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Sunday, 26. February 2012

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Embarcadero Academy

The Delphi Geek – In 2012, Embarcadero with the help of Slovenian distributor Marand is preparing a series of presentations, focused on different aspects of Delphi programming – Unicode, FireMonkey, multiplatform development, Object Pascal as a modern programming language, debugging, multithreading and more. ...

Saturday, 25. February 2012

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How to run an application under active session account from a Windows service using Delphi

Random thoughts on coding – To run an application from a service impersonating an user account, first we need to install "JEDI API Library & Security Code Library" as it contains different interesting OS callings which are really useful in order to achieve our purposes. Once the library has been unzipped, create your own ...
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Not really helping

Delphi Haven – A QC report of mine (link): Product – Delphi; Platforms – All; Version = 16.3 Area – FireMonkey Type – B; Severity – 1; Build No – 16.0.4358.45540 Description – TMenuItem.AutoCheck is not honored when the item’s shortcut key is pressed When a menu item ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Chris Rolliston @ 11:11
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Flotsam and Jetsam #56

Nick Hodges – I’m the kind of person that notices irritating things. Just ask my wife. So in the spirit of trying to produce more and consume less, I’ve started a blog as a testimony to the many irritations that one finds in life. I’m happy to highlight any irritations that you may have, so ...
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Friday, 24. February 2012

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Delphi and FireMonkey in Warsaw this week was great!

Pawel Glowacki – I’m back from Warsaw where I have been presenting Delphi XE2 and FireMonkey to Polish developers. In fact it was the third event in Warsaw about Delphi and FireMonkey since the release of RAD Studio XE2 back in September 2011! That’s amazing to watch happy faces of Delphi developers ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 21:20
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Exceptions in Async

The Delphi Geek – Pop quiz time! What would the user see if this code is executed in your application? Parallel.Async( procedure begin raise Exception.Create('Exception in Async'); end); The answer may surprise you: Nothing! At least if you’re not using the latest SVN version.Read more »--- Published under ...
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Pictures from Prague and from Italian events

Marco's Tech Blog – I attended an Embarcadero partners event in Prague 2 weeks ago, where many pictures were taken by Mladen Kuzminski, who was so kind to share them. Here are two pictures of myself.     I've posted some of my own phone pictures at ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 11:18
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“heredoc” multi-line strings

DelphiTools – DWScript now supports multi-line strings, aka “heredoc”, using the same syntax as Prism/Oxygene, which involves double-quoting them, for instance: s := "Lorem ipsum 'dolor' sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Duis l'ipsum odio, pretium ""hendrerit"" varius sed, aliquet vitae elit. Sed ...
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Where is the Mouse? Is it Over Some TControl Descendant?

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi TIPS :: Sometimes knowing what is the control directly under the mouse is not enough. Suppose the following: there's a panel ("ppanel") and a panel ("cpanel") inside it as a child, there's also a TImage ("img") inside the "cpanel". The question is: "is the mouse over "ppanel"? The ...
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Developing Database Applications for Mac and iOS (4 chapters free)

RemObjects Blogs – Developing Database Applications for Mac and iOS is a book about Data Abstract for Xcode that we (marc and I) started work on in 2011. Writing has been put on hold for a bit, but we are reviving the project and are planning to complete the book some time in 2012. In the mean time, select portions of ...
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Thursday, 23. February 2012

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TTwitter, GeNUI and Lua4Delphi – Dev Focus

OTAPI – Hi everyone, Recently I’ve been getting questions regarding progress on certain projects, so I thought I’d make things clear for everyone and declare my intended development focus. Lua4Delphi Lua4Delphi remains at the top of the list as it is already available, in use by myself and ...
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Spruce Media

Craig Stuntz's Weblog – So, after working for 13 years for the same employer, I’ve changed jobs. This month I joined Spruce Media; my title is "Software Engineer." ‘Course, I liked my old job, too, but Spruce Media’s offer was too good to pass up. It’s a really great time to be a skilled programmer; ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Craig Stuntz @ 19:56
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RAD in Action LiveBindings - Webinar and White Paper featuring Cary Jensen

Delphi Insider – We have a new addition to the RAD in Action series. The topic is LiveBindings in Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE2. Register for the free webinar coming March 14th Get the companion white paper "Understanding RAD Studio's LiveBindings" Learn more and see LiveBindings videos on the RAD ...
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2nd PGD Challenge is coming

DelphiTools – WILL from Pascal Game Development has pre-announced the 2nd PGD Challenge! This “Mini Game” competition is a down-sized version of the previous challenges, you’re free to use your favorite flavor of Pascal, and the goals are simple so even those with less free time should be able ...
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FastMM4 Gui – Source Code

JED Software Blog – About 5 years ago, I knocked together a little GUI layer on top of the .INC file for the FastMM4 project. This was to help someone (can’t remember who) that was having difficulties modifying the include file directly with all of the compiler defines. Occasionally I get requests to update it ...
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