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Wednesday, 23. November 2011

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FireMonkey Webinar Replay

Marco's Tech Blog – The replay of the video of my FireMonkey webinar is now available from Embarcadero. You'll have to fill a form with your contact information to receive the actual download information. Here are the relevant pages: Main RAD Strudio in Action FireMonkey page: http://www.embarcadero.com/rad- ...
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Jamie’s Blog | MQTT Client Library for Delphi

The Wiert Corner – Another way to talk to WebSphere MQ from Delphi is to use the MQTT Client Library for Delphi. It encapsulates the MQTT protocol, which – being a telemetry transport protocol – is extremely light weight, but also versatile. –jeroen Via: Jamie’s Blog | MQTT Client Library for ...
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Tuesday, 22. November 2011

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Our First Delphi Sweepstakes on Facebook and Twitter

Delphi Insider – We're trying something new with a sweepstakes to promote our social media presence as well as Windows and Mac development with FireMonkey.You can enter via Facebook, Twitter, and by attending one of our upcoming online events.The prize is a MacBook computer with 8GB of RAM, VMware ...
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FireMonkey Webinar QA

Marco's Tech Blog – Embarcadero has published the transcript of the question and answer sessions at the end of the webinars I did last week. The full set is available at Q&A; log files from the Marco Cantu RAD in Action Webinar “Building Rich Business Applications with FireMonkey”, on http://edn.embarcadero.com. ...
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In Delphi SHR is a SHR; in C >> is a SAR or SHR (via: Shift Right: Delphi vs C | Galfars Lair)

The Wiert Corner – I never knew that >> in C was a SAR/SHR depending if the underlying integer type was signed/unsigned. In Delphi the SHR is always a SHR operation: it never takes into account the sign. SAR is the artithmetic shift right. SHR is the binary/logical shift right. –jeroen via: Shift Right: ...
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IDE Fix Pack 4.6 dev 2 – C++Builder debugger performance

Andy's Blog – With IDE Fix Pack 4.6 dev 2 I’ve added a performance boost to the debugger for C++Builder projects. In a simple test project, a function in the comp32x.dll is called 89,428 times and it takes more than 7 seconds to answer those calls. So this function is very slow. I’ve now added a lookup hash table ...
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Monday, 21. November 2011

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Version Insight Plus Beta 7.1 (Alternative Commit layout, Shutdown fix)

Uwe's Delphi blog – I have fixed a shutdown error and added an alternative Commit layout and here is Version Insight Plus Beta 7.1. This setup is for XE and XE2. This is the list of the changes: Commit: Added alternative layout Fixed: Another shutdown error Alternative Commit Layout I have been asked if I could add ...
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Video: Castalia Code Templates

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – Recently, a Castalia user asked me for a demo of how to use the Code Templates that Castalia adds to the Delphi editor. I took his suggestion and created a video: The video is about 9 minutes long, and walks you through several of Castalia’s built-in templates: if..then if..then with a ...
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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.
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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
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