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Tuesday, 13. March 2012

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EurekaLog RC 3 (public Win64 test release)

EurekaLog Blog – We've just released EurekaLog 7 RC 3. We are pleased to announce the availability of the new EurekaLog 7.0.0.194 version (RC 3). The main addition for RC 3 is first public access to Win64 support in EurekaLog. You can download and install EurekaLog 7 RC 3 to try EurekaLog for Win64. For more ...
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Record Constructors in Delphi

The Programming Works – Record constructor in Delphi is a language feature that arises questions – what it is and when to use it instead of a record method. If you look at Delphi documentation you will find the following: Records are constructed automatically, using a default no-argument constructor, but classes must ...
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Old School Maze Pascal to JavaScript

DelphiTools – Zarko Gajic recently reposted Kostas Symeonidis’s Maze, this is an old code (2004) that generates a random maze using Prim’s algorithm and solves it. I wondered how it would hold its own when compiled to JavaScript, and by that I mean compiling the old 2004 source… click on the ...
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On Reraising Exceptions in Delphi Exception Handling

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Exceptions :: This is the second (first here) article in a series I've devoted to exceptions and handling them. An exception is a special conditions in your code requiring special handling. A discussion on how to handle and what happens when you handle exceptions in your Delphi code is ...
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Update 4 hot-fix coming

The Hacker's Corner – JT’s blog post on an upcoming Update 4 hot-fix Share This | Email this page to a friend
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 01:27
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Update 4 hot-fix coming right up

JT @ Embarcadero – Last week, we released Update 4 for XE2 and I am very proud of the team for delivering 100s of fixes and optimizations (nay, over 1000) through these last 4 updates. As you have seen, we’ve put a particular focus on FireMonkey and as you might appreciate the support matrix of target hardware ...

Monday, 12. March 2012

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Delphi XE2 and C++Builder XE2 Help Update 4 Available Now

Delphi Insider – Help Update 4 for Delphi XE2 and C++Builder XE2 (and RAD Studio XE2) is now available. The help update is available by running the Embarcadero RAD Studio XE2 | Check for Updates item from the Windows Start menu or it can be downloaded from: http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28778 Help Update 4 ...
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Major Lua4Delphi update released on SVN

OTAPI – I have just released a major update to Lua4Delphi. It’s available on the SVN, and makes many changes including: I have found and fixed multiple bugs, including one encountered by many of you which resulted in being unable to properly/accurately read values returned by Lua functions invoked by ...
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New free Windows Phone app: TMS Software News

TMS Software Blog – We"re proud to announce our first Windows Phone app! Stay in touch with the latest developments and releases at TMS software anywhere, anytime with one single Windows Phone application. View the latest blogs, tweets, product releases and Youtube training videos. Features View latest ...
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Add Custom Sorting To Delphi's TShellListView Control

About Delphi Programming – in TShellListView :: By design, the TShellListView sorts files (and folders) ascending by their name. There's no "OnCompare" event you can handle to change the sort order or the column (name, type, date modified, size) used for sorting. What we are up to in this article, is adding a popup menu to ...
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How Not to Code: Passing function results directly as parameters

Nick Hodges – I think I’ll start a new series, and a new blog category, called “How Not To Code”.  In it, I’ll try to highlight those little things that we’ve tended to do over the years that, well, are tempting for expediency, but probably not something we should be doing.  There are a lot of “Here’s ...
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Friday, 9. March 2012

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How to have a blue FMX TPanel

Delphi Haven – The short answer is: don’t try. In the VCL, TPanel plays the part of the basic container control. In FMX, in contrast, it doesn’t – TLayout does that. The whole point of the FMX TPanel is be a basic container control with a certain, predefined style. TLayout, in contrast, is a ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Chris Rolliston @ 21:25
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FireMonkey in Action LIVE!, London and Dublin

Stephen Ball – Following on from South Africa, this week I’ve had the pleasure of visiting two more cities with over 80 more developers to talk about RadStudio XE2 and FireMonkey. First stop was London and Tower42 where I again was presenting with David I. This was a great event with so many customers ...
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iOS Camera/Photo demo - PREVIEW - AS-IS

The Hacker's Corner – I’m only posting this because a lot of folks have been asking for it. This demo is provided as-is with no guarantees of working on any device whatsoever. http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28774 You have been warned. It’s by no means complete. Not even tested since 10/11/2011 - not tested on ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 18:23
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Creating a Data Abstract client widget – Part 4

RemObjects Blogs – This is the 4th article in a 4 part series (the last for now) Using DashCode to create an interactive widget Creating an interactive widget without Dashcode Creating a RemObjects SDK client widget Creating a Data Abstract client widget (this article) In this article we will look at Data Abstract ...
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