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Sunday, 11. September 2011

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My next 2 RAD Studio XE2 Launch stops

Andreano Lanusse – During the last 30 days I have been in the road launching the new RAD Studio XE2, so far 14 cities located in 6 different countries and almost 50 thousand miles flown. Thank you everyone who attended our events around the world, developers are very excited and impressed with all of the new features ...
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These ARE the droids you’re looking for…

Michael Swindell – A popular question asked at the RADStudio XE2 World Tour events is "when will you support Android development?". While FireMonkey’s initial iOS support will be greatly extended in future updates and releases, we are also planning Android/FireMonkey support for C++ and Delphi in future ...
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The RAD Studio XE2 World Tour is coming to the South Africa!!

Sip from the Firehose – Glenn Wylie and Jon Harison from Embarcadero Technology are in South Africa this week as part of our RAD Studio XE2 World Tour.  The Cities, Dates and Locations are: JOHANNESBURG:Tuesday, 27th September 2011 Gallagher Convention Centre 19 Richards Drive, Midrand - Johannesburg ...
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Saturday, 10. September 2011

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Bruno Fierens of TMSSoftware just showed their new grid that uses HTML5 with asynchronous event support cool!

The Wiert Corner – An HTML5 grid with no flickering, very little delay and smooth appearance on both regular and iPad webbrowsers: at the Delphi-Tage.de conference, Bruno Fierens of TMS Software just showed their new IntraWeb HTML5 grid component as he promised on his blog. Cool work in progress. Should become public ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 15:03
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Stephen Forte`s Blog – Silverlight is Dead, Long Live XAML

The Wiert Corner – Interesting, when you compare this with FireMonkey: native versus managed, and both good UIs. Interesting times ahead. In retrospect: storing the form in a DFM wasn’t such a bad idea after all –jeroen Via: Stephen Forte`s Blog – Silverlight is Dead, Long Live XAML. Filed under: ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 08:53
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#FireMonkey will be #updated early, #often and regularly. Before the end of this month, and initially multiple updates per quarter, later once per quarter (Michael Swindell on the #Embarcadero Discussion Forums)

The Wiert Corner – Quoting Michael Swindell: Re: Will Firemonkey be updated outside of regular product updates? Posted: Sep 8, 2011 5:11 PM   in response to: David Schwartz David Schwartz wrote: The product matrix shows that Firemonkey currently supports iOS 4.2. Apple will be introducing iOS 5 shortly. Will ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 07:17
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Movie #61 - FishFacts FireMonkey

LearnDelphi.TV – In this 6 minute video Alister Christie fumbles his way through his first FireMonkey HD application - it's the classic FishFacts example.  Watch it here or on YouTube.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? cgg@christie.net.nz @ 07:12
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Book Review #14 - jQuery Mobile Books

LearnDelphi.TV – In this brief video Alister Christie reviews two books on jQuery Mobile.  They are jQuery Mobile First Look from Packt and jQuery Mobile Up and Running from O'Reilly.  You can watch the video on YouTube.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? cgg@christie.net.nz @ 07:04
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Limiting Scope

Nick Hodges – As a general rule, developers should limit the scope of variables as much as possible.   Keeping the notion of limiting scope in every way possible, from the big things (never, ever, ever use global variables)to the subtle little things a language can do (declare const parameters whenever ...
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Friday, 9. September 2011

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RAD Studio XE2 World Tour: Brussels

Pawel Glowacki – I’m back from Brussels from another fully booked event during the RAD Studio XE2 World Tour. It felt so good to present Delphi XE2 and FireMonkey to more than 100 enthusiastic developers! This time I had also an opportunity to present AppWave - the new and revolutionary way how you can deploy ...
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Delphi XE2 FireMonkey: the reason you should not have used assembly

The Wiert Corner – Right now, I’m porting a bunch of stuff over to FireMonkey in Delphi XE 2 so it can run cross platform. (Be sure to attend the RAD Studio XE2 World Tour when possible, this stuff is way cool!) Having avoided Windows x86 assembly in my own sources for years, I’m astonished by the number ...
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Attend the Delphi Live 2011 Embarcadero Keynote in San Jose - September 13, 9am

Sip from the Firehose – The word is out. The biggest and best Delphi release is here. Join Embarcadero at Delphi Live! to get a first-hand look at all the Delphi capabilities you’ve been waiting for and more! The keynote address at Delphi Live! is usually only available to attendees who pay the $899 conference fee, but we ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 12:21
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Japan part of my "round the world tour in 13 days" is completed - in Germany now

Sip from the Firehose – I arrived last Sunday night in Tokyo for the start of my round the world your in 13 days.  I am in Germany now on my way to Cologne for the Delphi Tage 2011.  Here is a recap of the Japan part of my tour. Monday - Tokyo – 3 press interviews for RAD Studio XE2.  The press members like the Multi- ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? David Intersimone @ 11:46
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Delphi XE 2 Release, Part 1

Marco's Tech Blog – As you certainly know, Delphi XE2 has been released last week. This is a first blog of a series of posts devoted to the new Delphi. Embarcadero technologies has released the much anticipated Delphi XE2, with support for Win64 native development and Mac OSX native development. That's certainly a ...
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Happy {$EXCESSPRECISION OFF}!

DelphiTools – Just a notice: I’ve updated the XE2 single-precision floating point article after using the (up to now) undocumented {$EXCESSPRECISION OFF} directive, thanks to Allen Bauer for chiming in! Executive summary: this directives enables use of single-precision SSE floating point instruction by the ...
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