Archive

Monday, 28. November 2011

6
votes
Vote UpVote

Do you wanna see an enormous potential tool? Here’s the pascal for Java and Android

Daniele Teti's programming blog – Yes, this is very cool. I’m not a Java hater, in terms of language (and I dont want to start a language-war), but some Java features, IMHO, are a bit uncomfortable for me. However, Java is very powerful and there are an enormous amount of good open source project for Java. So, seeing java ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Daniele Teti @ 18:18
3
votes
Vote UpVote

Atomic interface initialization

The Delphi Geek – OmniThreadLibrary includes (in the OtlSync unit) a neat record called TOmniCS which wraps IOmniCriticalSection interface (which in itself is just a wrapper around the TCriticalSection) and allows you to use it without an explicit initialization. You just declare a variable of the TOmniCS type in ...
9
votes
Vote UpVote

New in RAD Studio XE2: Project "Template Libraries"

Pawel Glowacki – Clearly the biggest new feature of RAD Studio XE2, Delphi XE2 and C++Builder XE2 is FireMonkey: The New Generation Business Application Development Platform. However there are lots of bigger and smaller new features in RAD Studio XE2 that just do not get noticed. One of my favorite new IDE features ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 17:30
5
votes
Vote UpVote

Incorporating Maps into your application

Australian Delphi User Group Members – As everyone knows, Google provides a web mapping service application that allows maps to be embedded into third-party websites via the Google Maps API.These APIs can be used to incorporate static maps into your Delphi applications. (Refer to Google’s terms … Continue reading →
1
vote
Vote UpVote

FireMonkey in Action LIVE - Utrecht, The Netherlands

Pawel Glowacki – Last week I had a pleasure to do "FireMonkey in Action LIVE!!!" presentation to about 80 Delphi and C++Builder Dutch developers in Jaarbeurs conference centre in Utrecht in the Netherlands. Detlef from Blaise Pascal magazine has been video recording the whole event. After a short RAD Studio XE2 ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 14:32
2
votes
Vote UpVote

RAD Studio XE2 World Tour: Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Pawel Glowacki – RAD Studio XE2 World Tour seems to have no end. I have managed to get to Ljubljana to show RAD Studio XE2, new Delphi and FireMonkey to more then 80 programmers in Slovenia, despite the fact that my flight was cancelled due to fog. The next day fog in Ljubljana was even heavier and I was not able to ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 13:32
2
votes
Vote UpVote

Redirect Mouse Wheel Message To A Control Under The Mouse in Delphi Applications

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Tips ::Mouse wheel is used for scrolling. When a scrollable control (TMemo, TListView, TTreeView, ...) has the input focus, moving the wheel will result in vertical scrolling of the content of the focused control. Many Windows applications (Delphi IDE including) have changed the default ...
9
votes
Vote UpVote

Fixing a VCL Style bug in the TPageControl and TTabControl components

The Road to Delphi – The BUG Yesterday while I’ve working migrating a personal project to Delphi XE2, I found a bug(QC #101346) in the TPageControl and TTabControl components. The issue is related to the images (icons) which are drawn in the tab controls when an ImageList is associated to the component. check the ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Rodrigo @ 05:22

Saturday, 26. November 2011

2
votes
Vote UpVote

Welcome to Australia

Australian Delphi User Group Members – G’day Delphi world, We’re Australia or “down under” as you like to call us sometimes. We’ve been a bit quiet over the years when it comes to blogging about Delphi but that’s about to change. This is the blog for … Continue reading →
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? LachlanG @ 22:30
9
votes
Vote UpVote

Updated JCL and JVCL Binary Installers for XE2

Andy's Blog – I have uploaded a new build of the JCL and JVCL Binary Installers for XE2. The installers are based on JCL svn revision 3634 and JVCL svn revision 13184. They are binary installers which means that they do not need the dcc32.exe/dcc64.exe to install like the source code installers that are usually ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Andreas Hausladen @ 17:20
2
votes
Vote UpVote

Updated JCL and JVCL Binary Installers for XE2

Andy's Blog – I have uploaded a new build of the JCL and JVCL Binary Installers for XE2. The installers are based on JCL svn revision 3634 and JVCL svn revision 13184. They are binary installers which means that they do not need the dcc32.exe/dcc64.exe to install like the source code installers that are usually ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Andreas Hausladen @ 17:19

Friday, 25. November 2011

5
votes
Vote UpVote

Internationalizing your Delphi application: An ABC example

Yanniel's notes – If you want to make your Delphi application general enough to address multiple locales, then you need to internationalize it. There are three common aspects that I want to emphasize (no necessarily in that order): Resourcing Unit conversionsDynamic messagesWe’ll cover the three of them with a very ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Yanniel @ 19:41
3
votes
Vote UpVote

One Right Thing at a Time

Nick Hodges – Wherein I discuss how to do things that you should be doing and how not to do things that you shouldn’t be doing…. Sometimes you tweet something and it makes sense to you, but then you realize that it also kind of begs for more discussion.  For instance: “Things move so quickly that ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nick@nickhodges.com @ 04:44

Thursday, 24. November 2011

9
votes
Vote UpVote

Matrix library by Michael Rabatscher with many features and x86/x64 optimizations

The Wiert Corner – This one is on my Delphi research list for sure: a matrix library including some advanced operations like singular value or LU decomposition, pseudo inversion and others as well as a large set of assembler hand optimized matrix primitive functions. The assembler version are available for x64 code as ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 06:00
3
votes
Vote UpVote

9 iOS components and 8 demos for Thanksgiving!

The Hacker's Corner – Happy Thanksgiving! Share This | Email this page to a friend
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 05:23
Subscribe:
Contact us to advertise on DelphiFeeds.com

Community Links

Torry Firebird News

Sponsor

 
Please login or register to use this functionality.
(click on this box to dismiss)