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Wednesday, 5. December 2012

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RemObjects Oxygene - more than just .NET (or Prism)

Dr.Bob's Delphi Notes – The release of "XE3" reduced the number of editions for Embarcadero Prism to just one: the Professional edition, which means Embarcadero Prism is from now on no more than RemObjects' Oxygene, and in fact a bit less.
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Blast from the Past: Developers and Economics

Nick Hodges – Here's another article from my series at CodeFez -- and here's the response that Steve Teixeira wrote to it.  The comments on both are a pretty interesting discussion. I never cease to be amazed at how little the average developer knows about economics. I mean, I don't claim to be an ...
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The 25 days of C++mas - December 4 - the path to C++11 and the future

Sip from the Firehose – With C++Builder XE3 and the upcoming release of the C++11 compatible 64-bit compiler for Windows, Embarcadero embraces the C++11 language and delivers the only agile C++ solution for creating native applications for Windows and Mac. This release also paves the way for single-source, multi-device ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 02:19
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Are you eligible?

Idle Musings of a Delphi Junkie – A couple of weeks ago, I implemented a new EDN feature which may have gone unnoticed by many of you. When you log into Member Services, you will now see a new ‘My eligible field tests’ option in the navigation bar to the left. My eligible field tests navigation element When you click on ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Clegg @ 01:25
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The 25 days of C++mas - December 3 - survey of favorite C++11 features

Sip from the Firehose – A few weeks ago, I created a survey asking our C++Builder customers and CodeRage 7 C++ conference registrants to rank order their favorite C++11 language and library features.  Thank you to all of those who have taken the survey so far. The ranked survey results [1] as of December 3, 2012 are: ...
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Tuesday, 4. December 2012

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Last Call - Windows 8 Webinar

Stephen Ball – I’m just finishing in Rome from another great FireMonkey session (in partnership with BitTime). Before I leave for the airport, I wanted to remind everyone that tomorrow we are running in 3 time zone a great Windows 8 session looking at what is new in Windows 8 and how to get your Delphi and ...
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What's New in FireMonkey FM2 Webinar with David I today

Delphi Insider – Join David I for "What's New in FireMonkey FM2". Choice of two times today or two times Thursday. Register to attend for this free webinar at: http://embt.co/V6R5Hu This lunch and learn will cover several of the new features in FireMonkey FM2 including (but not limited to): * Anchors and ...
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Understanding and Processing Keyboard events in Delphi

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Language :: Get familiar with the OnKeyDown, OnKeyUp, and onKeyPress Delphi event procedures to respond to various key actions or handle and process ASCII characters along with other special purpose keys. Read the full article to get a better Understanding and Processing Keyboard events ...
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Blast from the Past: My Plans for DevCo

Nick Hodges – Now here is a true Blast from the Past from March 8, 2006 during the early days of "DevCo".  This one ought to provoke some discussion.  What of this list has actually come to pass?  Joe Mele tossed his name out there as the potential CEO of DevCo.  Well, I'll ...
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The 25 days of C++mas - December 2 - some of my favorite C++11 links

Sip from the Firehose – There are many C++11 websites, blog posts, videos and articles available that will help you take advantage of the new C++Builder XE3 64-bit compiler when it is released this month. Here are a few of my favorite C++ language and C++Builder sites, blogs, articles and videos. ISOCPP.org - News, ...
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Monday, 3. December 2012

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The 25 days of C++mas - December 1 - C++Builder XE3 64-bit compiler

Sip from the Firehose – C++Builder XE3, Embarcadero’s multi-platform C++ development solution for creating native applications for Windows and Mac, delivers the best of both worlds - a highly compliant C++11 64-bit Windows toolchain with an agile development solution. Now you can use the latest C++ features and libraries ...
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Oxygene “Nougat” BETA 2 is out!

RemObjects Blogs – On Friday, we shipped BETA 2 of Oxygene “Nougat“, the next major platform for our Oxygene language (in case you have missed it or have been living under a rock, Nougat is “Oxygene for Cocoa” and brings your favorite programming language to native Mac and iOS development. You ...
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Overview of the Oxygene Programming Language

RemObjects Blogs – A general overview of the RemObjects Oxygene programming language and features. Includes demos of Visual Studio 2012 enhancements, Windows 8 Modern UI programming, Android development and iOS app development. [Echoes, Cooper & Nougat]
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DataSnap Rest Client using TMS Aurelius and TMS Data Modeler

TMS Software Blog – Delphi sessions of Code Rage 7 conference happened on beginning of November. One of the sessions, presented by Olaf Monien, was about building a DataSnap Rest Client using TMS Aurelius and TMS Data Modeler. It's an great video for those interested in learning more about DataSnap, REST and course, ...
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EurekaLog 7.0.04 is out

EurekaLog Blog – We are pleased to announce the availability of the new 7.0.04 version. EurekaLog is a tool for Delphi and C++Builder that gives your application the power to catch every exception and memory leak, generating a detailed log of the call stack (with unit, procedure and line number), optionally ...
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