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Monday, 31. December 2018

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Question For You All

Delphi-losophy – Hey, I have a question for you fine people. What should I do with this?
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Saturday, 29. December 2018

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EKON 22 Slides and Code – Synopse

The Wiert Corner – For my link archive: [WayBack] EKON 22 Slides and Code – Synopse by Arnaud Bouchez. I’ve uploaded two sets of slides from my presentations at EKON 22 : Object Pascal Clean Code Guidelines Proposal High Performance Object Pascal Code on Servers with the associated [WayBack] Program | ...
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Friday, 28. December 2018

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Delphi and C++ builder Platform Status

The Wiert Corner – Almost all pages at the Embarcadero DocWiki have an embedded product version in the URL or get redirected to one. One of the notable exceptions is the [WayBack] Platform Status: The following table shows supported platforms and operating systems for different RAD Studio versions. A * (star) sign ...
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Wednesday, 26. December 2018

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Delphi: AutoSize property resizes a container (panel, scrollbox, form, frame…) to grow it to fit all controls

The Wiert Corner – A while back I needed a design-time way to automatically resize a Delphi container control (descendants from the, [WayBack] TWinControl Class like [WayBack] TPanel, [WayBack] TScrollbox, [WayBack] TForm, [WayBack] TFrame) to grow/shrink so it just fits around it’s contained controls. Back then ...
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Friday, 21. December 2018

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Coding a Game of Memory in Delphi – The User Interface

Zarko Gajic – In my previous post, Coding a Game of Memory in Delphi – OOP Model, I’ve been developing the model, aka the back end, for the Memory (Match Up, Concentration, …) game. The idea was to separate the game logic from the user interface (aka the front end). As a result a few classes were introduced: ...
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Thursday, 20. December 2018

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Tester’s Diary: Reluctant Leadership, Part 1

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Carol Brands. I’ve never thought of myself as a leader. I don’t like telling people what to do. I don’t like feeling responsible for other people’s actions. I don’t like being put in a position where someone might treat my opinion like it matters more than someone else’s. ...
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Do not put IFDEF with relative paths in your .dpr as the Delphi IDE cannot match them in the .dproj

The Wiert Corner – The Delphi IDE manages the .dpr and .dproj files for, trying to keep them in sync. Some information is duplicated between the two, especially files referenced by relative paths: those files are contained in your project. This means you cannot do something like this in your .dpr file: {$IFDEF ...
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TMS Web Core v1.1 meetup at tmssoftware offices

TMS Software Blog – Tuesday Dec 18 we organised again a free meetup for Delphi enthusiasts to learn & see the latest developments for TMS WEB Core here in our offices. We were pleased to see over 30 Delphi developers from Belgium and The Netherlands. On the agenda, we had: 14h00 – 14h30 : Anonymous methods, ...
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TMS WEB Core v1.1 Verona released, a new milestone in our Mille Miglia race

TMS Software Blog – After a stunning start in Brescia on July 25, 2018 with the TMS WEB Core v1.0 release, we've reached the 2nd stage along our Mille Miglia track: Verona. As explained, to visualize the roadmap of TMS WEB Core, we use the historic 1955 Mille Miglia race and each subsequent versions of TMS WEB Core ...
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Automatically build hundreds of web editing forms using TMS XData Web Application Generator

TMS Software Blog – I have already written here about the TMS XData Web App Generator. In the first post, the prototype was presented, and in the second post it was officially released, along with other nice features for TMS Aurelius and TMS XData. Now I'm glad to announce a great update to the tool. It's now ...

Wednesday, 19. December 2018

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Spring4D How to correctly assign NULL to a Nullable type?

The Wiert Corner – Since I tend to forget this: [WayBack] Spring4D How to correctly assign NULL to a Nullable type? this is correct? fDateTime = Null; or this? fDateTime := nil; – Jacek Laskowski – Google+ The preferred way is fDateTime := nil. This is possible because of [WayBack] Delphi sorcery: How to ...
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What's In RAD Studio 10.3 Architect Edition?

Marco's Tech Blog – Since the early days, Delphi and RAD Studio have always been distributed in different editions, which occasionally change over time. During the last year, we have redefined all of the editions of RAD Studio, creating a new offer. Delphi, C++Builder, and RAD Studio Versions We ...
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Spring4D Conference

The Wiert Corner – Do not forget the early bird sales ends soon for the Spring4D European Conference 2018 – Bergamo Italy, right before Easter 2019. Both the original author and the current maintainer will be there, and it will be a great place to socialize with fellow Spring4D users. Buy tickets: [WayBack] ...
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Tuesday, 18. December 2018

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5 Lessons for Agile Testers from 2018

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Nishi Grover Garg. Every year we see the software industry evolving at a rapid pace. This implies changes in the way testing is conducted within the software lifecycle, test processes, techniques and tools, and the tester’s skill set, too. I’ve been into agile for more ...
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Never ever put OutpugDebugString in code that is meant to run on production systems

The Wiert Corner – I just saw this code in the Delphi RTL enabled for RELEASE builds of the procedure TThreadPool.TQueueWorkerThread.Execute; code: {$IFDEF MSWINDOWS} OutputDebugString(PChar(Format('Thread Exiting: %d', [ThreadId]))); {$ENDIF} Never, ever do this. If you code review code that contains it: ...
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