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Tuesday, 23. July 2013

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David I to Discuss Mobile & Mac at the 2013 ISVCon

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – The 2013 Independent Software Vendor Conference (ISVCon), scheduled for September 27-29, 2013 at the Atlantis Casino Resort in Reno, Nevada, has released information about the panel discussions and seminars that will be presented. Designed to deliver the latest marketing ideas to small software ...
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Podcast: Red Ant Games Talks with Jim McKeeth at Delphi.org

Pascal Game Development – Jason McMillen and Paul Nichols representing Red Ant Games talk with Jim McKeeth on his Podcast at Delphi.org about their current projects including working with Oxygene for Java,
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Also on the Tablet Show

The PodCast at Delphi.org – As an interesting turn of events I was interviewed on The Tablet Show a couple weeks ago. The Tablet Show is all about developing for tablet devices, and is by the same people who make .NET Rocks. The show is live today as episode 94. This show was recorded when I was still a Delphi MVP, before I ...
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RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder promos still available

Sip from the Firehose – We have three special product promotions available for RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder developers. Two promotions are ongoing and there is a new one as well. This is your chance to update your developer tools and receive some cool additional tools, styles, support and maintenance. NEW! 6 Months ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 03:37

Monday, 22. July 2013

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53 – Subject 33 & Android Game Development

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Taking with Jason McMillen & Paul Nicholls of Pascal Game Development talking about Subject 33 and Android game development. Subject 33 is being developed with RemObjects Software’s Oxygene for Java and they are specifically targeting the new Ouya platform as well as Android in general.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jim@delphi.org @ 19:07
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My FMX TClipboard and TMacPreferencesIniFile implementations now compiling in XE4

Delphi Haven – A bit belatedly, but my FireMonkey TClipboard and TMacPreferencesIniFile implementations are now compiling with XE4 (thanks goes to Ken Schafer for prodding me in the case of the former). See my post from nearly a year ago for the details: http://delphihaven.wordpress.com/2012/07/27/fmx-tclipboard- ...
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TFireMonkeyContainer update: bugs fixed, features added

The Itinerant Developer – The example application showing a 3D FireMonkey form. On the other tab is a standard 2D form. On Wednesday I announced TFireMonkeyContainer, a VCL control that can host a FireMonkey form, allowing you to mix FireMonkey elements into your VCL app. It was (and is) a new project, and the announcement ...

Saturday, 20. July 2013

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Complete List of Delphi Code Examples From Docwiki

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – I was looking through the list of code examples from the Embarcadero Docwiki site and I was a little frustrated because they are broken up by Delphi versions. I was thinking it would be nice to have one complete list of all the code examples in one place. So, I put together a complete list of ...
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Creating an AVI file from bitmaps using Delphi

Behind the connection – It is quite easy to create an AVI file from a number of individual bitmaps. The AVI file maybe compressed on the fly using any installed codec. An example application would be creating a video from computer generated images such as 3D view or discrete bitmaps such as those generated from a ...
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Seven Days using the Surface RT: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly, and the Inexplicable

Delphi Code Monkey – I'll cut to the chase right away. I'm typing this blog post on the Surface RT's Type cover, the one with real keys that move when you touch them and a small trackpad device built in, which is as nice a small keyboard as I've ever used.   The inexplicable thing, from the title of my ...
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How to have a blue FMX TPanel, redux

Delphi Haven – Back in the XE2 timeframe, I published a short post about giving a TPanel a custom colour. While the solution still works in XE4, give or take an extra unit in the uses clause or use of the TAlphaColors.ColorName syntax rather than claColorName, nowadays I’d emphasise the first part of my ...
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Friday, 19. July 2013

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Webinar Series: Build and Sustain your Data Governance Program

Delphi Insider – If you're using the Architect editions of Delphi or RAD Studio with the included ER/Studio data modeling tools, we have a new webinar series that you might be interested in on on data governance.           Data governance can mean different ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Tim Del Chiaro @ 17:27
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Listing the running user applications under osx using Delphi

The Road to Delphi – The NSWorkspace class provides a set of methods and properties which allow open and manipulate files, applications and others useful tasks. One of these properties can be used to list the running applications. The property is runningApplications , this will return an array of NSRunningApplication ...
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Thursday, 18. July 2013

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My bike route

The Delphi Hacker's Corner – Victory Fernandes - Embarcadero MVP - pointed out to me that I can't leave Embarcadero. In fact, I take my bike on the Caltrain and ride my bike to/from work along the Embarcadero. Much faster than walking (43 minutes). :) Also, the Embarcadero office is just about 10 blocks ...
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Mobile performance – a look back

DelphiTools – How fast are mobile CPUs these days? Well, they are pretty fast processors. While some still consider that x86 is ten times faster than ARM, that is just not the case anymore these days, the difference is much smaller, and closer to just two times if you compare a regular smartphone to a regular ...
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