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Tuesday, 12. February 2013

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C++Builder in a 64-bit world

JT @ Embarcadero – As many of you know, we recently released our new C++ compiler for 64-bit Windows. This had been a project undertaking of many years as we delivered a new toolchain with the highest C++11 language compliance, a highly optimized backend code generator, and VCL and FireMonkey support. It really ...
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Working with Briefcases

RemObjects Blogs – One very useful feature of Data Abstract is Briefcase support. The Data Abstract briefcase provides local persistent storage. Simply store the data in a local briefcase file on the client file system, and the data can be reloaded without needing to request it again from the server. Some common use ...
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TZDB 1.8 — 13 November 2012 Database (2012j)

Yet Another Programming Blog – A new version of TZDB has been release (1.8.121113). This version adds some very small changes. The biggest update is the bundled database version. Grab the latest version here, and view the latest changes here.   TZDB is an open source project that provides Delphi (7+) and FreePascal (2.0+) ...
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No DLLs in Delphi Bin

Marco's Tech Blog – A few Delphi developers I know has ben hit by licensing errors... because of a new protection feature in XE3, documented in the release notes. Given I received 3 different reports of this problem by 3 different develoeprs, I felt it is worth pointing it out. As you can see in the Release Notes ...
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Cool: your own queries on Stack Exchange Data Explorer (StackOverflow: My answers with non Delphi tag)

The Wiert Corner – This is way cool, and has been there for a long time, and I completely missed it until recently (: On the Stack Exchange Data Explorer, you can write your own queries for any of the StackExchange sites as they share a common database infrastructure. The queries can even contain an execution plan, ...
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C++BuilderXE3 64-bit compiler - a compendium of my blog and video posts

Sip from the Firehose – For those of you who have been following my blog the past three months, you know I have been posting information and videos about our new C++Builder XE3 64-bit Windows compiler.  This blog post contains the 64-bit related videos and articles in one place so that you can easily find the links.  You ...
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Lights, Camera,… Sound?

JT @ Embarcadero – So, I spent some of my weekend recording samples of my drums for my Play My Drums iPad app. I uploaded them to SoundCloud so you could have a listen. Beech Infinite Samples on SoundCloud I created many hits on different parts of the snare and with different velocities as well. Next step is to cut ...

Monday, 11. February 2013

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“Nougat”, Beta 3

RemObjects Blogs – On Friday, we shipped BETA 3 of Oxygene “Nougat”, a major milestone in our progress to bring the Oxygene language you know and love to the “Cocoa” platform for truly native Mac and iOS development. The big benefit of Oxygene “Nougat” over other non-Apple tool ...
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Crash Course TMS Aurelius – AnyDAC or dbExpress?

TMS Software Blog – In the example provided in the previous post, we saved a TCustomer instance in a local SQLite database which was accessed natively by TMS Aurelius. Let’s refactor that code a little bit: procedure SaveCustomer(Connection: IDBconnection; CustomerName: string); var Manager: TObjectManager; ...
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Introducing “Nougat” – Oxygene for Cocoa

RemObjects Blogs – Introducing RemObjects “Nougat” – Oxygene for Cocoa. Bringing the Oxygene programming language to Cocoa and Cocoa Touch for Mac OS X and iOS development. Demonstration includes CrossBox, Interface Builder and Instruments integration.
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Sunday, 10. February 2013

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Using Universal Plug And Play (UPnP) with Delphi

Behind the connection – UPnP is a set of networking protocols that allows discovery of networked devices supporting UPnP. For example, you can easily discover printers, Wi-Fi access points, internet gateways, Streaming servers and many other types of devices. Microsoft Windows provides an API to use UPnP. This API is ...
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Saturday, 9. February 2013

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FireMonkey: Extending TFloatAnimation to support maximum loops

JED Software Blog – Background In response to a QC report I wrote early last year I decided to implement a LoopCount property on the TFloatAnimation component. Report No: 105140 Status: Open Add a LoopCount property to the TAnimation class http://qc.embarcadero.com/wc/qcmain.aspx?d=105140 Class Definition ...
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MVP Nuggets #11

The Hacker's Corner – Jose Castillo Reyes: Workshop: Developing Apps for Windows 8 With Delphi XE3 Alexander Alexeev: "Friendliness" in Delphi - Russian - English Robert Love: AnyDAC - worries with some real excitement Nick Hodges: Delphi and the Decorator Pattern Enjoy! Share This | Email this page to a friend
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Reasons why iOS apps get rejected by AppStore

Michael Swindell – Venturebeat has a good article on reasons why iOS apps get rejected by the Apple AppStore. 1. Use of the word “beta” or otherwise indicating that your app is unfinished 2. Long load times (must be less than 15sec) 3. Linking to outside payment schemes (must use Apple pmt models - iTunes and in-app ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Michael Swindell @ 01:00

Friday, 8. February 2013

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Graphics competition, two days left to register!

DelphiTools – ..and maybe win first prize, which is the tablet of your choice? SmartContest 2013 Round #1 This is the first competition out of four this year. So this is your chance to win some exciting prices by showing off your Object Pascal skills! The topic of this round is: graphics programming (eg. demo- ...
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