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Monday, 14. May 2012

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Partial Classes in DWScript

DelphiTools – Support for partial classes has been added to DWScript: they can be declared as “class partial (TAncestor)” as well as with the Oxygene syntax “partial class (TAncestor)” syntax. Partial classes allow to split the definition and implementation of a class over multiple files, ...

Sunday, 13. May 2012

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Modal Search Dialog Expert Beta 2 (D2010 and fixes)

Uwe's Delphi blog – I have fixed some bugs in the Modal Search Dialog Expert, added support for D2010 and here is now Beta 2. For more information about the Modal Search Dialog Expert check my first Modal Search blog post. This is the list of the changes: Added D2010 support Fixed RegEx focus bug (search did not ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Uwe Schuster @ 23:52
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Plan Ahead When It Comes To FireMonkey & iOS

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – I don't intend to move to XE2 or XE(next) anytime soon, I have my hands full just porting over my old applications from D5 to D2010. However, I would like to take advantage of FireMonkey and the iOS market when the time is right so I'm planning ahead and so can you.I am currently working on adding ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Michael Riley @ 15:19
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Introducing RADSplit Beta (DOWNLOAD NOW!)

OTAPI – Yesterday I announced on Google+ that I was working on a small (but very useful) RAD Studio (Delphi and C++ Builder) plugin I call “RADSplit”. Today I am happy to announce a full BETA release is available for RAD Studio 2007 to XE2! Please head over to the temporary RADSplit page to ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Simon J Stuart @ 12:50

Saturday, 12. May 2012

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Cloud Storage: GDrive, SkyDrive, or DropBox?

Marco's Tech Blog – Over the last two weeks I've been playing a bit with the three main cloud storage services and their respective Windows applications, that let you map a folder to remote storage. I've read countless blog posts about the license agreements and I really think that despite the different wording they ...
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Friday, 11. May 2012

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Metro UI in Visual Studio 2011

Delphi Code Monkey – A recent blog post on MS's blogs, here shows the differences between the beta and release candidate gui: I was looking at their UI and thinking about it, and you know what it reminds me of? This: That's GEOS on a Commodore 64, in about 1988. So, Metro is GEOS 2012. What do you guys think? Is ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Warren Postma @ 22:12
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Creating an Android Client with RemObjects SDK for Java and Oxygene for Java

RemObjects Blogs – A short introduction to using RemObjects SDK for Java and Oxygene for Java to create a Android client application for a RemObjects SDK server. RemObjects SDK is a remoting framework for creating and using smart services and service orientated solutions.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? RemObjects TV @ 01:56
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SmartMS Demos

The Delphi Geek – The Smart Mobile Studio is nearing its release date (no, can’t tell you when, but it will be soon, really soon) and it’s time to revisit my demos. You test them all from my website (just click on the images) and access the source code. If you don’t (yet) have Smart, you can browse OPP file with my ...

Thursday, 10. May 2012

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The Importance of Compatibility

RemObjects Blogs – When you are choosing a tool or library for Android development it is really important to consider platform compatibility. Some tools only support the latest and greatest version of Android, while the majority of devices are still running Gingerbread. It is always useful to consult the monthly ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 16:20
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Free White Paper for Integrating FireMonkey into VCL, Visual Studio C# and C++ Applications

Stephen Ball – Free White Paper and Source Code! White Paper - Integrating FireMonkey into Exisiting VCL, C# and C++ Applications and are you either a Windows software developer using Visual Studio.. or A programmer who has been using VCL in Delphi and C++Builder? if so, you may be interested in incorporating ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Stephen Ball @ 13:19
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Debugging a (FireMonkey) library with Delphi and C++ Builder

Stephen Ball – If you have ever wondered how to debug when developing a library… than this 2 minute video is for you! This video uses code from my free white paper for developing multi-platform libraries Download the white paper for Integrating FireMonkey into C++, C#, Delphi VCL, and C++ Builder ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Stephen Ball @ 12:57
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Guest speaker @ Delphi Develpers Days in Rome

Daniele Teti's programming blog – Next week I’ll be the guest speaker at the Delphi Developers Days held in Rome by (and with) Marco Cantù and Cary Jensen. Marco and Cary are very good speakers and very expert developers, so will be nice to be there with them and I want to thank them for inviting me. My talk will be [...]
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Daniele Teti @ 00:06
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Congratulations to our 2012 survey iPad Winner!

JT @ Embarcadero – Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2012 RAD Studio, Delphi, and C++Builder developer surveys. Your input has been very valuable in helping us understand your usage, goals, challenges, and needs from Embarcadero.  As a thank you for your participation we raffled off one new iPad and the ...

Wednesday, 9. May 2012

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Keeping Screen Resolution in Mind

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – I'm redoing an old Delph 5 app that forced a screen resolution of 640 x 480 on the users. At the time this application was deveopled that screen resolution was acceptable but not anymore. Todays endless arrays of screen resolutions brings on new challenges. One of the things I plan on doing at ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Michael Riley @ 23:15
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Quality is Job #1?

TPersistent.com – Today I got frustrated by XE2 rewriting the DPR source file when switching between 64 and 32 bit Windows targets.  Eurekalog doesn’t compile yet for Win64, so I added a conditional directive around that unit in the DPR source.  When XE2 undid my change, I turned to Quality Central to see if ...
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