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Wednesday, 6. March 2013

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Embarcadero releases FireDAC – f.k.a. AnyDAC

Olaf Monien – Embarcadero recently announced that they purchased the AnyDAC component library (which is an excellent Data Access library for almost every DB on the market) It looks like the deal is completely finished and AnyDAC is now being offered under it’s new name “FireDAC” – which ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Olaf Monien @ 21:19
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Developer Wanted

The Delphi Geek – The following text is a job offer for a Slovenian developer and is therefore written in Slovenian language. Iščemo Delphi razvijalca za izpeljavo večmesečnega projekta. Zahteve: zna (ali se je pripravljen naučiti) osnovega dela z zbirnikom. Projekt je dvodelen, prva faza vsebuje predelavo ...
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We are hiring!

blog.gurock.com – Last year has been great for us here at Gurock Software and we are very grateful for all the new customers, partners and teams we had the opportunity to work with. Just like last year we are looking into expanding our team in 2013 and we have some great projects lined up, especially for TestRail ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Dennis Gurock @ 15:19
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Quick CGI SpellChecker

Leonardo's blog – Here's a small CGI program that provides spellchecking services based on GNU Aspell. I use it on a local network where Delphi Win32 clients connects to this CGI hosted on an Apache Server, running on Linux, to ask for spelling suggestions.This simple spellchecker has a small API that does the very ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Leonardo M. Ramé @ 15:12
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How to get FireDAC for Lazarus/FPC

Parallel Pascal Worlds – You can't... thanks to Embarcadero... Send them a thanks letter.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? donaldshimoda @ 05:54

Tuesday, 5. March 2013

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Memory leaks detection

Behind the connection – The subject of memory leaks detection is frequently invoked and yet, lots of people still wonder how to do it! There are a lot of tools on the market for that purpose. I will talk about the two that I am using: FastMM madExcept FastMM FastMM is actually the memory manager included with Delphi ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? François Piette @ 22:53
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Migration to XE3: ADO complete

The Delphi Disciple – If you've been following this (often tortuous) path of how we are going to migrate our 14 year old software from Delphi 6 to XE3, you'll know that our only real stumbling block was the fact we were using the now defunct ODBCExpress database component set. We needed to move to a different tool that ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jason Sweby @ 11:10

Monday, 4. March 2013

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FireDAC Tip#1: Installation

Marco's Tech Blog – I'm going to publish a few blog posts about FireDAC, starting with some installation notes.  At this initial time, the FireDAC installer is a separate installer (separate from RAD Studio) and you need to close all RAD Studio instances to install. This is the initial page of the installer: ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 18:24

Sunday, 3. March 2013

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How to get FireDAC for Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio

Delphi Insider – By now, you have probably seen the announcements about FireDAC, an enterprise-class data access development library for multiple devices including Windows, Mac, and Mobile. FireDAC works seamlessly with Embarcadero's Delphi, C++Builder, and RAD Studio multi-device development solutions. FireDAC ...
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Create Your Own Magical Delphi Tour

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – There is no time like the present to create your own "Magical Delphi Tour". I'm currently working on upgrading a software program that turns twenty years old in 2014. Wow, who would have thunk it. You are probably thinking, "Delphi wasn't around in 1994", and you would be correct. However, ...
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Saturday, 2. March 2013

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Heroes From the Past: Joan of Arc

Pascal Game Development – We at Green Sauce Games are glad to announce the release of our second match-3 game, Heroes from the Past: Joan of Arc, released yesterday (February 26th) on Big Fish Games portal.
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First FireDAC Delphi Xe3 application

Felix Colibri – FireDAC Multi-Device Data Access Library : installation, first Delphi XE3 application with a tAdConnection and tAdQuery

Friday, 1. March 2013

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Flotsam and Jetsam #81

Nick Hodges – Embarcadero has revealed their plans for AnyDAC – and it is called FireDAC after all.  Marco blogged about it and has all the links.  Looks like all XE Enterprise developers get it as an upgrade/add-on, and Pro users can buy it for $399.  I upgraded this site to BlogEngine.net ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nick@nickhodges.com @ 22:36
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Embarcadero DROPS Anydac support for Linux

Parallel Pascal Worlds – Embarcadero buy Anydac company and transform to Firedac product. They promise two weeks ago to ENHANCE this libraries, Dmirty Areiev (former anydac developer) also promise that. Great news right  Wrong! Embarcadero can only innovate on provide us with stupid marketing ideas , restricting ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? donaldshimoda @ 21:37
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Is it possible to build a better dynamic array? Presenting sliced array.

From Zero To One – From the last post about array handling in TAnyValue (and in general), I was looking to make the IAnyArray as powerful and useful as I could. As I told you, my goal is to make a strong infrastructure around and on top of TAnyValue. And so I thought about it. Simple TList clone with more features was ...
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