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Thursday, 7. January 2016

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My "3D Data Visualization" Skill Sprint

Pawel Glowacki – The New Year 2016 has just begun and we are all at Embarcadero busy with new ideas and activities. This week I have the privilege to kick off the new series of "Developer Skill Sprint" webinars with "3D Data Visualization" session. This time every week we have one theme with two webinars. Each ...
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Nonces and Tokens

DelphiTools – I recently committed an extension to dwsCrypto lib module that exposes direct support for cryptographic nonces and tokens. What are those nonce things? A cryptographic nonce is a number that is going to be used only once, it is usually a huge number, which will usually be encoded in various, non- ...
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Monday, 4. January 2016

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10 Years Anniversary of www.FreePascal-meets-SDL.net

Pascal Game Development – Happy New Year 2016 everybody, 10 years passed so fast! Right on time for the new year and for the 10 years anniversary of www.FreePascal-meets-SDL.net I completely overhauled the website. For those of you who don't know it, it is dedicated to Pascal programmers who would like to learn and use the ...
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New Developer Skill Sprints for 2016

Glooscap Software – Embarcadero wrapped up their 2015 skill sprints with a bang. Dave Millington gave a great presentation on writing plugins for the Rad Studio IDE using the latest APIs. If you've ever been curious about how to put something in the splash screen or about box or how to draw in the code editor, Dave ...
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Sunday, 3. January 2016

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Some Delphi and C++Builder articles

Brian Long – My blog editor of choice is proving to be a little quisquous at the moment.Historically I have used Windows LiveWriter, part of Windows Essentials (whose development stopped in 2012, but was still available here (web installer) and here (offline installer)). This worked well, but at some point over ...
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Melbourne Meeting – January 2016

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 18th January at 6 for 6:15pm start. Simple HTML parser – John McDonald John will show the code for a couple of simple parsers, one for parsing HTML and the other for parsing arithmetic expressions, and discuss techniques for parsing expressions and languages.… Continue reading ...
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Saturday, 2. January 2016

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Cool new FMX components by Graham Murt @kscomponents

Sip from the Firehose – Some cool new FireMonkey components, ksComponents (Kernow Software FMX components), created by Graham Murt, are available on GitHub. You'll find the source code for TksListView, TksFormTransition, TksTableView,TksSlideMenu, TksSegmentButtons and TksChatView. Readme file can be found at ...
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DirWatch: Delphi 10 in action

Behind the connection – In this article, I will show you how I used Delphi 10 Seattle to create a nice application aimed at watching a directory tree. Source code provided, see at the end. Background: I frequently use shared directories as repository for files. Some user on the network just drops the file in the ...
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Friday, 1. January 2016

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Happy New Year 2016

RemObjects Blogs – Hello everyone, and a Happy New Year of 2016! We're hitting the ground running this year, and have already, on January 1, shipped brand new alpha/beta builds of our next upcoming major updates. The latest Elements 8.3 beta build (.1911) is out, adding some pretty cool new stuff, including full- ...
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Is It A Leap Year? Delphi and C++Builder VCL Apps

Sip from the Firehose – Happy New Year 2016! And yes, 2016 is a leap year, so we all have an additional day for programming this year. Here are two VCL applications, one written using Delphi and one written using C++Builder. The projects have a simple VCL form (you can do the same using FireMonkey) with a TButton, a ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? david.intersimone@embarcadero.com @ 17:52
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From my paper archives: early QuickReport materials and BDE network installation tips

The Wiert Corner – While cleaning up my “attic”, I came across some old QuickReport 1.0 documents and BDE installation tips so I scanned them. I think the first document is by this Lars Søndergaard. The last is by Dave Robinson, then working at Amber Computer Systems Inc, but I could not find on-line ...
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Serial Number System Challenge

The Programming Works – I stumbled across an interesting link that made me think about a solid serial number system based on strong cryptography. Cryptography discourages systems based on secret algorithms, and relies on open algorithms and secret keys. So let us develop a serial number generation/verification system with ...

Thursday, 31. December 2015

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The 2015 Embarcadero Year in Review by David I.

Sip from the Firehose – 2015 was a huge year for Embarcadero, our developer tools and our worldwide developers and partners. We shipped two major releases of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder. We delivered 52 Developer Skill Sprint webinars (6am, 11am and 5pm). CodeRage X for Delphi and C++Builder took place in ...
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Our little New-Year gift for Pascal developers

TMS Software Blog – On this last day of the year, we'd like to introduce a first version of a little New Year's gift for you, Pascal developers. If you are, like us, excited about Internet of Things, embedded software development, DIY projects, controlling electronics from your code, ... we have for you a first version ...
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My Year in Cities, 2014

Marco's Tech Blog – Following a long tradition of this blog, dating back to 2006 (and continued in each of the following years), here is my year 2015 seen through the cities I've been to, mostly for work, occasionally for vacation. The rule is: Places I've visited in 2015 for at least one night (plus some relevant ...
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