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Wednesday, 29. June 2011

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3D with the JMonkeyEngine and Cooper

RemObjects Blogs – Showing off a little 3D fun with Cooper and the JMonkeyEngine for Java.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? RemObjects TV @ 14:21
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Delphi Certification

Marco's Tech Blog – As you probably know by now, a couple of weeks ago Embarcadero introduced a Certification program for Delphi. The official page is at: http://www.embarcadero.com/certification There are two levels of certification, a basic level with an online exam and a ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 10:30
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Designing GitHub for Mac

Malcolm Groves – Interesting article on designing the new OSX client for GitHub. I especially liked this fundamental observation about prior OSX GitHub clients: “every OS X application that’s showed up over the years gave up and tried to turn CLI commands into buttons.”
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Tuesday, 28. June 2011

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The New Project Wizard for DA/Delphi

RemObjects Blogs – I wanted to show you the new Template Wizard in Data Abstract for Delphi. You will notice under the Data Abstract project type is the VCL Application icon. This will launch our new Template Wizard. The template wizard includes a number of new options that were previously not available. The first ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 21:07
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“DataSnap and Android (Part I)” on BlaisePascal

Daniele Teti's programming blog – BLAISE PASCAL MAGAZINE Issue no.17 is just published. In this issue there is the first part of my articles about “DataSnap and Android”. During this series I’ll show how to write a complete TODO application using Delphi DataSnap Server and an Android thin client. Have ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Daniele Teti @ 11:04
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What Databases Can you Integrate / Embed Directly With Your Delphi Application

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi Picks :: An embedded database is a database that does not run in a separate process, but instead is directly linked (embedded or integrated) into the application requiring access to the stored data. An embedded database is hidden from the application's end-user and requires little or no ...
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Weaving: Source code, IL, ByteCode, Native

The Wiert Corner – Weaving extends your program adding new functionality. It can be at different levels for difference purposes (AOP, Debugging, Automated Testing, etc). This .net – What is IL Weaving? question on StackOverflow contains a few pointers to interesting reading material. –jeroen Filed under: ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 07:00
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FREE Delphi Certification for Delphi XE and RAD Studio XE registered users

Andreano Lanusse – On June 7 we announced the launch of our Embarcadero Delphi Developer and Delphi Master Developer certification program. This program will help you to distinguish yourself in the global Delphi community by preparing for and passing the certification exams. Delphi XE or RAD Studio XE registered users ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Andreano Lanusse @ 05:22
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Only 4 days left - get RAD Studio XE at the Delphi/C++Builder Price

Sip from the Firehose – Just a reminder - if you don’t already have Embarcadero Delphi XE or C++Builder XE you can, until June 30th, get RAD Studio XE at the Delphi or C++Builder price.  This offer applies to the Professional, Enterprise and Architect editions of RAD Studio XE. With RAD Studio XE you get Delphi XE, ...
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Monday, 27. June 2011

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Accessing Private Stuff with Interfaces

Nick Hodges – I have to admit that the following code surprised me.  I guess it makes sense, but I wouldn’t have guessed that you can expose private functionality via an interface like this.  Interesting.  program DoPrivateStuff; {$APPTYPE CONSOLE} uses SysUtils; type ITestInterface = ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nick@nickhodges.com @ 23:38
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The New Project Wizard for DA/Delphi

RemObjects Blogs – A look at the New Project Wizard in Data Abstract for Delphi. Supports creating clients only, clients for Relativity server, client and server as well as two tier applications. This demonstration shows creating a client for a Relativity server in Delphi XE.
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? RemObjects TV @ 22:32
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“new” keyword and “default” constructors

DelphiTools – DWScript SVN version just introduced support for the “new” keyword and “default” constructors. The syntax is similar to that of Oxygene/Prism, you can now create a new instance with obj1 := new TSomeObject; obj2 := new TSomeOtherObject(param1, param2); By default, the above ...
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Programmatically Remove a Mapped Network Drive: Dialog or Silent

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi TIPS :: When working with files and folders in your Delphi applications you might need to provide a user with an option to map a shared network path to a drive letter AND to un-map or disconnect a mapped network location. This time, we want to remove a network connection from Delphi ...

Sunday, 26. June 2011

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Delphi Preview Handler – source code published in google code

The Road to Delphi – A few hours ago I  published in the google code site the code of the Delphi Preview Handler project, under the Mozilla Public License 1.1 , now you can browse in the code and make your suggestions and report bugs using the issue page of the project. I also want to thank to Uwe Raabe by allow me use ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Rodrigo @ 22:38
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Experimental GExperts Version 1.35-2011-06-26 released

twm's homepage – This new version contains all changes from GExperts 1.35. The new release is based on the current GExperts sources. You can download the new version from the GExperts page. -- Delivered by Feed43 service
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