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Monday, 15. August 2016

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Castalia’s Clipboard history + TRichEdit = IDE deadlock

Andy's Blog – Eugene Kotlyarov found a problem with Castalia’s clipboard history feature combined with a TRichEdit in a debugged application. If you copy text from the RichEdit to the clipboard the first time, the IDE and the debugged application stop responding and start reacting after a ~30 seconds timeout. ...
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Saturday, 13. August 2016

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How to use the SET LOG MESSAGE Feature Within ElevateDB

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – The more I use ElevateDB the more impressed I get with this product. Last week I visited the ElevateDB support forum, most likely related to a syntax issue I was trying to resolve. As I read through some of the posts written by other users, I came across a very curious and interesting tidbit of ...
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Wednesday, 10. August 2016

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MVP Spotlight: Eli of FMXExpress.com

The PodCast at Delphi.org – I’m sure you’ve all visited FMXExpress.com, if you haven’t then I’ll just let you go there now. Eli is joining us for the C++ Boot Camp this week and is presenting on Thursday with coverage of game development with FireMonkey. He is showing off 4 different FireMonkey games ...
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Tuesday, 9. August 2016

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Online CamelCase to underscore_separators converter and back

The Wiert Corner – Maintaining a suite of project that use CamelCase on the one hand and underscore_separators on the other (partially mapped by code generators) an on-line conversion comes in handy: CCConverter abedo.pl. –jeroenFiled under: .NET, Delphi, Development, Software Development
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 07:00

Monday, 8. August 2016

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Movie #116 - Fractals, Parallel Programing, Code Optimization and Cross Platform

LearnDelphi.TV – This was a talk that I did for the ADUG Winter Symposium (4-Aug-2016) in Sydney. In it I build a cross-platform (Windows/Android) application for calculating fractals. It's on fractals, code optimizations and parallel programming. The images and details about the super-computers is from Wikipedia ...
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Fr0sT-Brutal/awesome-delphi: A curated list of awesome Delphi frameworks, libraries, resources, and shiny things. Inspired by awesome-… stuff.

The Wiert Corner – Fr0sT-Brutal/awesome-delphi: A curated list of awesome Delphi frameworks, libraries, resources, and shiny things. Inspired by awesome-… stuff. Just read it. It’s great! If you want it on a one-pager with comments in mouse-over: Delphi by Anton Frost | ZEEF –jeroen via: Baoquan Zuo ...
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C++ Boot Camp Monday, August 8, 2016 - Building your first application with C++Builder

Sip from the Firehose – The C++ Boot Camp starts on Monday, August 8, 2016 and continues each day of the week. I am kickoff the first day and will cover building your first C++Builder applications using VCL, FMX and the RTL. The following are some of the links to additional information for my presentation. You can register ...
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Friday, 5. August 2016

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Include resource files in your Delphi build process

Delphi and stuff – Quite often people don't know about this neat little feature, as recently in this g+ discussion, too. You can simply make any .rc file a part of your project and its build process. There's a BrccCompile target defined in your $(BDS)\bin\CodeGear.Delphi.Targets file which is included in every Delphi ...
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We have the number, “Delphi Cookbook 2nd Edition” is a bestseller!

Daniele Teti's programming blog – Delphi Cookbook 2nd Edition was published by PacktPub at the end of June 2016. I’m very happy to see that in just 30 days, it has become a bestseller in its category. So far, the book has sold 13 copies each day, which is a good figure for a tech book (it should increase in the following ...
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Thursday, 4. August 2016

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The August 2016 Delphi (and RAD Studio) Roadmap

Marco's Tech Blog – Embarcadero has published yesterday a new roadmap for Delphi, C++Builder, and RAD Studio, with the current plans for the next 18 months. The document is available at: http://community.embarcadero.com/article/news/16418-product-roadmap-august-2016 As you ...
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Wednesday, 3. August 2016

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RAD Studio, Windows 10 Anniversary Update and Centennial

Marco's Tech Blog – Windows 10 Anniversary Update shipped yesterday. This is the first mayor update to Windows 10, which shipped roughly one year ago. This new edition has many new features, mostly customer facing like the new support for Cortana. There is also, however, a new SDK that ships with it. RAD Studio ...
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MVP Spotlight: Samuel “Muka” David

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Samuel “Muka” David is a Certified Delphi Developer since version 7 and a Certified Delphi Master Instructor. He specializes in software construction and building components. He loves Object Oriented development and is addicted to refactoring and agile techniques. He is always in search ...
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Tuesday, 2. August 2016

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Cool App Contender: SUMOTORI DE CHU

The PodCast at Delphi.org – The next contender in our cool app contest is SUMOTORI DE CHU. Are you fond of wrestling, sumo or other fighting games? You should surely try SUMOTORI DE CHU app. Inspired by Japanese national sport SUMO; it is a competitive full-contact sport where a wrestler attempts to force another wrestler out ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 18:28
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Inline Locals

RemObjects Blogs – Continuing our blog series on the (many) cool new features coming in Elements 8.4 later this Fall, today I want to look at a nifty little editor feature new in Fire (and coming in this Friday's beta): Inline Locals. Fire has always had the ability to let you evaluate the values of local variables ...
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Monday, 1. August 2016

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Australian Symposium speaker Shane van de Vorstenbosch

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Shane van de Vorstenbosch from OnSolution is presenting at the 2016 Australian Symposium Find out more about him in this speaker spotlight. Last day to register ! Registrations for Sydney have already closed. Registrations for Melbourne closes this Tuesday, 2nd August at midnight … because ...
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