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Wednesday, 17. October 2018

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New symbolic math features in TMS Analytics & Physics library

TMS Software Blog – TMS Analytics & Physics developing library provides many useful and unique features for working with symbolic math expressions. New version 2.6 introduces new capabilities and improvements for symbolic manipulations with math formula. First great innovation is that the partial derivative operator ...
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Using Windows API function MoveFile to check if a filename is valid…  – via Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – This has a really neat Windows API trick [WayBack] delphi – How can I sanitize a string for use as a filename? – Stack Overflow by [WayBack] Alex. Via: [WayBack] Interesting use of MoveFile, with NIL as the first parameter. https://stackoverflow.com/a/961500/49925 – Thomas Mueller ...
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Tuesday, 16. October 2018

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4 Outside-in Signs That You Don’t Have Sufficient Unit Testing

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Erik Dietrich Starting unit testing can be tough. Many questions, misconceptions, and points of confusion torment the beginner. One of the most common of such doubts revolves around amount. What’s the correct amount of testing I need? How much is enough? Should I aim ...
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Delphi Unit Dependency Scanner

The Wiert Corner – [WayBack] Delphi Unit Dependency Scanner via: via Stefan Glienke commenting “Much blabla for an evaluation version of a useless application. http://www.easy-ip.net/delphi-unit-dependency-scanner.html does a better job and is free.” on [WayBack] Anyone tested this? Delphi uses cleaner ...
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Monday, 15. October 2018

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Visiting the TMS lab: Winners

TMS Software Blog – Two weeks of TMS lab visits: Winners Last 2 weeks we have received many interesting comments on the blogs. Thank you everyone! It is time to announce the winners today. Winner: Murat Ak We congratulate Murat for his excellent post, continuing source code and your own 3rd party components to TMS ...

Saturday, 13. October 2018

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Perth Meeting – October 2018

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Tuesday 16th October 2018 at 6 for 6:15pm start. The Perth branch meet on the third Tuesday of each month Venue Artifactory.  unit 8 / 16 Guthrie St, Osborne Park WA 6017 Topics * Clayton Johnson – Using MS Word documents as report templates to generate other Word documents * Peter Thönell ...
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Friday, 12. October 2018

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Visiting the TMS lab: Week 2 summary

TMS Software Blog – Two weeks of TMS lab visits Last 2 weeks were very busy, with many novelties and interesting ideas! This week again we visited the TMS lab to see what the team is working on and what other plans we have for the future TMS WEB Core releases. Our team would like to thank you for the many ...
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Testing Blockchain Apps: This Isn’t Your Father’s Unit Test

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Michael Solomon PhD CISSP PMP CISM. Blockchain technology is one of the most discussed topics in technical domains today. Many say that blockchain will disrupt a growing number of industries, and we’re already seeing more and more companies begin to adopt this new ...
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Visiting the TMS lab day 9: Automatic XData Web App Generator

TMS Software Blog – TMS WEB Core and even web development itself is something new for some Delphi users. Even though TMS WEB Core is RAD, feels completely home by using Delphi IDE, a framework that is very similar to RTL and VCL, we felt the need to create a more "real-world" demo that would handle several aspects ...

Thursday, 11. October 2018

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Visiting the TMS lab day 8: TMS WEB Core meets Electron

TMS Software Blog – One of the more exciting technologies of past years is Electron. For those not familiar with Electron, a small background first. Electron was first created to enable the development of Github's Atom editor, which is meanwhile a highly popular a cross platform editor. Via Electron, it was possible ...
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Embarcadero Releases AppAnalytics Server Source Code

Marco's Tech Blog – What is AppAnalytics? A few years ago, Embarcadero introduced the AppAnalytics technology, a simple and effective way to add in-app analytics to VCL and FMX applications using ready-to-use components and a paid SaaS offering for the AppAnalytics backend. Since introducing the service, the ...
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database connection – Looking for a generic way to pool TCusomConnection in Delphi – Stack Overflow

The Wiert Corner – What is the proper way for pooling of TCustomConnection instances in Delphi, that allows to distinguish between instances that have effectively equal connection properties and the ones that are effectively unequal? I’ve tried searching the RTL and VCL sources and didn’t find a generic ...
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Wednesday, 10. October 2018

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Visiting the TMS lab day 7: TMS WEB Core testing and exploring

TMS Software Blog – With the ever growing number of TMS WEB Core UI controls we have and the ever growing complexity, testing web UI controls becomes a non-trivial task. Our team clearly has a need to allow an efficient way testing not only by the developer of the UI controls but also by other users. One of the chores ...
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Melbourne Meeting – October 2018

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 15th October at 6 for 6:15pm start. The theme of this meeting is Delphi IDE extensions. We will have several short presentations: Adam Johnston on Chet Geoffrey Smith on Project Magician John McDonald on Documentation Insight Peter Magor on GExperts Tony Bryer on MMX Code Explorer Note: ...
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TObjectHelper for easier debugging a cast mismatch and a typed FreeAndNil

The Wiert Corner – The below came in really useful in an old project I took over that was full of bugs having to do with improper casts and FreeAndNil usage. First the examples. procedure TMyServer.UnbindFromIdTcpServerStatusContext(const aContext: TIdContext); var lClientSession: TClientSession; begin ...
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