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Tuesday, 18. October 2011

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CodeRage6 First Day

Marco's Tech Blog – The first day of CodeRage 6 saw JT's Delphi product address and a number of in-depth technical sessions, including a couple of myself. Delphi Product Address The first session at CodeRage 6 was John Thomas (JT) RAD Studio product address (the first he has given). He introduced XE2 and ...
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Monitoring Desktop Heap Memory and troubleshooting issues (part II)

Random thoughts on coding – Now that we know what Desktop Heap Memory is and How works (Monitoring Desktop Heap Memory and troubleshooting issues (part I)), we can extend this functionality and retrieve the Heap size from our Delphi app and even better, create a new desktop with a specified heap size.To achieve this I am ...
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Monday, 17. October 2011

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Controling Delphi Applications using your THOUGHTS

OTAPI – I am proud to announce that I will shortly be releasing my Emotiv EPOC SDK (EDK) translated headers for Delphi! The Emotiv EPOC Neuroheadset is a PC hardware device enabling you to interact with software using your thoughts. Skeptical? I certainly understand that, given the number of other products ...
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Announcing the RemObjects Connect online support forum

RemObjects Blogs – Dear customers, Earlier this year, we introduced you to a beta version of our new web based support community that we created to replace our newsgroups (and go beyond). While here at RemObjects we’ve always been big fans of NNTP, we’re finding it increasingly difficult to ask new (and ...
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CodeRage 6 is live! Join the technical sessions…

Sip from the Firehose – CodeRage 6 started this morning, October 17, at 6am Pacific Time.  John Thomas, Director of Developer Tools Product Management is giving the RAD Studio Product Address.  You can also follow the conversation on Twitter using the #coderage6 tag. http://www.embarcadero.com/coderage Sessions - ...
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FireMonkey’s TCube & Tessellation

DelphiTools – If any of you had a look at FireMonkey’s TCube object, you might have noticed rendering it is quite slow and quite complex. If you were curious enough to look at the code, you might have noticed that TCube is actually a static mesh made up of 452 vertices, 1440 indices and 480 triangles, ...
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Delphi Mocks: The Basics

Nick Hodges – Introduction As you may have noticed, I’ve kind of started to become a championship caliber pain in the butt about unit testing.  I walk the halls of Gateway Ticketing saying “If your code isn’t easy to test, you are doing it wrong”.  I keep giving my Unit Testing presentation to anyone ...
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Version Insight Plus Beta 6 (Git on Hg level and SVN 1.7.0)

Uwe's Delphi blog – I have added a lot more Git support to Version Insight (Plus) and made some minor improvements in the Commit View and here is now Beta 6. This setup is for XE and XE2. This is the list of the changes: [Git] Added: “File | Open From Version Control…” support for Git (aka Clone) [Git] Added: Commit ...
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FireMonkey forms and DLLs/dylibs

Delphi Haven – Well I’ll start with what actually worked – a FireMonkey form being shown from an Excel spreadsheet on the Mac (yes, the Mac – Windows refugees unite!): Bizarre as it may sound, this combination was actually quite easy to get working. Here’s the VBA code behind the button: ...
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Sunday, 16. October 2011

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CodeRage 6 is Starting!

The Delphi Geek – Tomorrow starts the CodeRage week! My presentation is scheduled for Friday, 21st, at 06:00 PDT / 15:00 CET, which is early for the West coast folks but great for East cost and us Europeans. See you there! --- Published under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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Open a list of URLs

Random thoughts on coding – Going on with my previous entries, in this post I am releasing a little tool to open a web browser (in this case google chrome) and populate it with a list of stored URLs. This tool would be the culmination of the articles: My first Google Chrome extension (Get all URLs from Google Chrome tabs) ...
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Monitoring Desktop Heap Memory and troubleshooting issues

Random thoughts on coding – This article wants to put together a series of interesting articles to monitor the desktop heap memory and finally put forward a little in-house tool to monitor the output of Desktop Heap Information Monitor Tool v8.1 from AireSoft using the algorithm from "capturing output capture" from one of ...
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All about WiFi Networks and WiFi Adapters using the WMI and Delphi

The Road to Delphi – Some time ago I wrote an article about how list the Wifi networks using Delphi and the Native Wifi API, today I will show you how can you can gain  access  to even more info and stats about the Wifi Adapters and Networks in a local or remote machine using the WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) ...
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Saturday, 15. October 2011

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Lua4Delphi Fundraiser – Final day

OTAPI – Once again I’d like to thank everyone for their contributions toward Lua4Delphi. The target hasn’t been reached, but your contributions have made a substancial difference. There’s still time for anyone else who wants to contribute, but today is the final day of the fundraiser, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Simon Stuart @ 16:48
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FireMonkey Style Explorer

Felix Colibri – create tFmxObjects from their class name, create their default style, display their child style herarchy in a tTreeView, present each style element in an Object Inspector which can be used to change the property values.
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