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Monday, 21. November 2011

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Multiton Design Pattern in Delphi

Yanniel's notes – The multiton is somewhat an extension of the singleton pattern. It is referred as registry of singletons by the GOF. I don’t know for sure who appointed the name multiton: it’s an analogy derived from the term singleton. So, singleton = single + ton; while multiton = multi + ton.The singleton ...
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Using the PragmataPro Font in Delphi

Marco's Tech Blog – I've been using the PragmataPro font in Delphi recently and I really like it a lot. Before I get to the key topic, let me underline that fact that most of you probably spend a lot of time using an editor (either the one in the Delphi IDE, or the editor of in Visual Studio, Eclipse, on any other IDE, ...
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BE Delphi DataSnap session and source code

Dr.Bob's Delphi Notes – The BE Delphi Developer Day last week (November 17th) in Edegem, Belgium was a big succes, and so was my session on Delphi XE2 DataSnap FireMonkey Clients for Windows and Mac OS X, for which you can now download the slides and source code.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Bob@eBob42.com @ 17:38
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BE-Delphi - new developer community in Belgium

Jason Vokes – It was my pleasure to be the first presenter at the first ever BE-DELPHI community (as in BElgium-Delphi) event in Antwerp, Brussels on Thursday 17 November.  Other presenters were Brian Long, Bob Swart, Stefaan Lesage, Thierry Laborde and Bruno Fierens. When the guys first discussed the idea with ...
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Simple TGridLayout example using FireMonkey

Stephen Ball – On a recent road show event in Birmingham we demoed an example of a TGridLayout as part of a practical demo. Having had a few questions about the control, I hope this helps with getting started with it. The example code for TGridLayout is available on Code Central. TGridLayout is a great control for ...
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ORM - Object Relational Mapping / Persistence Frameworks for Delphi

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Tools / Components :: Working with database data in Delphi can be really simple. Drop a TQuery on a form, set the SQL property, set Active and, voila, here's your database data in a DBGrid. Ok, you do need a TDataSource and a connection to a database, but that's just a few clicks away. ...

Saturday, 19. November 2011

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JSDialog Pack – Upcoming feature

JED Software Blog – Incase you missed the tweet from last week. Something new coming in december: 10 secs of video. http://bit.ly/vbVhJ7

Friday, 18. November 2011

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Delphi and My MacMini

Marco's Tech Blog – Readers of my FireMonkey white paper and attendees of the FireMonkey webinar has asked me about the configuration I use to build Mac applications. Rather than hosting Windows and Delphi in a virtual machine on a Mac (targeting the virtual machine host), when I got the first betas of Delphi XE2 for ...
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What is TMS Aurelius?

TMS Software Blog – I've been working with Delphi and databases for years already (actually I'm this close to say "for "decades" - in plural). In database programming we all typically do the same: create SQL statements, execute it in the database and retrieve results back, using a TDataset descendant object which we ...
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Introduction to LiveBindings in Delphi XE2

Devia – Yesterday at Be-Delphi I gave a session on using the new LiveBindings in Delphi XE2 ..Be-Delphi Yesterday was Be-Delph, and I was invited to give a talk on the new LiveBindings in Delphi XE2. Me and a colleague of mine decided to drive up there together, which should have given me some time to ...

Thursday, 17. November 2011

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By: Brian Layman

The Code Cave – Sorry I don’t have Delphi installed at the moment and 1and1 has changed their UI significantly in the last four years. So I don’t know that this would work anymore.
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By: Craig

The Code Cave – Please send me the .co.uk ver of the 1and1 dns updater, looks great … Thanks in advance
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IDE Fix Pack for XE2 LiveBindings IDE problem

Andy's Blog – I have uploaded a development snapshot of IDE Fix Pack 4.6 dev 1 that addresses the XE2 LiveBindings IDE performance problem. Let’s see if this optimization is enough or if I need to add more complex optimizations. Name IDE Version File Size Downloads Added DelphiSpeedUp 3.1-untested RC for ...
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A Sneak Peek at RemObjects JobXchange

RemObjects Blogs – Today i want to give you a first look a new service for our website that i have been working on over the paste few weeks: RemObjects JobXchange. Ever since we started with RemObjects Software, but more frequently in the past few years, we’ve been receiving regular requests from companies ...
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Compile-time evaluations, ‘&’ prefix, internal changes

DelphiTools – Here is a summary of recent changes for DWScript in the SVN: support for compile-time evaluation of constant records and static arrays. support for the ‘&’ escape prefix to allow using reserved words as identifiers. fledgling math extensions (TComplex, TVector & TMatrix), ...
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