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Wednesday, 1. February 2012

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Movie #66 - Animating Adding a TListBoxItem

LearnDelphi.TV – This is another video where I demonstrate my limited knowledge of FireMonkey.  It it I build the classic "Add items from an Edit to a ListBox" example, then add a little animation to make things look pretty.   The video is a touch under 13 minutes and you can watch it here or on YouTube.  This video ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? cgg@christie.net.nz @ 01:16
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Projecting 3D points to a 2D screen coordinate system

Random thoughts on coding – In this article I will put forward a small function to project 3D points to a 2D coordinate system. I have used VLO framework to display all the points after the calculation of different common functions. The most difficult part is to correctly project 3D points into a 2D perspective. Basically the ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jordi Corbilla @ 00:17

Tuesday, 31. January 2012

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February 14, 2012 - Celebrate Delphi’s 17th birthday during 3 live webinars

Sip from the Firehose – Delphi version 1.0 was launched at the Software Development Conference on February 14, 1995. The several thousand developers gave the team a standing ovation during the launch. This year we are celebrating 17 years of continuous innovation for the Delphi language, run-time library, Visual ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 23:43
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Rethinking the Delphi code editor

TwoDesk Delphi Blog – When you chose to use Delphi, you picked a great language with an absolutely perfect, flawless, IDE that couldn’t possibly be improved. Right? Wait, what’s that you’re saying? It’s NOT perfect? It CAN be improved? Ok, I admit, that was a lousy attention-getter to open with, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jacob @ 22:40
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OmniThreadLibrary Documentation–an Outline

The Delphi Geek – That’s how it’s going to look. If you feel I have left something out, now is the time to raise your voice. Introduction Introduction to Multithreading Introduction to OmniThreadLibrary Tasks vs. Threads Locking (vs.) Messaging TOmniValue High-level ...
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Delphi DataSnap REST server and jQueryMobile web client tutorial available

Pawel Glowacki – I have just put together a little EDN article about using jQueryMobile JavaScript library in your Delphi XE2 "DataSnap REST Application" projects. The idea was to demonstrate how to call server-side functions implemented in native Delphi code from the JavaScript client embedded in a web page using ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Pawel Glowacki @ 17:10
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Visiting Alabama

Marco's Tech Blog – I've been on a trip to the US last week, and quite busy, so I didn't post to the blog for quite long. Trying to catch up now, but first a short summary of the trip. Last week I was for 5 days consulting in Birmingham, Alabama, at OneDomain. Very nice and successful company, fully focused on ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 16:36
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Okay, So When Should You Call Create?

Nick Hodges – Okay, I want you all to notice that in my previous post about the use of Create,  I was pretty careful not to say “Never call Create”. And near the start I said “For the most part”. So let’s be clear – just as I didn’t say “Never ever call FreeAndNil”, I’m not saying “Never call Create”.  ...
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Store RTF As a Resource - Load Resource RTF Into a TRichEdit

About Delphi Programming – in Resources :: If your application needs external pre-made files like sounds and other raw data, beside distributing separate files for your application's use, you can add the raw data to your application as a resource. Here's how to store and load RTF (rich text document) data as a resource in ...

Monday, 30. January 2012

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Visualizing wave interference with FireMonkey

The Hacker's Corner – My article "Visualizing wave interference using FireMonkey" on EDN. Share This | Email this page to a friend
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Anders Ohlsson @ 20:42
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Firemonkey: Promise and Limitation

Delphi Code Monkey – Firemonkey is amazing, when considered as a platform with a future. As a product, as it ships, it's a strange mix of odd capabilities, and unusual gaps.For example, it's cool that everything in Firemonkey HD (formerly 2D) can be rotated and scaled. The scaling is practically useful, more than the ...
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Embarcadero Prism XE2 January 2012 release

Delphi Insider – The January 2012 release of Embarcadero Prism (aka Embarcadero Prism XE2 Update 4) is now available to registered users of Prism XE2 and RAD Studio XE2.Download the new version from the registered user site at: http://edn.embarcadero.com/article/42013 If you don't have Embarcadero Prism yet, ...
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Fixing TThreadedQueue…? (Or in other words: TMonitor… again!)

Delphi Haven – Probably out of masochism or something, I’ve been looking at TMonitor again. For anyone who doesn’t recall the earlier episodes, TMonitor is the ‘new’ (and rather low-level) threading device introduced in D2009. Alas, but it proved buggy as hell, as well as slow. Given the ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Chris Rolliston @ 08:11

Sunday, 29. January 2012

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Handling some XE2 issues Part #1

Uwe's Delphi blog – I am using XE2 since it is available to me, but the stuff I am doing at home is different from the stuff at work and also different from the stuff my co-worker is doing. We have switched to XE2 almost two weeks ago and thatswhy we discover some more XE2 issues now. Here are some of the issues we ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Uwe Schuster @ 19:49
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