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Thursday, 14. February 2013

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Oxygene “Nougat” Overview

RemObjects Blogs – Discussing with marc hoffman, Carlo Kok, Mike Orris & Brian Lindahl the newest flavor of Oxygene “Nougat”, bringing the Oxygene programming language to the Cocoa and Cocoa Touch frameworks for Mac and iOS development. See also the [Introducing Nougat] and [Oxygene Overview] videos.
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Two cool new tools I’ve found

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – In the last little while, I’ve discovered and started using two cool new tools. Train The first is RemObjects Train. Train is an automated build engine in the vein of Make or MSBuild, but it’s cross-platform, and you write your build scripts in plain javascript, which means you can ...
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Happy 18th Birthday, Delphi!

Let's Get Technical – It's Delphi's 18th birthday, and I am celebrating by coding in Delphi XE3 (the 16th version) and posting this picture of my first copy of Delphi.
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Delphi 18 Birthday Video

Marco's Tech Blog – I've uploaded on YouTube a Delphi 18th birthday video, featuring Delphi 1 on Windows 3.11. The video was recorded today on my Mac, using a virtual machine (or a "way-back machine", I should say). Hope you enjoy this bit of Delphi history, but stay tuned to Delphi's future signing up for the Delphi ...
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Property expressions and statements

DelphiTools – Object Pascal does allow binding a property to a field for direct read/writer, but we all have seen properties that required a slightly more complex getter or setter, and that usually meant a method for both. DWScript (svn trunk) & Smart Pascal (1.1) now support property expressions and ...
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Happy Birthday Delphi

Dr.Bob's Delphi Notes – I cannot imagine what my life would look like without Delphi, or what it would have been if it wasn't for Pascal and Delphi.
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18 Years of Delphi

The Delphi Disciple – As many other Delphi bloggers have already written about, today marks the 18th anniversary of the release of Delphi 1.  This is a significant achievement given the years of speculation about Delphi's demise, and it certainly has been through some rough times. However, it genuinely feels like good ...
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How Delphi made a difference for me…

Stephen Ball – Its amazing when I attend events all around the world how often people tell me about how they have been using Delphi for the same application they are producing for many years. The shelf life of code and the ability for Delphi to adapt to different needs over the years has seen Delphi in a range of ...
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Legacy Code: Abstract to Interface

Rob's Technology Corner – Say you where given the following legacy code snippet, and where told that you needed that there are now five new  packet types that need to be written. TDataObject = class(TObject) // Some Shared Data here. end; TPacketWriter = class(TObject) private function CreateObjectX : ...
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Legacy Code

Rob's Technology Corner – Today, It has been 18 years since Delphi was released.      Some Delphi projects have been around for quite some time now.     I think we all look back on code we wrote a year or two ago that we would write in a completely different way today.   Sometimes is because a ...
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Feb 14, 2013 - Delphi’s 18th birthday celebration - ongoing innovations and new multi-device support

Sip from the Firehose – Back on February 14, 1995 we launched the first version of Delphi at the Software Development Conference West in San Francisco California.  Building way beyond the previous 12 years of Turbo Pascal innovations, Delphi arrived on the scene combining a 16-bit Windows native code compiler, visual ...
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TAnyValue, an attempt to make the best “variable” data container

From Zero To One – And the saga continues . If you don’t know what the hell I am talking about read the first three articles in the series on this subject: TValue and other “Variants” like implementation tests TValue and other “Variants” like implementation tests – revised TValue and other “Variants” like ...
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Delphi bindings for WebSphere MQ

The Wiert Corner – The current Delphi bindings for WebSphere MQ (formerly known as MQSeries) are very old. The MA7Q: WebSphere MQ – MQI for Delphi formal binding from IBM is incomplete. Even though it is from 2005, it doesn’t contain the MQCD definition that was there at least since WebSphere MQ 5.2 ...
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Delphi turns 18 today; did it get real undo/redo in the form designer?

The Wiert Corner – 18 years ago, Delphi 1 was launched (still not sure if valentine’s day was a good idea for a product launch). I wonder – when writing this long before valentine’s day – if the matureness of Delphi finally introduced real undo/redo in the form designer. Probably still a dream, ...
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Delphi comes of age

Brian Long – 18 years ago today Delphi 1 was launched as a revolutionary way of building native compiled, unmanaged, non-interpreted 16-bit Windows 3 applications using UI-driven RAD principles. Today Delphi targets Win32, Win64, OS X and at some point soon will also target iOS and Android. Happy birthday ...
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