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Sunday, 8. May 2016

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Thomas Mueller's 10.1 Berlin updates to IDE Explorer Expert, Delphi74BDS and Custom Container Pack

Sip from the Firehose – Thomas Mueller has reported on the Delphi G+ community that he now has released RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin versions of the IDE Explorer Expert, Delphi7 Help4BDS plug-in and the Custom Container Pack. The IDE Explorer Expert is a package based expert that installs into the Delphi IDE and displays ...
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Saturday, 7. May 2016

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Webinar May 19: Introducing RAD Server - Walk Through an example Real World Scenario in Creating a Modern Retail Customer Experience Solution

Sip from the Firehose – This webinar will introduce you to our new product of the Embarcadero portfolio - RAD Server. RAD Server provides you the perfect back end for your Delphi and C++ apps, without breaking your bank. RAD Server allows you to create Enterprise class applications without the Enterprise class costs! ...
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Flotsam and Jetsam #113

Delphi-losophy – I’d like to offer my public and profuse thanks to the Danish Delphi Developers group – and most notably MVP Jens Fudge and his family – for their wonderful hospitality while I was in Denmark presenting at the DAPUG group.  I talked for two days and had a great time.  They were also kind ...
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Movie #114 - Indentation

LearnDelphi.TV – In this six minute video we look at the various techniques that can be used to indent and format code - some you will probably know - others you might not.
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Friday, 6. May 2016

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A Case for YAGNI?

TPersistent.com – I have worked with Delphi for a long time now (since D1), and am embarrassed to say that for the first time today, something occurred to me I have never thought of before.  I was waiting for DX Seattle to finish compiling a rather large project, or more accurately link it.  I was threading some ...
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Rest Server Authentication using JWT (JSON Web Token)

TMS Software Blog – When building HTTP Servers with TMS Business frameworks - more specifically Rest/JSON servers with TMS XData - you can use the builtin authentication and authorization mechanism to protect server resources/requests. Such mechanism is actually implemented in our lower-level framework TMS Sparkle and ...

Thursday, 5. May 2016

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Updates to Everything

RemObjects Blogs – Hi everyone. Hot on the heels of our major new releases in March, we’ve just shipped a round of small interim updates across the entire product line, including Elements 8.3, Remoting SDK and Data Abstract 9.0, as well as Hydra 4. These are minor interim releases that focus on bug fixes and smaller ...
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Fire up your business and users with RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin's “Enterprise Strong” Desktop, Mobile, Database, Server, Cloud and IoT Solutions

Sip from the Firehose – Webinar: Fire up your business and users with RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin's “Enterprise Strong” Desktop, Mobile, Database, Server, Cloud and IoT Solutions Date/Time(s)/Registration: Thursday, May 5, 2016 6am, 11am and 5pm PDT Please register for the date and time that works best for you: ...
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Perth Meeting – 17th May

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Perth ADUG Meeting – May 17th Where Artifactory  8/16 Guthrie St, Osborne Park WA 6017 When Tuesday 17th May.  6pm start Agenda :- Marcos pizza courtesy of Embarcadero Lachlan Gemmel – to present on Berlin’s new features and changes Scott – fill-ins and some useful ...
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MVP of the Week: Nick Hodges

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I feel like I’ve known Nick Hodges as long as I’ve been using Delphi. He is as much a part of the Delphi community as anyone else, especially with the distinction of writing the first 3rd party component for Delphi: TSmily. I believe Nick was also an original member of TeamB, moderating ...
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Wednesday, 4. May 2016

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Melbourne Meeting – May 2016

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 23rd May at 6 for 6:15pm start. RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin – Malcolm Groves  – Code Partners Malcolm went to Berlin to attended the launch of RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin (including Delphi and C++Builder 10.1 Berlin) so he is well qualified to give us the heads up.… Continue reading ...
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Tuesday, 3. May 2016

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Revisiting persisting app settings in the cloud

TMS Software Blog – Back in 2013, I wrote a blog on persisting application settings in the cloud like Google Chrome for example does. The solution presented at that time was using the DropBox cloud service. The technique was quite simple. Persist settings in an INI file and automatically store and retrieve this INI ...
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The Parsing Problem

TPersistent.com – One of the major stumbling blocks Delphi tool developers have to overcome is the parsing problem.  Any add-in that allows re-factoring of code at any level must first parse it accurately enough to provide the additional functionality.  While Visual Studio has a VSIP (Visual Studio Integration ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Larry Hengen @ 00:17

Monday, 2. May 2016

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RAD Studio Quality Update After 10.1 Berlin

Marco's Tech Blog – The release of RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin marks another step towards improving the overall product quality and the company process of managing customer reported issues. Issues Fixed in Berlin Let me focus on 10.1 Berlin first. As we stated publicly (see slide below), in this release the team ...
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Hensel’s lifting

The Programming Works – Number theory is full of gems that turn into effective algorithms demanded in cryptography. Consider the congruence where N is odd, and R > N is a power of 2. Probably the most effective algorithm to solve it is based on the Hensel’s lemma; the corollary that applies for our congruence is: ...
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