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Sunday, 18. December 2011

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Playing around with TVirtualMethodInterceptor

Delphi Haven – Beyond bug fixes, one of the few things new to XE1 was TVirtualMethodInterceptor, a class for hooking virtual method calls made against an arbitrary object. Some months ago I had a quick try of it. Finding Barry Kelly’s example just a little too simple and abstract, I wrote my own – a ...
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TThread Facts

The Programming Works – Delphi RTL TThread class has been an object of criticism since its introduction. Some criticism was deserved, some not. TThread implementation was gradually improving with every Delphi version. Here I am neither criticizing nor advocating the TThread class, just listing some facts about TThread ...
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24 Hours of Delphi is coming Dec 20th - Are you registered to attend?

Delphi Insider – If you haven't registered for the 24 Hours of Delphi online event yet, be sure to register now at: http://embt.co/Delphi24You’re invited to a special, free online event filled with technical information, tips and tricks to help you get the most out of Delphi. Whether you’re new to Delphi, looking to ...

Saturday, 17. December 2011

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Free Delphi XE2 "Game of Memory" for iPhone available in AppStore

Dr.Bob's Delphi Notes – My first iPhone app (the "Game of Memory" written with Delphi XE2 and FireMonkey) is now available in the AppStore (for free), see http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/game-of-memory/id489076335?ls=1&mt;=8 It was quite a journey from "start" to actual AppStore deployment, but fortunately, I now know all ...
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Oxygene for Java takes Delphi programmers to the Java and Android platforms

RemObjects Blogs – At the end of November 2011, RemObjects released Oxygene for Java, previously known as Project “Cooper” as per this official blog post and, for that matter, the press release. Anyone familiar with Delphi Prism, which is RemObjects’ .NET compiler (also known as Oxygene for .NET) will know it is a ...
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Quick Sort : With Hungarian Dance

Delphi Code Monkey – This is a great visualization of the Quick Sort algorithm.Most programmers could write a bubble sort. But I wonder how many could write an insertion sort, quick sort, or heap sort, without benefit of Wikipedia, or StackOverflow, or google, or any internet "crutches". If you understand it well ...
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Exploring Delphi XE2 – VCL Styles Part II

The Road to Delphi – The TStyleHook Class The VCL Styles uses the TStyleHook class to intercept the paint methods and the Windows messages related to the Vcl Styles operations, If you have a custom control or need change the way how a control like a TEdit, TMemo, TListView, etc.  is painted you must create a new Style ...
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Introducing the JavaScript Client Support for RemObjects SDK and Data Abstract

RemObjects Blogs – A good introduction to the JavaScript Client Support for RemObjects SDK and Data Abstract introduced with the “Winter 2011″ release for the .NET, Delphi and Xcode editions of RemObjects SDK and Data Abstract.
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Friday, 16. December 2011

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Delphi XE2 Update 3

Marco's Tech Blog – Embarcadero has released Update 3 for Delphi XE2, continuing with an almost monthly update cycle. The new update is a whopping 412 MB and you can get it in the Registered Users page (specifically at  http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28670) and with the Check for Updates featuer of the IDE. There is ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 23:22
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Oxygene by Example – Singleton

RemObjects Blogs – This is the first item in my series “Oxygene by Example”, this time about singletons. Singleton classes are used when there’s only ever one instance of a class needed. They differ from Static Classes in that they have an actual instance, can implement an interface and you can use ...
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The TJvWizard

TPersistent.com – The TJvWizard makes implementing an application wizard about as simple as it can be, but it suffers from the same problem as a lot of the Jedi library components; a lack of documentation.  There are a lot of hidden Gems in the JVCL if you have the time to find them, and figure out how to use them. ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Larry Hengen @ 20:00
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32, 33, 34 …

The Delphi Geek – Initial work has been committed on the x64 development branch: http://omnithreadlibrary.googlecode.com/svn/branches/x64 Current status is “Look but don’t use”. Many parts are still broken. --- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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24 Hours of Delphi - Tuesday, December 20 - current session schedule

Sip from the Firehose – The following is the current agenda/schedule for the 24 Hours of Delphi that takes place next Tuesday, December 20 from 12:00am PST (08:00 GMT) and ends December 21 at 12:00am PST.  During the 24 hours we will have special guests, live presentations and demonstrations, live Q&A, and additional ...
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CancelInvocation And Forget Added To AsyncCalls :)

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Threading :: Just a few days after I wrote the AsyncCalls Unit By Andreas Hausladen - Let's Use (and Extend) It! article Andreas did release a new 2.99 version of AsyncCalls. The IAsyncCall interface now includes three more methods: The CancelInvocation method stopps the AsyncCall from ...

Thursday, 15. December 2011

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XE2 update 3 is out

Delphi Haven – XE2 update 3 is out, and on initial inspection seems to repeat the pattern of the previous updates: useful bugfixes for the core product, but little by way of substantive improvements for FireMonkey, at least if you want to use the Delphi compiler. Naturally, the MSI/InstallAware combo is ridiculous ...
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