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Tuesday, 14. February 2012

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FireMonkey Molecule Viewer demo source code

Pawel Glowacki – Today is Valentine’s Day. For Delphi programmers and supporters this is the Delphi Birthday. Delphi just turned 17. I’m wondering how the next one is going to look like;-) I had a pleasure and the privilege to present live during the "Delphi Birthday Webinar" event just a moment ago and ...
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Happy Birthday, Delphi! It’s happening now! 17 years of innovation!

The Hacker's Corner – Join in on the Delphi 17th Birthday Party! Live 3 times today on Valentine’s! <3 Share This | Email this page to a friend
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 15:23
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Blaise Pascal Magazine Rerun #5: Four Ways to Create a Thread

The Delphi Geek – This article was originally written for the Blaise Pascal Magazine and was published in Issue #10. Relevant Delphi code is available at http://17slon.com/blogs/gabr/BPM/FourWaysToCreateAThread.zip. Read more »--- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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Heap? Stack? Memory Allocation in Delphi 101

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Memory Management :: When you start programming in Delphi you might get errors like "stack overflow". What is stack? How is memory managed in your Delphi programs? What is heap? Why do you not have to create instances of record types? Why do local variables have weird initial values? Read ...
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The ADUG Autumn Symposium is coming!

Australian Delphi User Group Members – The highlight of the Australian Delphi calendar, the ADUG Autumn Symposium 2012 will be held on March 22nd in Melbourne and March 23rd in Canberra. That’s southern hemisphere Autumn in case you were puzzled by those dates Bruno Fierens of … Continue reading →

Monday, 13. February 2012

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Being nice to D2007 users: amount >= dest – startDest

Andy's Blog – In order to get that editor assertion fixed, or should I better say disable the wrong assertion, you have to alter the $(BDS)\bin\boreditu.dll. The following steps show you how to change the boreditu.dll in order to skip the wrong assertion in the editor by replacing the conditional jump “jle” with ...
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Agenda for Feb 14 Delphi Birthday and FireMonkey Webinar

Delphi Insider – David I just sent us the timeline for the Delphi Birthday webinar featuring FireMonkey. Looks like it will be a great webinar: Welcome and birthday celebration – 5 minutes Conversation with Barry Kelly about Delphi and Delphi compiler with Q&A – 20 minutes max David I – history of Delphi ...
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Delphi Whopping 2011 Growth: More Details

Marco's Tech Blog – During a sales partner event last week I found and (and was given permission to blog) some more details about that 54% Delphi XE2 sales increase, mentioned in a press release last week. This serves as a response to some of the critics that commented on the previous blog post.  First, the 54% ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 10:44
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Blaise Pascal Magazine Rerun #4: Introduction to Multithreading

The Delphi Geek – This article was originally written for the Blaise Pascal Magazine and was published in Issue #9. Read more »--- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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Run Your Delphi Application in Full Screen - Implement "F11 - Full Screen"

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi TIPS :: I guess you know you can run your browser in full screen using the F11 shortcut key. Windows Explorer also supports this feature. Running in full screen, where an application UI covers the entire screen, over the TaskBar and any Desktop/Tool bars, is handy when a user has a ...

Friday, 10. February 2012

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Introducing RemObjects Hydra 4

RemObjects Blogs – What’s new in RemObjects Hydra 4, including support for Delphi XE2, FireMonkey, Silverlight and true 64-bit support. Also and example of using Hydra to add FireMonkey visual controls to a Delphi 7 application.
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TMS platinum sponsor of Delphi Developer Days and present in Frankfurt

TMS Software Blog – We would like to announce that TMS software is a Platinum Sponsor of Delphi Developer Days 2012. (http://www.delphideveloperdays.com/) Delphi Developer Days is a synonym for 2 days of intense training on a wide range of subjects related to Delphi programming. Delphi veterans and the world"s ...
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TMS coming to a place near you?

TMS Software Blog – The team has been feverishly busy here in the office working on a wide area of Delphi related tools and components to make you more productive and allow you to build applications that will stun your customers. This includes our first two FireMonkey products: TMS Instrumentation Workshop for ...
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Accelerometer Demo

The Delphi Geek – My accelerometer blog ended rather abruptly, without a demo program so today I’m returning to the topic. To test the accelerometer control I wrote a very simple program in which you can move a rectangle around the screen by tilting your iOS device. You can test it here. This program builds heavily ...

Thursday, 9. February 2012

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From Pro to Starter – A Bit of a Shift

TDelphiHobbyist – So, I finally made the jump from D2010 to Delphi EX2.  I moved to the Starter edition which might seem a bit odd – but it’s not, I assure you.  Only two or three weeks ago Delphi was, primarily due to a decrease in time that I can spend with it, doomed as an active member of my list of hobbies and I ...
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