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Wednesday, 22. August 2018

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New Sample: Shared UI

RemObjects Blogs – I've just pushed a new set of samples to our Elements Samples GitHub repository. The new sample, available for Oxygene (Object Pascal), C# and Swift (GitHub links), shows off some concepts for sharing code in an application with bespoke native User Interface for Mac and Windows. While purposely ...
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Testing In Production Isn’t a Sin Anymore

blog.gurock.com – What do you think about testing in production? Does the mere sight of those words make your blood pressure rise? Maybe it does. For many developers, just conceiving such a thing is what it takes for their minds to start recalling horror tales from their early careers. Remember that time when, as in ...
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Tuesday, 21. August 2018

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Delphi SOAP service: only publish WSDL in RELEASE mode

The Wiert Corner – If you want to restrict the WSDL publishing so it only is published in DEBUG mode, then add a [WayBack] TWSDLHTMLPublish to your [WayBack] TWebModule descendant, then add this in the [WayBack] OnCreate event handler of that TWebModule descendant: // Enable/disable handling of "/wsdl*" requests ...
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TMS WEB Core v1.0 Brescia tips & tricks part 2

TMS Software Blog – Even though it is summer & vacation time for many, we make time for two more super useful tips & tricks for everyone developing web client applications with TMS WEB Core. Inserting controls as child of HTML elements The first tip concerns dynamically creating a web control as child of an ...
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New CData Connectors For August 2018

Marco's Tech Blog – Since last year, Embarcadero has teamed up with CData to offer easy to use FireDAC connectors for many web and cloud services, including data repositories, business services, social media and much more. These connectors are available at a flat fee and two packs, Enterprise and Enterprise Plus. You ...
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For my research list: Delphi and ZeroMQ

The Wiert Corner – Last year, ZeroMQ – of late Pieter Hintjens ancestry – got a decent support library for Delphi https://github.com/grijjy/DelphiZeroMQ. While writing, there is a reasonable chance I need to do message queue work and ZeroMQ is excellent. I’ve done MQ already in other environments ...
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Saturday, 18. August 2018

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Australian Delphi User Group Inc Annual General Meeting 2018

Australian Delphi User Group Members – The Annual General Meeting of the “Australian Delphi User Group Inc. No A0038181F” (aka ADUG) will be held at 6:15 pm AEST on Monday 17 September 2018 at the Melbourne Men’s Shed Adjacent to the Level 1 Car Park, Federation Square Corner Flinders and Russell Streets, Melbourne The ...
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Friday, 17. August 2018

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Summer Books

Glooscap Software – "It’s always better to have too much to read than not enough." -- Ann Patchett Six months ago it was "reading by the fire" weather and now it's "reading on the patio in the shade" weather. Either way, it's always fine weather for reading. OK, so not all of these are available in the summer, but ...
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Thursday, 16. August 2018

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Release Criteria at All Levels: Turtles All the Way Down

blog.gurock.com – Many agile teams understand acceptance criteria for a story. They become great at finishing the story. And, they became disappointed when the customers don’t actually want what they’ve delivered. This is the story of one team who learned how to define “done” for an iteration, a customer release, ...
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Reading files that are locked by other references: c# – Notepad beats them all? – Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – Cool feature borrowed from Notepad, which can read files locked by other references (for instance a process having the handle open): [WayBack] c# – Notepad beats them all? – Stack Overflow. The example from the answer is in .NET, but can be used in a native environment as well (Notepad ...
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Have NoMessageBoxes depend on a global boolean · Issue #58 · pleriche/FastMM4 · GitHub

The Wiert Corner – Reminder to self: [WayBack] Have NoMessageBoxes depend on a global boolean · Issue #58 · pleriche/FastMM4 · GitHub –jeroen
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A success story – kudos to ScaleMM, +André Mussche… – Ondrej Kelle – Google+

The Wiert Corner – Though no maintenance for over 2 years, it ScaleMM seems among the fastest of Delphi memory managers: [WayBack] GitHub – andremussche/scalemm: Fast scaling memory manager for Delphi Full story via [WayBack] A success story – kudos to ScaleMM, +André Mussche… – Ondrej Kelle ...
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Work around for running out of memory when building multiple projects in Delphi < 10.2

The Wiert Corner – I found out this is a problem until at least Delphi 10.1 Berlin, but my original question was for XE8: Is there any tool that clears the Delphi memory overhead when a “build all” switches to the next project in a project group? XE8 constantly runs out of memory with large project groups ...
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Wednesday, 15. August 2018

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zlib win32/i386/x86 and win64/x64_86 builds for Windows

The Wiert Corner – In the past, the DLL for zlib was called zlib.dll, but as of a few years back it is called zlib1.dll as it switched to static linking. There are may obscure download sites for zlib1.dll, but the master site is referenced from these documents: [WayBack] Frequently Asked Questions about ZLIB1.DLL ...
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Tuesday, 14. August 2018

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Ransomware: How to Avoid Becoming a Statistic

blog.gurock.com – You can’t go very long without hearing or reading something about a new ransomware attack. The term ransomware has forcefully entered our collective vocabularies over the last five years, and in that short time has become one of the most common and dangerous technology threats. According to ...
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