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Friday, 16. March 2012

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Using LiveBindings to Connect the UI to Objects

Australian Delphi User Group Members – After listening in on the recent Embarcadero webinar Understanding RAD Studio LiveBindings with Cary Jensen I asked a few questions in the Q&A session, like how to notify the framework of changes to property values from within a property setter. … Continue reading →
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Fix Loading XML / DTD in TXMLDocument - DTD Is Prohibited

About Delphi Programming – in TXMLDocument :: Delphi 2010 (and Delphi XE) uses MSXML 6 as the default DomVendor for the TXMLDocument. DomVendor (property) specifies the DOM implementation to use for parsing and manipulating the XML document. In MSXML 6, the ProhibitDTD property specifies whether to prohibit (true) or allow ...

Thursday, 15. March 2012

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This, ladies and gentlemen, is a working iOS DataSnap client for EDN services!

The Hacker's Corner – In the coming weeks, I will be blogging about how to create your own iOS client to access any DataSnap server. Did someone say we don’t have TDataSet on iOS? Yeah, that might have been me. So wrong! We do! In fact, here’s a (condensed) code snippet from this app: Proxy := CreateProxy; ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 21:40
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Windows 8 Metro with Oxygene for .NET and VS11

RemObjects Blogs – A quick look at building a Windows 8 Metro App with Oxygene for .NET and VS11.
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Delphi XE2 Remote Debugger Video

Olaf Monien – I just recorded a new video about the the remote debugger (PAServer for Mac and Windows). Here you can see how it works with the new Delphi XE2 Version. regareds daniel magin VideoLink
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Delphi XE2 Remote Debugger Video

Daniel Magin's Weblog – I just recorded a new video about the the remote debugger (PAServer for Mac and Windows). Here you can see how it works with the new Delphi XE2 Version. regareds daniel magin VideoLink
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? dmagin @ 12:55
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Vcl Styles and Owner Draw

The Road to Delphi – The Issue When you uses the Vcl Styles, you expect which at least all the standard (and common) controls (TListBox, TEditBox, TListView, TMemo, Treeview, and so on) are skinned according to the style selected, but maybe you are observed some minor issues in controls like TListBox, TListView and ...
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Visualizing wave interference using C++Builder XE2 and FireMonkey

The Hacker's Corner – Here’s one more C++Builder XE2 article and demo project: My EDN article "Visualizing wave interference using FireMonkey and C++Builder XE2" Enjoy! Share This | Email this page to a friend
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Wednesday, 14. March 2012

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Creating custom FireMonkey meshes in C++Builder XE2

The Hacker's Corner – While I’m far from a C++ wiz, I’ve ported my MathViz project to C++Builder XE2. Here’s my EDN article, "Visualizing mathematical functions by generating custom meshes using FireMonkey and C++". Enjoy! Share This | Email this page to a friend
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 21:26
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Webinar, Mar. 15 - "Create Windows and Mac Apps from a Single Codebase with C++Builder XE2"

Sip from the Firehose – Join me an TechXtend/Programmers Paradise for a live webinar this Thursday (tomorrow), March 15 at 11am Pacific Daylight Time (2pm Eastern Daylight Time) where I will show you how to create Windows and Mac applications using a single codebase using C++Builder XE2.  You can register for the webinar ...
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Embarcadero Akademija: FireMonkey

The Delphi Geek – This is an announcement for the second “Embarcadero Academy” session. As the previous one, it is intended for the Slovenian Delphi programmers. The rest of my post is directed to potential participants and is therefore written in the Slovenian language. Read more »--- Published under the Creative ...
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XE2 Help Update Available and Update 4 Hot-Fix Announced

Marco's Tech Blog – Yesterday Embarcadero has announced a new update for Delphi XE2 Help (newer than the one distributed with Update 4) and has promised a hot-fix for Update 4 itself. The Help Release 4 announcement can be found at http://delphi-insider.blogspot.com/2012/03/delphi-xe2-and-cbuilder-xe2-help- ...
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Tuesday, 13. March 2012

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FireMonkey Fonts and Native Look & Feel

The Itinerant Developer – Since XE2 Update 4 was released, there have been a few online complaints (1, 2) about FireMonkey's fonts on Windows.  I had most of a blog post written explaining why it actually was fine, when I read that there will be a hot fix targeting this and other issues.  I guess it is an issue after all, ...
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Version Insight Plus Beta 8 (Find in [modified] Files)

Uwe's Delphi blog – I have fixed some minor issues, added some minor improvements, added “Find in Files” support as a new Plus feature and here is finally Version Insight Plus Beta 8. This setup is for XE and XE2. This is the list of the changes: [Svn] Added Blame Diff options Commit: Tweak: Perform state ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Uwe Schuster @ 21:07
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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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