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Thursday, 19. December 2019

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Is Software Reliability Engineering the New Testing?

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Peter G Walen. Reliability engineering is an interesting thought exercise for me. I think that is because people often conflate quality with testing and quality assurance with quality control. They use terms interchangeably, ignoring what they mean. I get it. It is easy to ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Marialena Perpiraki @ 17:00
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TMS certified consulting partner: FlixEngineering LLC

TMS Software Blog – Company history: Since 1996, Dr. Holger Flick has been using Delphi as his primary development platform and has been an active member of the community. He studied computer science at Dortmund University and later wrote his dissertation at the Ruhr University in Bochum in the field of ...
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Delphi Android 64-bit In-App-Purchase Fix

Marco's Tech Blog – After our release of RAD Studio 10.3.3, which includes for the first time Delphi Android 64-bit support, a few customers have reported issues with when recompiling applications that use the TInAppPurchase component. When these applications are compiled for 64-bit Android and runtime they raise an ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 10:11
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Delphi: 2 things to check when FMX/VCL units are inserted when you use VCL/FMX components

The Wiert Corner – On G+, Tom Field bumped in the [WayBack] issue that the IDE would add VCL units to the uses list when putting FMX controls on a form. I’ve observed it the other way around as well, and there are two things you need to check: the FrameworkType element in your .dproj file Nowadays either VCL ...
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Wednesday, 18. December 2019

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IOTAProjectNotifier.Modified notifies when when Project Options have changed…

The Wiert Corner – From: [WayBack] Is there any way using Open Tools to detect when Project Options have changed? This link from +David Hoyle covers a whole bunch of other notifications: … – David Nottage – Google+ IOTAProjectNotifier.Modified Note a direct “IOTAProjectNotifier.Modified” ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 18:04
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Great quote destructors in Delphi development…

The Wiert Corner – No destructor should ever throw an exception. If it does, there’s not really any way to recover from it anyway, so it doesn’t matter if anything leaks because of it. Greate quote by [WayBack] User Rob Kennedy answering [WayBack] interface – Avoiding nested try…finally blocks ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 12:04

Tuesday, 17. December 2019

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Testing Event-Driven Application Architectures: An Asynchronous Approach

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Bob Reselman. Event-driven application architectures make it so that various components in a very large distributed system can communicate and interoperate asynchronously. Event-driven architectures are the glue that binds the various services and components that make up the ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Marialena Perpiraki @ 13:00
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InplaceExeWrapper for those tools that do not allow specifying an output file – twm’s blog

The Wiert Corner – In my bin directory from [WayBack] InplaceExeWrapper Project Top Page – OSDN: [WayBack] InplaceExeWrapper for those tools that do not allow specifying an output file – twm’s blog: There are a lot of command line tools that are very useful, but have one flaw: They directly modify a file ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 12:04
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Delphi: “Override method %s.%s should match case of ancestor %s.%s (H2365)”

The Wiert Corner – If you write consistent code, you will never see [WayBack] Override method %s.%s should match case of ancestor %s.%s (H2365), but a long while ago I bumped into a project where some the developers had trouble using their shift key and failed to use code completion in quite a few parts of the source ...
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Friday, 13. December 2019

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Adding Tools into the IDE

Stephen Ball – Adding tools into the RAD Studio IDE. Now, this isn’t new! But, this week in Sweden, I spoke to a developer who has been using Delphi for years and didn’t know about this handy trick. As I am currently working over a series when I’m developing a RESTful backend and client, it makes ...
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IBX QP Issues Addressed in RAD Studio 10.3.3

Marco's Tech Blog – Along with all of the bugs issues addressed in RAD Studio 10.3.3 and listed at http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Rio/en/New_features_and_customer_reported_issues_fixed_in_RAD_Studio_10.3.3 we also included improvements to the IBX (InterBase eXpress) library that ships with the IDE, ...
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Thursday, 12. December 2019

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Rest Web Service OAuth2

Felix Colibri – Delphi DropBox Rest Service Client using the OAuth2 protocol. Implemented with the tRestClient Delphi components or Indy tIdHttp component. Get the DropBox token, list the files, download and upload files
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TMS FNC Blox for the WEB!

TMS Software Blog – Intro A while back, we brought FNC to the WEB, except TMS FNC Blox was missing due to some deep technical limitations. We can now proudly announce that TMS FNC Blox supports TMS WEB Core! Features Below is a list of features that are supported in TMS FNC Blox. High-quality (anti-aliasing) ...
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Fantastic Tests & Where to Find Them

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Peter G Walen. You get handed an assignment of strategic significance to the organization. You have never worked on this application before and the only information you have is what this change will do. There is nothing on how the system or app currently work or how this ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Marialena Perpiraki @ 10:00
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Delphi ^A syntax: Documented, implied, or undocumented? – Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – The syntax is documented. In the Turbo Pasal 3 documentation, i.e. the Z80 era. Source my answer to [WayBack] Delphi ^A syntax: Documented, implied, or undocumented? – Stack Overflow (I have added some WayBack Internet Archive links below) as it is from the Turbo Pascal era where the caret was ...
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