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Wednesday, 10. April 2019

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Containers and Testing: Friends or Foes?

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Michael Solomon PhD CISSP PMP CISM Virtualized container use in software application development and deployment is increasing across nearly all industry verticals. Containers provide advantages of virtualization without draining computing resources. When used in the ...
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ILockable/TLockable/Lockable. Similar to IManaged in Spring4D, but provides a Locked interface.

The Wiert Corner – Had to use this to start solving threading issues in a project I inherited a while ago in a temporary way before doing a huge refactoring. Will likely need it in the future as well: ILockable/TLockable/Lockable. Similar to IManaged in Spring4D, but provides a Locked interface.. ...
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Tuesday, 9. April 2019

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Detecting the Delphi edition that is installed

The Wiert Corner – Via [WayBack] In what ways can you detect which edition of Delphi in installed from the installed files? I’m trying to distinguish between Standard, Professional, E… – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers – Google+ Different Delphi editions have different msbuild support files. For instance ...
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TMS FNC Cloud Pack BETA

TMS Software Blog – First BETA! We are excited to announce the first BETA of the TMS FNC Cloud Pack! What's included Included in the first BETA of the TMS FNC Cloud Pack is the ability to create/implement your own service(s). There is a small accompanying guide available after installation, that explains a few of the ...
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When generics and VCL controls bite you: memory overwrites when you show the control usually ending up in access violations

The Wiert Corner – Recently I got bitten by the 2013 reported http://qc.embarcadero.com/wc/qcmain.aspx?d=112101 (too bad the site is gone and the WayBack machine doesn’t have it archived) as a result of [WayBack] delphi – Why do I get access violations when a control’s class name is very, very long? ...
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Monday, 8. April 2019

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Deep Dive into Design Patterns

The Delphi Geek – While writing Design Patterns with Delphi, I spent quite some time researching existing literature on design patterns implementation in Delphi, design patterns in other languages, other types of patterns, design principles and so on …In case you would like to dig deeper than the book takes you, here ...
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Friday, 5. April 2019

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Tester’s Diary: Training Up and Reinforcing Practices

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Carol Brands. Does adding a new team member speed things up or slow things down? I think most people recognize that it does both. Initially, it slows things down: The new team member needs to be trained, and that takes time away from the usual daily activities of whoever ...
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Video: Introduction to Fire

RemObjects Blogs – After a few years of hiatus for RemObjects TV, we're finally ramping up our video production again, and I'm very pleased to share our first new "modern" Elements video, which gives a quick overview of our Fire IDE for Mac, including a quick look at how to share code between projects for different ...
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Thursday, 4. April 2019

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Detecting if a debugger is present is different from detecting if an IDE is present.

The Wiert Corner – I have seen this happen in various environments: people wanting to detect if their debugger is present, but trying to detect their IDE, or vice versa. Similar reasoning is for detecting for being running on a console, or your project having been built to run on a console. People use these decisions, ...
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Firemonkey/Isometric at master · tothpaul/Firemonkey

The Wiert Corner – This shows you how to do 2.5D isometric projection in Delphi using Firemonkey: [WayBack] Firemonkey/Isometric at master · tothpaul/Firemonkey. [WayBack] Isometric projection – Wikipedia. Via: [WayBack] I wonder what the best approach would be to use FireMonkey to develop an isometric 2.5D game ...
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Delphi: do NOT use duplicate GUIDs on interfaces

The Wiert Corner – One of the things when fixing bugs in an old codebase is wading through technical debt. A quick win is to get rid of duplicate GUIDs when interface portions have been copy-paste re-used: interfaces with the same GUID are treated the same with as casts even if they are different. the compiler does ...
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Wednesday, 3. April 2019

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TMS WEB Core v1.2 Padua beta is here for TMS ALL-ACCESSS users

TMS Software Blog – Our team is working around the clock for the huge update that TMS WEB Core v1.2 is. The combination of the number of improvements and new features is mind-blowing. We thought it was time to give our TMS WEB Core v1.2 Padua beta in your hands so you can not only benefit from the many improvements ...
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Delphi, attributes, RTTI and the IDE

The Wiert Corner – Reminder to self: [WayBack] It took me a while to address an awful IDE crash issue. If you install a design time package which uses RTTI to populate custom attributes declared in… – Baoquan Zuo – Google+ TL;DR: be very careful using the built-in RTTI support objects as when they ...
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A new problem, a new stack

Rob's Technology Corner – Time to RewriteIn the past year, my employer decided to rewrite our Internal Application.     It's not something we took lightly, the current Delphi Application is over 5 Million lines of code.     So as we rewrite portions of that existing application we will need to ...
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Tuesday, 2. April 2019

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What Testers Should Be Automating

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Justin Rohrman. When the topic of test automation comes up in a conversation between testers, most of the time the answer — even before any context is given — is “Selenium.” Selenium is a fine tool, but it is good for a small number of tasks, and there are many comparable ...
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