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Wednesday, 2. May 2012

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Introducing “Train” — JavaScript-based build automation

RemObjects Blogs – Today i’m excited to talk about a new side project that Carlo and i have been working on in our spare time over the past couple of months: Train. But let me start with some background. Here at RemObjects Software, we use a sophisticated (but home grown) continuous integration system spread ...
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June 1, 2012: Delphi Xe2 DataSnap Development Training

Dr.Bob's Delphi Notes – On Friday, June 1st, 2012, I'm offering an in-depth one day (Dutch) Delphi XE2 DataSnap Development training day in Helmond Brandevoort for a limited number of developers, including use of my Delphi XE2 DataSnap Development courseware manual.
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OpenSSL 0.9.8w, 1.0.0i and 1.0.1b

Arvid's Blog – This month’s OpenSSL updates: Direct Links: http://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/openssl-0.9.8w-i386-win32.zip http://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/openssl-0.9.8w-x64_86-win64.zip http://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/openssl-1.0.0i-i386-win32.zip http://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/openssl-1.0.0i-x64_86-win64.zip ...
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Helpers added to DWScript

DelphiTools – In the SVN version, DWScript now has experimental support for helpers. This is a generalization of Delphi’s class helpers, which can be applied to (almost) any type. You can also have multiple helpers per type. The syntax if currently the following: type TMyHelper = helper for ...
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Big Integer musings

The Programming Works – When writing a multiple precision integer arithmetic library you should have in mind two aims – usability and performance, and to reach both is not a trivial task. A modern multiple precision integer implementation in Delphi should be as easy to use as that: var A, B, C: TBigInteger; begin ...
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Movie #70 - Key Tags

LearnDelphi.TV – In this Delphi Programming video (keywords present for the TIOBE index) Alister Christie demonstrates a real world application that was written for a property management company in Wellington, New Zealand to print key labels.  This video can be watched on YouTube, it is about 14 minutes long.
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Tuesday, 1. May 2012

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Fun Code of the Week #3

Nick Hodges – procedure ShowHourGlass(Proc: TProc); begin Screen.Cursor := crHourGlass; try Proc; finally Screen.Cursor := crDefault; end; end;
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Bye Bye Embarcadero!!!

Andreano Lanusse – Dear developers, My Borland history began in Brazil on December of 1995, had so many chapters (Borland/Inprise/CodeGear/Embarcadero), a new and important chapter started in December of 2006 when I moved to the United States and today this chapter comes to an end. Today is my last day at Embarcadero ...
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MathViz 1.0 for iOS approved and in the AppStore now!!!

The Hacker's Corner – MathViz 1.0 AppStore link Before you ask why it’s $0.99 and not free - I wanted to see if I could get a FireMonkey paid app approved, and I’m very happy to say that I could. And anyone can, of course! I will leave it at $0.99 for the next couple of weeks, and anyone that wants to ...
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hcOPF - Time to Start Monkeying Around

TPersistent.com – I’ve put quite a bit of effort as of late getting hcOPF ready for Win64 compilation, and as part of that effort, re-factoring it to support FireMonkey.  The actual code and package changes were relatively minor when compared with trying to understand what was required.  To me this validates ...
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Parsing UTF8 strings

The Programming Works – Windows API functions like CharNextExA do not support UTF8 encoding; you can test CharNextExA with UTF8 codepage (65001) and UTF8 strings and see it does not work. If you need to calculate for example the number of unicode codepoints in UTF8 string you should parse UTF8 string manually. Fortunately ...
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Let Your Delphi Application Be Executed When A Folder Is Right-Clicked in Windows Explorer

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi TIPS :: When a users right-clicks on a folder in Windows Explorer a context popup appears. Beside standard items you can add an item for your application. When a user click the item - your application gets started and you can send it (as a parameter) the folder selected. Read the full ...

Monday, 30. April 2012

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Last Chance for Delphi Developer Days 2012

Let's Get Technical – If you haven't already signed up for this year's Delphi Developer Days with Marco Cantù and me, your opportunity is quickly slipping away. We begin the last leg of our six city tour in just two weeks, and the Frankfurt event is already sold out. This means that our event in Rome, on May 17th and ...
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Dynamic arrays as stacks, tighter JavaScript

DelphiTools – Here is a summary of the changes of recent happenings in the SVN, note that this list doesn’t include the very latest changes and features, which will get an article of their own. Language: dynamic arrays now support Pop(), Peek() and Push() and can be used as stacks. dynamic arrays Add() and ...
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Anouncement: Building Applications in Delphi Using the VCL - Part 2 is now available!

LearnDelphi.TV – Yes that's right, part 2 in my popular series is now available.  You can watch the overview on YouTube, however I understand if your excitement is just uncontainable, so you will want to buy your copy of part 2 (remember to get a copy or six for your friends).  If you don't already have part 1 - ...
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