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Wednesday, 31. May 2017

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The Bug Reporting Spectrum

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Justin Rohrman. Justin has been a professional software tester in various capacities since 2005. In his current role, Justin is a consulting software tester and writer working with Excelon Development. Outside of work, he is currently serving on the Association For ...
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ITDevCon 2017 Spring Edition has been a success!

Daniele Teti's programming blog – ITDevCon 2017 Spring Edition has been a success! Beyond the good crowd of loyal Delphi italian programmers that usually comes to ITDevCon, also a good number of new guys were coming to the “Spring Edition”. Maybe because the SE is shorter, maybe because all the speeches were in italian, ...
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Webinar Tomorrow: Understanding Automatic Reference Counting

Marco's Tech Blog – Tomorrow, June 1st, I'll give a webinar (at 3 different time slots) focused on automatic reference counting memory model in Delphi.. This is the summary: Automatic Reference Counting is the memory management system used by Strings & Interfaces on all platforms, and all objects on Linux ...
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Working around “[dcc32 Fatal Error] F2084 Internal Error: DBG3133” or “[dcc32 Fatal Error] F2084 Internal Error: MA1243

The Wiert Corner – Since Google has a hard time searching G+: [WayBack] Anyone ever encountered a “[dcc32 Fatal Error] F2084 Internal Error: DBG3133″… – G+ – Jeroen Wiert Pluimers: Anyone ever encountered a [dcc32 Fatal Error] F2084 Internal Error: DBG3133 in XE8 or newer? I get it in XE8 ...
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Tuesday, 30. May 2017

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Delphi Linux Blogs of the (Week) Month #52

Marco's Tech Blog – Given I haven't made one of these monthly posts in some time, I have a rather large collection of relevant blogs psots and links, and so I decided to split the blog post in two. This is focused in full on Delphi Linux, a following one will be general in scope. Blog Posts Creating a Linux ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 11:26
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Get Bit Episode with Holger Flick

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Nick and Jim talk with MVP Holger Flick of Korfmann Air Technology and Flix Engineering fame about smart textiles, the different software development disciplines and the future of technology. Holger also reminds everyone to see him and others at the Delphi Code Camp in Germany.
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Monday, 29. May 2017

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Centennial Bridge: BUILD, Creators Update, Windows 10 S and More

Marco's Tech Blog – As you probably know, RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin Update 2 last fall was the first IDE to offer native and direct support for the Windows Desktop Bridge (also known as Centennial Bridge). In short, using the bridge you can create Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications that can be distributed using ...
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Friday, 26. May 2017

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FireDAC Book – Using InterBase

Stephen Ball – New book – Delphi in Depth: FireDAC There has been a growing stream of Delphi books in the last year covering everything from cross-platform development with FireMonkey to coding best practices around OOP. The latest book to be released is by long time Delphi Author Cary Jensen, specifically ...
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My Visit to Australia and ADUG Symposium

Marco's Tech Blog – Last week I was in Australia for the ADUG Symposium, invited by the ADUG committee. For more information about this user groups, which is one of the largest and best organized in the Delphi community, refer to https://www.adug.org.au/. The event was nice and well organized, I ended up talking ...
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TMS XData REST Server on Linux - Step by Step - Part 5

TMS Software Blog – This is part 5 of the tutorial on how to create TMS XData and TMS Sparkle servers on Linux. On Part 4, we have added Sparkle to our Apache module, preparing it to receive any modules we want to add. And in this final part we will add the TMS XData module to it. Here is video for part 5: Adding the ...

Thursday, 25. May 2017

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Announcing Elements 9.1

RemObjects Blogs – This week, we have shipped the long anticipated Elements 9.1, the latest version of or multi-platform, multi-language compiler tool chain. I'm very excited about this release, and an extensive overview of what's new can be found on our all-new website, here. But i want to highlight a few areas that ...
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UsesHelperSetup.zip by Stefan Glienke for Delphi 10.0/1/2

The Wiert Corner – [WayBack] Some while ago I started a plugin to easily add units to the uses clause just like you can do via quickfix in VisualStudio.I never actually polished it… – Stefan Glienke – Google+ UsesHelperSetup.zip download: https://1drv.ms/u/s!ArjIoB43KhwDg3LZW8i23jTj5L2v (for now ...
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Wednesday, 24. May 2017

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Delphi 10.2 Tokyo Godzilla ISO and other download links including hashes

The Wiert Corner – I thought I already posted this, but since hashes were mentioned at [WayBack] Still can’t get Rad Studio 10.2 to install on my laptop. It’ll install now, but then it can’t load several BPLs and then it crashes before the IDE gets … – Phillip Woon – Google+ From ...
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RAD Studio 10.2 links

The Delphi Geek – This post contains just a bunch of links to online resources that I mentioned on the today’s presentation. Read more »--- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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TMS XData REST Server on Linux - Step by Step - Part 4

TMS Software Blog – This is part 4 of the tutorial on how to create TMS XData and TMS Sparkle servers on Linux. On Part 3, we have created and deployed our first Apache Module using WebBroker. Now we're going to add TMS Sparkle to it. Here is video for part 4: Adding TMS Sparkle and using Sparkle modules in the Apache ...
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