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Monday, 5. December 2011

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FireMonkey Windows & Mac Magazine Ad

Delphi Insider – Here's the new FireMonkey / RAD Studio XE2 ad as it appears in the December issue of SD Times magazine.It incorporates our new "One. And Done." theme meaning you develop your application once with FireMonkey and you can deploy real, compiled native applications to both Windows and Mac.If you'd like ...
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Web Android Application for Delphi DataSnap

Marco's Tech Blog – I've built a simple Web Android Application based on the jQuery Mobile client connected to a Delphi DataSnap server I already blogged about. The application has only a full screen Web browser control, and behaves exactly like the mobile web page. However, you can activate it with the icon (I ...
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RAD Studio XE2 World Tour: Belgrade, Serbia

Pawel Glowacki – Last Thursday I have been to Belgrade in Serbia to demonstrate the new RAD Studio XE2, Delphi and FireMonkey to more then 40 developers. I took some pictures, but my mobile phone no longer works, so they are still stuck in the memory of my iPhone. If I manage to repair my phone I will put them here ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 10:10
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Tabbed Interface (MTI) For Your MDI Delphi Applications

About Delphi Programming – in MDI Tips and Tricks :: MDI, as a preferred user interface for applications that allow multiple documents to be contained within a single window, is being abandoned by Microsoft during the last few years. Microsoft started to promote a different user interface for such applications - TDI: Tabbed ...

Sunday, 4. December 2011

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Busy-Wait Initialization

The Delphi Geek – In response to my recent article on various kinds of initialization, GJ proposed another algorithm, which I will call here busy-wait initialization. This is the first time I’ve encountered this approach and I have no idea whether it is wide-known and has an “official” name. The algorithm itself is ...
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Smart Pointers

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Smart pointers have a few uses, the most common being for memory management, providing a way of automatically managing the lifetime of an object in non garbage collected languages. In Delphi this is similar to what you get with reference … Continue reading →
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jarrod H @ 17:00
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FireMonkey problems on CrossFireX

OTAPI – I don’t know how many of you out there are testing/running FireMonkey applications (HD or 3D) on a CrossFireX graphics setup, but if you have I’m interested to know if you’re experiencing the same issues I have. When running any FireMonkey application on my main development machine ...
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Delphi XE2 in Action ONLINE!

Delphi Insider – We have a new webinar coming up on December 14th with great info for Delphi developers.Delphi XE2 in Action ONLINE!Delphi XE2 is the most significant new version since the introduction of Delphi 1. There are more vital business and developer features packed into this release than ever before. ...

Saturday, 3. December 2011

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Putting the pieces together - the DSharp presentation model

Delphi sorcery – Recently there have been several threads and discussions about separating GUI and business logic. Of course that is nothing new, the MVC or MVP patterns are widely known. There is just one problem especially with these two patterns: the dependency between the presenter or the controller and the view ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? noreply@blogger.com @ 23:48
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Programmer Types

Australian Delphi User Group Members – There are 10 types of programmers; those that understand binary and those that don’t.
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DWS news roundup

DelphiTools – Here is a quick summary of recent additions to DWScript: exit, break and continue are now reserved keyword (and highlighted as such), previously they weren’t (as in Delphi), but having variables or functions named that way just “breaks” (pun intended) those language features (as ...
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Salary Guide for Delphi developers: Let’s make it

Yanniel's notes – If you work as an IT professional in North America, you should probably find very useful the 2012 Technology Salary Guide published by Robert Half Technology.This guide exposes the compensation trends (salary trends) for pretty much every position in Information Technology. It covers the United ...
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Friday, 2. December 2011

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Learn to use RAD Studio XE2 with InterBase, Rapid SQL and more

Delphi Insider – We have a new webinar coming up December 8th, presented by Embarcadero and our US reseller partner TechXtend. Build Windows and Mac applications and get a great deal on top database tools!The database you choose, the efficiency of your SQL queries, and the performance of your database can have ...
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On Optimistic and Pessimistic Initialization

The Delphi Geek – When you want to initialize a shared resource in a multithreaded application, you have two possibilities to choose from – optimistic and pessimistic. The difference between them is visible from the pseudocode. var Shared: T;procedure OptimisticInitializer;var temp: T;begin if not assigned(Shared) ...
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Skype, Delphi, and Nice UK Job

Marco's Tech Blog – As you know Skype for Windows is written in Delphi (and if you want a further prove, keep reading). Since Skype is likely the most well-known Delphi application and the most used worldwide (with hundreds of millions of downloads), it is obvious that Delphi developers are fond of it, even despite the ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 10:11
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