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Monday, 17. December 2012

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Listening to the Clipboard: Delphi Clipboard Spy with Custom Clipboard Formats

About Delphi Programming – in Advanced Delphi :: Clipboard stores information in multiple formats so we can transfer data between applications that use different formats. When reading information from the clipboard with Delphi's TClipboard class, we are limited to standard clipboard formats: text, pictures and metafiles. ...
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Having fun with FireMonkey 2 multimedia components

Delphi Bistro – The other day I started to play with the multimedia components included on FireMonkey. I went to the web and found a couple of demos from Embarcadero. Took my time to look at the demos and followed the steps to build the demo. Cool! It worked fine! No surprises there I suppose. However, I got to ...
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Sunday, 16. December 2012

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FMX OnCloseQuery and OnClose woes on OS X – fixing QC 111362 (+ another bug)

Delphi Haven – If you’ve attempted to use FMX to write an application targeting OS X, you may well have come across CloseQuery bugs – for me it’s generally been any dialog shown by a form’s OnCloseQuery handler having a tendancy to show twice, though you can also get the opposite problem, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Chris Rolliston @ 22:36

Saturday, 15. December 2012

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DataSnap XE3 concurrency problems and Update1

Daniele Teti's programming blog – If you know DataSnap, probably you know the famous post by Roberto Schneiders about the its stability problems (http://robertocschneiders.wordpress.com/2012/11/22/datasnap-analysis-based-on-speed-stability-tests/). Now, after some (right) dust cloud, in the Update 1 Embarcadero fixed some bugs. I ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Daniele Teti @ 01:36

Friday, 14. December 2012

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Hit the road, Jack! Go RAD Studio XE3!

Pawel Glowacki – Blog is very much like a "log". Place to make a note of something that heppened. I like to document here different events that I’m presenting on or at least participating in. Programming events I mean… The more events there is and the more frequent they get, it is more and more difficult ...
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Cross-platform development the FireMonkey way

Delphi Bistro – What is FireMonkey? FireMonkey is cross-platform Framework developed by Embarcadero. FireMonkey was originally designed by Eugene Kryukov in the company “KSDev” as VGScene. In 2011 Embarcadero acquired the rights to the software and renamed it to FireMonkey. FireMonkey is included, along ...
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The 25 days of C++mas - December 13 - Migrating C++Builder Code to 64-bits

Sip from the Firehose – On Wednesday morning, December 12, at the CodeRage 7 C++ Conference, Bruneau Babet (Embarcadero C++ R&D Engineer) presented a session showing developers how to migrate their C++Builder XE3 32-bit applications to 64-bit Windows.  Bruneau’s session covered some of the differences between the ...
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Setting up RAD Studio to use LiveTiles.

Stephen Ball – Having had a few questions around using LiveTiles with Windows 8, I have decided to record a video showing you exactly how to setup and run the steps defined for installing LiveTimes onto Windows 8. These steps are fully documented at docwiki (as you will see in the video) The link to the URL used ...
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DataSnap Webinar Q&A

Marco's Tech Blog – I've finally found the time to collect and share the questions and answers at the webinar on DataSnap I gave a couple of weeks ago. I thought about a blog post, but after pages and pages, I realized it would have been much better to put the 7-pages list in a PDF, which you can download below. ...
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Resources/Links

Brian Long – We’ve just come to the end of the latest run of Developer Direct webinars on Delphi and C++Builder that I posted about when they started. The closing slide had a bundle of collated links on, so I thought I would copy (and, where necessary, correct) them into a post and make them searchable/locatable ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Brian Long @ 13:31
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Conference season has (for me) departed

Brian Long – It’s been a busy 6 weeks for me in terms of conferences. I used to be a regular speaker on Delphi and C++Builder topics at international conferences in the late 1990s and early to mid-2000s, but haven’t really been doing much in that area in the last semi-decade for various reasons that have no ...
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RAD Studio XE3 new features

Brian Long – Delphi XE3, C++Builder XE3 and RAD Studio XE3 have been out a few months now. Back in October, David I released a video per day of the month to highlight new features in some of the various products that make up RAD Studio XE3: Delphi XE3, C++Builder XE3 and HTML5 Builder (I didn’t immediately ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Brian Long @ 05:36

Thursday, 13. December 2012

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Capturing console output with Delphi 2010/XE (revised)

Random thoughts on coding – Following my previous post (Capturing console output with Delphi 2010/XE) and with all the great comments received on it, I have decided to publish the new solution provided by Lübbe Onken which solves the hanging issue when capturing the output for different kind of commands like ping, ...
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Aurelius objects everywhere - Distributed applications using JSON

TMS Software Blog – TMS Aurelius version 1.7, released a couple of weeks ago, introduced a new feature that was often requested by users: JSON support. You may ask yourself, why is that so important? Can't I "use JSON" already with Delphi itself using JSONMarshal class, or even by a 3rd party library like Super Object? ...
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Desktop HTML5 apps game changer? node-webkit

DelphiTools – Recently stumbled upon node-webkit, an open-source from  Intel Open Source Technology Center, which is deliciously “simple”: combine a standalone webkit (Chromium) build and node.js into a runtime. Webkit/Chromium brings a high-performance HTML5 environment with JavaScript JITting ...
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