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Monday, 25. March 2013

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Preparation for TMS Day April 25 in full force

TMS Software Blog – Preparation of the TMS Day scheduled for April 25 is in full force now. We’re working hard on every little detail, going from papers for the hand-outs, evaluation forms, training certificates, a gift attendees will receive to of course most importantly the content of the sessions itself. The ...
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California Tops

TPersistent.com – Just thought I would shout out to all my readers in California who ranked #1 amongst all the US states for visitors to TPersistent, and was the major cause for the US pushing Brazil out of the top spot it’s held for some time. If any of the EMBT dev team is responsible for the increased ...
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Sunday, 24. March 2013

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When, What, Why!

The Art of Delphi Programming – A common pattern seen in Delphi code is the “code inside an event handler” syndrome. Lines and lines of code are placed inside an event handler. Not enough, these event handlers are often called directly from other places in the code – just because the code inside it needs to be ...
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SOURCE – DataSnap Photo Album Server & Admin Client

Mat DeLong – Intro With my previous blog post (http://mathewdelong.wordpress.com/2013/01/24/datasnap-photo-album-server-admin-client/) I shared with you a sample application written in Delphi XE2 using DataSnap to make a client/server application for sharing albums of photos. With this post I want to show you ...
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Friday, 22. March 2013

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Anders’ Analog Clock app ported to Delphi for iOS

The Hacker's Corner – My FireMonkey Clock app has been ported using a beta version of Delphi for iOS. Above you can see a screen shot of the app as it starts up. By default it uses "normal drive" - the second hand moves once per second and the minute hand moves once per minute. The app is a Universal app (supports ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 21:09
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Visual Data Binding using TAureliusDataset

TMS Software Blog – When dealing with Aurelius and any ORM framework, one common task is to build a graphical user interface to edit/display the data. Delphi users are used to the TDataset component, which not only retrieves data from the database but also act as middle layer between the data and visual controls. When ...
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Vcl Styles Utils updated to fix QC #114040, #114032 (XE2 and XE3)

The Road to Delphi – I just commit in the Vcl Styles Project two new fixes to patch the QC 114040 and QC 114032 (these issues exist in Delphi XE2 and XE3), both reports are related to the Highlight colors used to draw the TColorBox and TComboBoxEx components when the Vcl Styles are active. QC 114032 As you can see in ...
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Thursday, 21. March 2013

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New Blog Leading Technical Teams

Steve's Delphi Blog – Good day to all readers. I have been pleasantly surprised to see that this blog has a readership that is still quite large despite the length of time since I last posted. I've also noted that the blog, and the people searching for answers here, have been towards posts that relate to team ...
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VCL or FireMonkey: Short Take

Marco's Tech Blog – A couple of days ago in the non-tech forum I posted a very short description of the key differences between the VCL and the FireMonkey libraries you can use in Delphi to build a Windows application (Of course, FireMonkey is the only choice for Mac development, and will be the only choice for iOS and ...
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Porting to Delphi XE2: Delphi XE2 Unit scope names not always right

The Wiert Corner – Sometimes, Delphi XE2 gets confused after converting an old Delphi project because the Unit scope names are not correct. When creating a new Delphi XE2 application, the Unit scope names are as follows: System;Xml;Data;Datasnap;Web;Soap;Vcl;Vcl.Imaging;Vcl.Touch;Vcl.Samples;Vcl.Shell This means ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 06:00
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Casablanca - Here’s looking at you, Microsoft

JT @ Embarcadero – If there is one thing that Enterprises need to do today - they need to deliver functionality and data onto mobile devices. Although there are plenty of technology options for remoting and moving data around the cloud and/or to a client, a clear, emerging, leader here is the use of REST technology. ...

Wednesday, 20. March 2013

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Webinar: C++ in the Multi-Device Enterprise

The Hacker's Corner – Across social media, industry articles, and corporate polices, we hear more terms like “BYOD” (Bring Your Own Device).  Enterprises these days are seldom just Windows or Mac, onsite or cloud.  Multiple devices are the new reality for software developers, but how can you keep up with it all? Join us ...
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The US Supreme Court just ruled that publishers have no right to differential pricing

TURBU Tech – If you’ve been paying attention to copyright and the myriad ways it gets abused by publishing interests, you’ve probably heard of the Kirtsaeng case.  For those just tuning in, here’s quick recap: John Wiley & Sons is a publishing company, involved in one of the most despicable ...
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Confusing Delphi message: [DCC Error] E2201 Need imported data reference ($G) to access ‘VarCopyProc’ from unit ‘XXX’

The Wiert Corner – I recently had an error like this when building with packages: [DCC Error] E2201 Need imported data reference ($G) to access 'VarCopyProc' from unit 'SynCommons' It was a bit hard to find good information about this error, mainly because of two reasons: the documentation on E2201 Need imported data ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 06:00

Tuesday, 19. March 2013

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Showing Delphi iOS Apps in Zeist

Marco's Tech Blog – Yesterday I showed a few iOS apps built with Delphi at the SD Event in Zeist, Netherlands. Given I couldn't use Reflector (the wifi had a rather string firewall, apparently) I used the internal Mac webcam to show the device. Bob Swart took this quite unusual picture of me. It was a rather nice ...
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