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Wednesday, 21. December 2011

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A week in the TMS labs day 3: TMS Instrumentation Workshop for FireMonkey

TMS Software Blog – Last week we proudly released our first set of controls for FireMonkey. In this video, you can see the TMS Instrumentation Workshop for FireMonkey in action. We show you the components in use in a FireMonkey HD application running on Windows 7 and the same application also deployed and running on ...
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… 62, 63, 64!

The Delphi Geek – It is my pleasure to announce the availability of OmniThreadLibrary 3.0 beta. The main focus of this release is on the 64-bit support. Every part of OmniThreadLibrary is now compatible with the Windows 64-bit platform! The current status of the code is “It works on my machine”. That is not pretty ...
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FireMonkey ONLINE

Stephen Ball – Join me for FireMonkey in Action ONLINE! – 21/22 December 2011 In these demo-led technical sessions you will learn how to… Create stunning business applications with FireMonkey and apply it to new or existing applications Create a single application and target both Windows and OS X Connect ...
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It’s time to move on

Andreano Lanusse – Hi everyone, there are certain things we cannot let go and need to be mention. During the whole year I try to keep my blog posts about software development and other related technologies, but this time I need to mention what is going on here at Embarcadero. Upgrading to Delphi XE2, C++Builder XE2 or ...
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"24 Hours of Delphi" today and my "FireMonkey End-to-End Scenarios"

Pawel Glowacki – It is a really long day today:-) I’m now still listening to "24 Hours of Delphi" online webinar hosted by David I and Anders Ohlsson from Developer Relations, and it is almost midnight now. Very good stuff! I have promised during my session to upload "FireMonkey End-to-End Scenarios" demos. ...
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Tuesday, 20. December 2011

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… 54, 55, 56 …

The Delphi Geek – Thread pool is working, other tests are passing nicely and it looks like you’ll be able to get your hands on the alpha version tomorrow. --- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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Using Images When Developing For iOS

Australian Delphi User Group Members – This post will explain how to avoid blurred images at iPhone and iPod touch with Retina display. It may contain nothing interesting for people that already have some good knowledge or at least read some books or articles about iOS … Continue reading →
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Oxygene for Java takes Delphi programmers to the Java and Android platforms

Brian Long – At the end of November 2011, RemObjects released Oxygene for Java, previously known as Project “Cooper” as per this official blog post and, for that matter, the press release. Anyone familiar with Delphi Prism, which is RemObjects’ .NET compiler (also known as Oxygene for .NET) will know it is a ...
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JSDialog Pack 2.0.015

JED Software Blog – A new version of JSDialog Pack is now available to registered users with valid maintenance. If you haven’t received an email with the latest version – please contact me.   This version addresses a couple of issues and also adds support for dialog sheets. Dialog sheets are dialogs ...
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A week in the TMS labs day 2: TMS IntraWeb HTML5 Controls

TMS Software Blog – On day two of the week in the TMS labs, we present a deeper look at the capabilities of the recently developed TMS IntraWeb HTML5 Controls Pack. The video shows how you can take advantages of the new cool features of HTML5 in your IntraWeb applications for desktop and mobile browsers. You can see ...
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The show must go on….

Stephen Ball – Well today was a FIRST! There was I, happily chatting away Live on 24 hours of Delphi and the building had to be evacuated due to a Fire Alarm. However, thanks to wi-fi, I was able to stay online. FireMonkey very LIVE! The wonders of Modern Technology…… To find out what is happening next ...
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24 Hours of Delphi Today

Marco's Tech Blog – In an hour or so David I will kick off a new 24-hours of Delphi event, featuring also myself (around 7pm, European time). To sign up visit http://embt.co/Delphi24. The detailed program (a bit hidden, I have to say) it at: http://blogs.embarcadero.com/davidi/2011/12/16/41441/ ...
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Delphi XE2 and iOS: things you should not do

The Wiert Corner – When developing applications for iOS using Delphi XE2, it uses a smart but convoluted FPC detour. That results in a few things you should take into account when developing iOS applications: Do not use Unit scope identifiers (that’s why for instance the FireMonkey unit FMX.Dialogs is called ...
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Drag Multiple Files From Delphi's TShellListView

About Delphi Programming – in Shell Controls :: The TShellListView control (a part of the Shell Controls package) can be used to display files from the file system. Paired with TShellTreeView shell, the TShellListView can be used to mimic Windows Explorer user interface. When MultiSelect property is set (to true) for the ...

Monday, 19. December 2011

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… 47, 48, 49 …

The Delphi Geek – Second milestone reached – dynamic lock-free queue works in 64 bits as does blocking collection. The latter is basis for most high-level threading abstractions in the OmniThreadLibrary so this is quite an important milestone. Thread pool was not tested yet so the code is still in “look but don’t ...
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