oxygene has always been able to use the iOS 7 SDK betas from the first ...
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Sunday, 15. September 2013

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Anatomy of a Camera App

Te Waka o Delphi – Part 1 in an as yet unknown number of articles using a (very) simple camera application to demonstrate building first class Android applications using “Pascal for Java” – i.e. Oxygene Cooper. In this first instalment we will look at the basics – the components we are going to ...
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Saturday, 14. September 2013

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GExperts for XE5 Experimental Build

The PodCast at Delphi.org – My good friend and Delphi MVP Jeroen Pluimers has just posted an experimental build of GExperts for XE5. He is working with Erik Berry to get an official build up on the GExperts site. GExperts is a collection of open source productivity enhancements for Delphi.
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iOS 6.x Now Required By FireMonkey in XE5

Te Waka o Delphi – In XE4 FireMonkey supported iOS 5.1. According to the platform requirements for XE5 this has now increased to iOS 6. This something to be aware of. Even if your application could run on older, simpler devices, the FireMonkey runtime has demands of it’s own, over and above those of any ...
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Delphi Xe5 Android

Felix Colibri – Delphi Xe5 Android allows the development of Android application directly from the Win32 IDE : the new DccAArm.exe compiler generates code for the Android devices or the Windows Android emulator. Outline of the development and execution architecture, Windows and Android requirements, a simple step ...
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Learning Valuable Lessons

Te Waka o Delphi – Iztok has been at it again, making comments that prompt another post. He expresses his view that there are only two viable options for mobile development. The first is essentially the web-based technology approach (HTML/JS/PhoneGap etc) and the other is the platform native tool chains, ...
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Friday, 13. September 2013

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Delphi XE5 for Android - which versions of Android are supported

Sip from the Firehose – Delphi XE5 can now build apps for Android.  Which version of Android does XE5 support?  Delphi can build apps for Gingerbread (2.3.3-2.3.7), Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.3-4.0.4) and Jelly Bean (4.1.x, 4.2.x, 4.3.x) - http://www.embarcadero.com/products/rad-studio/whats-new.  Why doesn’t XE5 ...
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An update on Oxygene support for iOS 7 and arm64

RemObjects Blogs – Over the past couple of days, unsurprisingly, a lot of people have asked me about our plans for supporting iOS 7 and – more specifically – the arm64 architecture used in the new iPhone 5S. Of course the news is good. General support for iOS 7 on armv7 and armv7s (the current CPU ...
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Video: What's New in RAD Studio XE5 and Delphi XE5

Delphi Insider – See what's new in RAD Studio XE5 and Delphi XE5 in this video and how you can create apps for Android, iOS, Windows and OS X from a single codebase. Learn more about RAD Studio at http://embt.co/RADStudio Embarcadero® RAD Studio XE5 is app development for teams building multi-device, true native ...
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Mobile Location on iOS and Android

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Most Android and iOS devices either include a GPS antenna, the ability to triangulate off cellular or wireless access points, or some combination. Accessing the location is different when using the platform APIs for iOS and Android. Luckily Delphi XE5 includes the TLocationSensor component. When ...
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