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Friday, 23. December 2011

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Oxygene by Example – Command line parsing

RemObjects Blogs – This is second article in my blog post series “Oxygene by Example”. While working with command line arguments in Prism is quite simple, the “Main” method has an array of string that holds the value, it can become quite complex when having to parse options too. When having to ...
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Delphi XE2 DataSnap Development PDF

Dr.Bob's Delphi Notes – The first edition (almost 250 pages) of my Delphi XE2 DataSnap Development courseware manual has been released, and sent to all customers of my previous Delphi XE DataSnap Development courseware manual (which is now "frozen" at the 4th and final edition).
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A week in the TMS labs day 5: TMS WebGMaps

TMS Software Blog – On the last day of the week in the TMS labs, we present a video on a new component that we’re about to release: TMS WebGMaps. This component allows to show Google maps and interact with Google maps in Windows applications. Fine level of control is offered to configure the type of the map, the ...
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DWS news + OP4JS aka SmartMobileStudio

DelphiTools – A quick news roundup before Christmas. OP4JS Alpha aka SmartMobileStudio is in the wild Jørn Einar Angeltveit  -  Dec 21, 2011  -  Public We’ve now sent “Smart Mobile Studio” Alpha version to 50 testers. Did you miss the beta invite? Visit www.SmartMobileStudio.com to participate. ...

Thursday, 22. December 2011

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It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like JavaScript

RemObjects Blogs – If you’ve been around in the computer industry a while then you may recall the history of JavaScript. It’s come a long way from from its premier as LiveScript back in 1995. For the longest time it was kind of a poor performing novelty in web browsers. Then it started to get traction as a ...
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Rolling your own Dependency Injection, Part two

Australian Delphi User Group Members – In Part 1 we covered the beginnings of rolling your own Dependency Injection framework as an alternative to using the Delphi Spring Framework. We discussed the patterns and objects involved and described using RTTI to perform the actual injection. Now … Continue reading →
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A week in the TMS labs day 4: TMS IntraWeb iPhone Controls

TMS Software Blog – Applications for mobile devices are the fastest growing category of apps and the IntraWeb framework offers some unique advantages here, allowing to create applications without deployment headaches, multiplatform support (iOS, Android, RIM) and without the need to pass the gate & tax of Apple, ...
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Final Days: Free Rapid SQL, FastCube and more offer ends Dec 30th

Delphi Insider – This is a reminder that there are just a few days left to take advantage of this offer and get free additional tools with your new or upgrade purchase of Delphi, C++Builder or RAD Studio XE2.What are the free tools again and why do I need them?FastCube is a tool for effective data analysis. FastCube ...
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Introduction to Mobile Connectors

Stephen Ball – Mobile Connectors is a fantastic technology that enable you to write your business server, and then get proxy connection files automatically for iOS (Objective C), Android (Java), Blackberry (Java), Windows Mobile 7 (C#) without having to write another line of code! The proxy files take the pain of ...
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Applying XE2 Update 3: uninstall IDE Fix Pack first, then apply, then install updated IDE Fix Pack. Also update EurekaLog.

The Wiert Corner – Before installing updates, it is always wise to read the release notes. In this case, the below quote from the Release Notes for XE2 Update 3 was very important for me, as I use the IDE Fix Pack: IDE Fix Pack Is Not Compatible with Update 3 The IDE Fix Pack for XE2 is incompatible with XE2 Update 3. ...
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Android apps connected to C++Builder DataSnap Server

Andreano Lanusse – As part of the 31 days of RAD Studio XE2 Tutorials, in today’s video I’m showing how you can create DataSnap REST Server in C++Builder, expose server methods and call them from an Android application. The video shows all the steps to create the server and the Android application. This ...
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I have to touch that VCL form here. Where does it come from?

Uwe's Delphi blog – At day time I do work on a really big project. Since not everything is written by me it happens that I do have to work on a form or frame I do not know or where I cannot remember the name. Well there are different ways to find out the name like following the code from a point you do know or pausing ...
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Wednesday, 21. December 2011

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A use for code folding

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Here’s my tip on how to use code folding for good rather than evil. Create a new LiveTemplate, call it “assert” and use this XML code for the template text. Now trigger the template whenever you write an assert statement, … Continue reading →
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A week in the TMS labs day 3: TMS Instrumentation Workshop for FireMonkey

TMS Software Blog – Last week we proudly released our first set of controls for FireMonkey. In this video, you can see the TMS Instrumentation Workshop for FireMonkey in action. We show you the components in use in a FireMonkey HD application running on Windows 7 and the same application also deployed and running on ...
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… 62, 63, 64!

The Delphi Geek – It is my pleasure to announce the availability of OmniThreadLibrary 3.0 beta. The main focus of this release is on the 64-bit support. Every part of OmniThreadLibrary is now compatible with the Windows 64-bit platform! The current status of the code is “It works on my machine”. That is not pretty ...
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