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Thursday, 2. February 2012

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Meanwhile, in the DWScript SVN…

DelphiTools – This summary of recent DWS changes is coming a bit late, and there is quite a bit to cover. Here is a quick, partial roundup of what changed since the last update. Language changes: Initial support for overloads (currently limited to standalone functions/procedures). New operator “sar” ...
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Wiki Editing

The Delphi Geek – Is there a Windows application that simplifies editing of Wiki-formatted documents? I would settle for a very basic one - all formatting can be displayed in wiki format on screen but I would like some helpful shortcuts and logic that would simplify multilevel list editing, basic formatting, cross- ...
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Teaser…

The Hacker's Corner – FireMonkey Pool Table Share This | Email this page to a friend
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Copying and pasting a FireMonkey TBitmap – new and improved!

Delphi Haven – Back in October, I posted code for copying and pasting a FireMonkey TBitmap to and from the system clipboard on both OS X and Windows. Recently, I got a comment noting that on a Mac, if an image file is copied using Finder and pasted using my code, the default icon for the file type is pasted ...
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Wednesday, 1. February 2012

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Hydra 4 and Oxygene January 2012 Releases

RemObjects Blogs – We’re hitting the ground running for 2012 and finished January with the first two product releases of the year. Hydra 4 Hydra 4 is a major new release for our .NET/Delphi cross-platform product, and one we’re very excited about. Hydra has been at version 3 for a while now and seen mostly ...
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Overview of RemObjects Hydra 4

RemObjects Blogs – An overview of Hydra and what’s new in version 4, including support for Delphi XE2, FireMonkey, Silverlight and true 64-bit support.
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Boise Software Developers Group – This data comes from pipes.yahoo.com but the Pipe does not exist or has been deleted.
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Movie #66 - Animating Adding a TListBoxItem

LearnDelphi.TV – This is another video where I demonstrate my limited knowledge of FireMonkey.  It it I build the classic "Add items from an Edit to a ListBox" example, then add a little animation to make things look pretty.   The video is a touch under 13 minutes and you can watch it here or on YouTube.  This video ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? cgg@christie.net.nz @ 01:16
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Projecting 3D points to a 2D screen coordinate system

Random thoughts on coding – In this article I will put forward a small function to project 3D points to a 2D coordinate system. I have used VLO framework to display all the points after the calculation of different common functions. The most difficult part is to correctly project 3D points into a 2D perspective. Basically the ...
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Tuesday, 31. January 2012

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February 14, 2012 - Celebrate Delphi’s 17th birthday during 3 live webinars

Sip from the Firehose – Delphi version 1.0 was launched at the Software Development Conference on February 14, 1995. The several thousand developers gave the team a standing ovation during the launch. This year we are celebrating 17 years of continuous innovation for the Delphi language, run-time library, Visual ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 23:43
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Rethinking the Delphi code editor

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – When you chose to use Delphi, you picked a great language with an absolutely perfect, flawless, IDE that couldn’t possibly be improved. Right? Wait, what’s that you’re saying? It’s NOT perfect? It CAN be improved? Ok, I admit, that was a lousy attention-getter to open with, ...
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OmniThreadLibrary Documentation–an Outline

The Delphi Geek – That’s how it’s going to look. If you feel I have left something out, now is the time to raise your voice. Introduction Introduction to Multithreading Introduction to OmniThreadLibrary Tasks vs. Threads Locking (vs.) Messaging TOmniValue High-level ...
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Delphi DataSnap REST server and jQueryMobile web client tutorial available

Pawel Glowacki – I have just put together a little EDN article about using jQueryMobile JavaScript library in your Delphi XE2 "DataSnap REST Application" projects. The idea was to demonstrate how to call server-side functions implemented in native Delphi code from the JavaScript client embedded in a web page using ...
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Visiting Alabama

Marco's Tech Blog – I've been on a trip to the US last week, and quite busy, so I didn't post to the blog for quite long. Trying to catch up now, but first a short summary of the trip. Last week I was for 5 days consulting in Birmingham, Alabama, at OneDomain. Very nice and successful company, fully focused on ...
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Okay, So When Should You Call Create?

Nick Hodges – Okay, I want you all to notice that in my previous post about the use of Create,  I was pretty careful not to say “Never call Create”. And near the start I said “For the most part”. So let’s be clear – just as I didn’t say “Never ever call FreeAndNil”, I’m not saying “Never call Create”.  ...
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