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Monday, 20. August 2012

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How Do You Feel Ahead of the “World Tour” ?

Te Waka o Delphi – Just for a bit of fun I started new poll today, asking how people feel ahead of the XE3 World Tour. I’ll reset the poll once the World Tour has been under-way for a time and the information being released is “in the wild”, to compare our reaction with our anticipation. Like I say, ...
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Register for the XE3 World Tour Webinar

Te Waka o Delphi – For those who can’t make it to an actual World Tour venue, the registration form is now up for 3 (three) sessions of a webinar alternative on September 10th. By then of course, I expect pretty much everything there is to know will already be out on the blog-wires as the physical World Tour ...
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Reading Version Information from your EXE

Francois on Delphi – Very often, you have to check some information contained in the VERSIONINFO section of your application and most of the examples you can find on the InterWebz are doing it by using this WinAPI routine: GetFileVersionInfo. It certainly works and can be used to get the VersionInfo from any file you ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? François Gaillard @ 23:04
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Reading Version Information from your EXE

Francois on Programming – Very often, you have to check some information contained in the VERSIONINFO section of your application and most of the examples you can find on the InterWebz are doing it by using this WinAPI routine: GetFileVersionInfo. It certainly works and can be used to get the VersionInfo from any file you ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? François Gaillard @ 23:04
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How to serialize a TList of objects with Delphi

Daniele Teti's programming blog – Some weeks ago a customer asked to me if it si possibile serialize a TList of objects. “Hey, you should use a TObjectList for this”, I said, but he absolutely needs (I dont know why) of a TList. This is the (simple) sample code tested with Delphi XE2 Update4. Enjoy.   unit Unit4;   ...
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Understanding Drag and Drop Operations In Delphi, with Examples

About Delphi Programming – VCL :: Moving an object with the mouse button pressed is usually called dragging, and what happens when we end dragging by releasing the mouse button is called dropping. Delphi makes it easy to program dragging & dropping into our applications. We can even drag and drop from one form to ...

Sunday, 19. August 2012

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Creating a PDF: FMX and OS X in sweet harmony

Delphi Haven – In a previous post I walked through how to create a simple PDF viewer in Delphi XE2 using the OS X API. Recently, I got a follow up question about using the API to create a PDF, and more particularly, create a PDF by drawing to a FMX TCanvas. In principle this shouldn’t be too hard to do, ...
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Cool New Tool: Delphi Code Coverage

Nick Hodges – Code Coverage is an interesting topic – Wikipedia defines it as “the degree to which the source code of a program has been tested.”  The idea is that you want to measure what percentage of the lines of code in your application are executed when you run your test suite.  The “perfect” test ...
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A little bit of zis, etc. #4

Francois on Delphi – It’s been almost a year… I’ve been pretty busy and I have had some posts in the works for a long time that still needed some attention. I’ve decided it was time to clean the closet and get them out now even if they are more or less in draft mode, provided they can be useful ...
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A little bit of zis, etc. #4

Francois on Programming – It’s been almost a year… I’ve been pretty busy and I have had some posts in the works for a long time that still needed some attention. I’ve decided it was time to clean the closet and get them out now even if they are more or less in draft mode, provided they can be useful ...
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Asphyre Sphinx 2.0.4 & Available On Google Code

Pascal Game Development – Yuriy Kotsarenko (aka Lifepower) from Afterwarp Development (formerly Afterwarp Interactive) announced that Asphyre Sphinx

Saturday, 18. August 2012

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Embedding and playing Sound/Music in a Delphi Application

Francois on Delphi – Or The new old stuff… We had to make the application play specific sounds as a status indicator that doesn’t require the user to look at the screen. To avoid external dependencies, the idea is to embed some WAV files as resources in the executable. Now if you go and search online for some example, ...
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Embedding and playing Sound/Music in a Delphi Application

Francois on Programming – Or The new old stuff… We had to make the application play specific sounds as a status indicator that doesn’t require the user to look at the screen. To avoid external dependencies, the idea is to embed some WAV files as resources in the executable. Now if you go and search online for some example, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? François Gaillard @ 10:55

Friday, 17. August 2012

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RAD Studio XE3 World Tour - my cities

Sip from the Firehose – The RAD Studio XE3 World Tour starts next week in cities around the world.  You can find many of the upcoming cities on the world tour page at http://www.embarcadero.com/world-tour.  All of the Embarcadero evangelists and many of our partners will be helping with the launch events.  It will be great ...
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Thursday, 16. August 2012

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Pascal Gamer Is Coming Back Soon in Podcast Form

Pascal Game Development – It has been a long time since a new issue of the Pascal Gamer Magazine has been released, but fret not! It will be returning in a new format soon. Podcasting! Yes, that's right Mr. Jason McMillen (me) will be doing frequent podcasts. Definately audio, but there
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