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Tuesday, 24. April 2012

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Add A Grab Bar To The TSplitter

About Delphi Programming – in VCL Ideas :: The TSplitter Delphi control does a nice job of allowing the user to resize user elements like panels on a form to make the user interface more flexible. A nice to have for a splitter would be to have a grab bar - and here's how to easily paint one on all your splitters - without ...

Monday, 23. April 2012

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Bezier Surface Visualization (from Turbo Pascal to Delphi FireMonkey)

Pawel Glowacki – Today I have been presenting "FireMonkey 3D Programming" session on the SDE event in Zeist in the Netherlands. Bob Swart was so kind and invited me to present on the first session of the day in the "Delphi" conference track and I wanted to prepare a brand new demo to show off the power of ...
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FireMonkey e-Learning Series Starts May 3 - Register Now!

Delphi Insider – We're going to have a new tutorial series on FireMonkey, focusing on starting FireMonkey development for new users and those who are familiar with VCL but new to FireMonkey. If you're interested, you can register at: http://embt.co/FireMonkeyGettingStarted. Getting Started with FireMonkey ...
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GpDelphiUnits update

The Delphi Geek – As always, all units are available on Google Code. DSiWin32 1.66 Implemented DSiSetFileTime and DSiSetFileTimes. Implemented DSiDateTimeToFileTime. TDSiRegistry.ReadBinary, WriteBinary now use RawByteString for data buffer. GpHugeF 6.05 Added logging to TGpHugeFile[Stream]. ...
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Faking HideSelection Property for a TCheckListBox

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi TIPS :: Even when you tab out of a check list box (where focus gets shifted to another control) there will still be a visual indicator for the selected item. I am not interested in what is the selected item (if there is one) nor I want the visual indication of which item is selected ...

Sunday, 22. April 2012

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Creating a delegate at runtime

Delphi sorcery – We know how anonymous methods work in Delphi for a while now. Barry explained how you can use that knowledge to put a delegate into a method pointer and Mason used the enhanced RTTI to get some details about them.So we know that a delegate type (like TProc<T>) is basically an interface with an ...
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Saturday, 21. April 2012

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OmniThreadLibrary 3.01 released

The Delphi Geek – This is mainly bugfix release with only few additions to the codebase. If you are using version 3.0 and not following the SVN trunk, update is very much recommended. Get it now: ZIP, SVN. New features Exception handling added to Parallel.Async. [read more] Task property added to the ...
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PrintDat! now supports Delphi XE2

Sip from the Firehose – I received the following email from Barry McClure of Grebar Systems Inc telling me that PrintDat! now supports Delphi XE2 for 32 and 64 bit Windows. "As of April 1st, we started shipping PrintDAT! v1.60 which works with Delphi XE2 32-bit and 64-bit (VCL). Our PrintDAT! component now has Unicode ...
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Friday, 20. April 2012

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eLearning Series: Getting Started with FireMonkey - begins May 3, 2012

Sip from the Firehose – I am preparing a new "Getting Started with FireMonkey" e-Learning Series which starts on Thursday May 3.  There will be new lessons each Thursday during May 3 to June 28, 2012.  The series will have separate lessons for Delphi and C++ developers. Each week the lessons will start at Delphi language ...
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OmniThreadLibrary Documentation: Join

The Delphi Geek – A long chapter on Parallel.Join has been added to the wiki. All book material is now also available in the Markdown format in the SVN. I have started putting together “the book”. The plan is to release early – most probably when all high-level stuff is covered – and then to regularly publish ...
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Delphi Days 2012

Olaf Monien – Now it is fixed an public. The next release of German Delphi Days are in Heidelberg on 20. – 22. September. All news are coming next days on this Website URL    
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Delphi Days 2012

Daniel Magin's Weblog – Now it is fixed an public. The next release of German Delphi Days are in Heidelberg on 20. – 22. September. All news are coming next days on this Website URL    
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Delphi XE2 Help Update 5

Marco's Tech Blog – Embarcadero has released a new version of the RAD Studio help file, including lots of new material. You can see the announcement on Tim Del Chiaro's blog at  http://delphi-insider.blogspot.com/2012/04/help-update-5-for-delphi-xe2-and.html. The download link (for registered users) is at ...
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Thursday, 19. April 2012

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Help Update 5 for Delphi XE2 and C++Builder XE2 is now available

Delphi Insider – Documentation update #5 for Delphi XE2 and C++Builder XE2 is now available. Download Delphi and C++Builder XE2 Help Update 5 > (Available to registered users of Delphi XE2, C++Builder XE2, RAD Studio XE2 and Embarcadero All-Access) Help Update 5 contains the following major additions: Over ...
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What, exactly, is “native” development?

RemObjects Blogs – Some developers, mostly those tied to unmanaged languages such as C++ or Delphi, define nativeness as compiling directly to the byte code expected by the physical CPU. That’s certainly one way to look at it, but we think it’s imprecise, and doesn’t take into account the full ...
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