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Tuesday, 3. July 2012

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Better OnStop

The Delphi Geek – Pop quiz! What’s wrong with this code? FPipeline1 := Parallel.Pipeline .Stage( procedure (const input: TOmniValue; var output: TOmniValue) begin end) .Stage( procedure (const input: TOmniValue; var output: TOmniValue) begin end) .OnStop( ...
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Sizing TComboBox Drop Down List Width - No Cut Off

About Delphi Programming – in TComboBox :: When a combo box is in dropped down state Windows draws a list box type of control to display combo box items for selection. When the length (of a string) of items exceeds the width of the combo box, the items are displayed as cut-off! Calling CB_SETDROPPEDWIDTH and ...
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Introducing EDN Mobile v1.1

Idle Musings of a Delphi Junkie – EDN Mobile A new version of EDN Mobile has been launched, and along with it comes a few new features that moves it from being simply a clone of the http://members.embarcadero.com website, to instead starting to harness some of the features found in Android smartphones. I used this opportunity to ...
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Monday, 2. July 2012

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The FMX enumeration anti-pattern

Delphi Haven – Checking up on DelphiFeeds.com, I see a member of Embarcadero Developer Relations (Stephen Ball) has just blogged some example code. In it, he demonstrates a class helper that adds methods for enumerating a FireMonkey control, doing so in a way that just picks out nested objects of a certain class. ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Chris Rolliston @ 23:13
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It's That Time Again: Gateway Ticketing Needs Delphi Developers

Nick Hodges – My company, Gateway Ticketing, is hiring again. We are looking for Delphi developers. Actually, having Delphi skills is great, but we are mostly interested in smart people that know what they are doing when developing high-quality software.  We love Delphi and C#, but in the end, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nick@nickhodges.com @ 22:05
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Class Helper’s with FireMonkey

Stephen Ball – One of FireMonkeys really cool features is the way objects can be parented to other objects, and I’ve been using this a lot in demo’s I’ve been writing recently. Supporting this are properites for TFMXObject.ChildrenCount and TFMXObject.Children (introduced on TFMXObject). Using ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Stephen Ball @ 17:37
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Getting a Lock on Delphi

Let's Get Technical – Some of Delphi's more powerful and best kept secrets have actually been in the product since the beginning, and in this short post I want to point out one of these, a feature that most Delphi developers I talk to are unaware of. Last October I gave a keynote address in Düsseldorf, Germany, as part ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? noreply@blogger.com @ 17:33

Sunday, 1. July 2012

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Restoring Quick Config on a TMS AdvStringGrid

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – I recently purchased the TMS Component Pack mainly because of the grid capabilities TMS offers over Delphi's native grid. So I started playing around with the grid and flipping things on and off to see how the grid would be affected.I was playing around with the "Set Look" option of the Quick ...
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Saturday, 30. June 2012

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TVirtualInterface: A Truly Dynamic and Even Useful Example

Nick Hodges – Introduction This is the third article in a series about using TVirtualInterface.  The two previous articles are TVirtualInterface: Interfaces without an Implementing Class and TVirtualInterface: Next Steps. Okay, enough with the not-all-that-useful examples.  I mean, the previous ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nick@nickhodges.com @ 23:25

Friday, 29. June 2012

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Showing hierarchical data in the NSOutlineView

RemObjects Blogs – Today I want to talk about representing hierarchical data in a Mac application. Cocoa offers the nice UI control NSOutlineView for this. As the hierarchical data we can use a Data Abstract Schema instance which can contain various tables, fields, parameters, statements and many other objects. ...
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Caterpillar 3D animation using Delphi XE2 and FireMonkey

Sip from the Firehose – Our fabulous Russian Software Consultant, Vsevolod Leonov ("Seva") has posted a video on YouTube that shows a Delphi XE2 FireMonkey 3D animated Caterpillar moving across the screen. The animated caterpiller was built with FireMonkey 3D spheres, animations and 3 lines of code!!!  According to Seva, ...
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Different EurekaLog settings for 'Debug' and 'Release' profiles

EurekaLog Blog – This article is supposed to answer on one common question asked by our customers. They want to use different EurekaLog settings for different compilation profiles. Sometimes even no use EurekaLog at all for some specific profile. This article will explain how to do this. Well, first - ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Александр Алексеев @ 17:49
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EurekaLog 7.0.01 is out

EurekaLog Blog – We are pleased to announce the availability of the new 7.0.01 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 ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Александр Алексеев @ 16:19
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New Delphi Book You Should Not Miss: "Delphi XE2 Foundations"

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Books :: There are not so many Delphi books being published recently - so when one gets to the print - you should not miss it! The Delphi XE2 Foundations by Chris Rolliston documents the foundations of Embarcadero Delphi XE 2 development, providing a detailed and up-to-date reference and ...

Thursday, 28. June 2012

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Programmer Productivity: Using the Keyboard Better

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – I can’t believe this argument is still going on, but there are actually programmers out there who still argue that plain old text editors are more productive than IDEs for programming. I could write for days and cite hundreds of studies about why they’re wrong, but today I’m just ...
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