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Wednesday, 25. April 2012

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IDE Fix Pack 4.9.1 restores AutoSave=off support

Andy's Blog – With IDE Fix Pack 4.9 I wanted to educate those who live with the risk of loosing their day work due to an IDE or computer crash… Or to tell the truth, the unsaved-file hash table wasn’t able to find the first filename that was put into it because its hash value was zero instead of the actual hash ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Andreas Hausladen @ 18:59
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ExtJs 4 - MVC - Tutorial

Leonardo's blog – After a long period without posting here, I'm proud to introduce my tutorial about ExtJs 4 MVC with Lazarus and Sencha Designer 2. The tutorial is a step-by-step guide to creating a not so easy CRUD (Create, Read, Update and Delete) application, with user administration, a semi complex layout and a ...
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Tuesday, 24. April 2012

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IDE Fix Pack 4.9 released

Andy's Blog – And here is a new version of IDE Fix Pack. The main reason for this release is a fix for the TImageList streaming patch that didn’t work when Windows is used with the classic style. With the classic style it depends on how often you have saved your DFM and how many images you have in the ImageList, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Andreas Hausladen @ 23:43
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WindowsApps.com is here - The AppWave Store!

The Hacker's Corner – Check out the AppWave Store that launched today! Check out Tim’s blog for much more info! Enjoy! Share This | Email this page to a friend
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 23:20
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The Embarcadero AppWave Store is here with hundreds of free apps

Delphi Insider – Today Embarcadero is announcing the new AppWave Store with more than 800 popular free software apps. You can get to the new AppWave Store in two ways: http://www.appwavestore.com or http://www.windowsapps.com. There's more information about the store and some background in these two press ...
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Scribd and copyrighted material

Dr.Bob's Delphi Notes – Recently, someone showed me links on Scribd (a site that I didn't know before) to some my copyrighted material, uploaded by some developers who bought or otherwise obtained these PDF files.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Bob@eBob42.com @ 14:40
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Multi-line, Win/Mac ready Input Dialogs in Delphi and C++ Builder

Stephen Ball – Currently I’m working on some new demo’s and I needed a way to quickly grab from the user updated database connection details that worked in VCL and FireMonkey. This is a common task in an application and your left with two options. Write your own dialog for the data entry (which means ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Stephen Ball @ 12:44
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Delphi “Meteors” running Web-side

DelphiTools – Amongst the samples included with Delphi, you can find a “Meteors” clone. With SmartMobileStudio approaching the next beta milestone, I gave it a run at compiling old Delphi code, VCL, TCanvas-based, that was never intended to run Web-side… but now does! Click here or the image ...
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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 ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 18:33
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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 ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? noreply@blogger.com @ 18:35

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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