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Tuesday, 16. July 2019

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Tester’s Diary: Getting Ahead With Post-Release Testing

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Carol Brands. Back in January, I wrote about how we determined the minimal amount of testing required to meet our release date for a struggling project. But what could we do to make sure we don’t fall into the same trap for our next release? This is the story of how we’re ...
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Thursday, 11. July 2019

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The On-Demand Test Environment

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Matthew Heusser. Ten years ago Bernie Berger wrote “A Day In The Life Of A Software Tester”, for Software Test and Performance Magazine. Yes, Magazine. As in, printed on paper. I know. It was a crazy time. The amazing thing about the day in the life article was how little ...
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Dim Out the Main Form of an Application When a Modal Form (/Dialog) is Displayed

Zarko Gajic – Dialog windows you use to display critical information to the user are, in most cases, displayed modally. A modal window (form) is the one where the application can’t continue to run until the modal window is closed. Delphi’s ShowMessage, InputBox and MessageDlg, for example, display a ...
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Tuesday, 9. July 2019

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AI in Testing: The Future is Here

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Peter G. Walen. People are talking about how AI is coming and how it will change everything around how we interact with and test software. They might be missing something important, like how AI is already impacting our lives and our work. People who know me often list me as ...
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Melbourne Meeting – July 2019

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 15th July at 6 for 6:15pm start. At our next meeting, Tony Bryer will give a presentation on ImageEn We will start the meeting with some time for a “Public Soap Box” where attendees can ask questions, share discoveries or talk about code.… Continue reading ›
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Thread around DCEF3 leaking memory, but DCEF4 doesn’t taught me to look at madExcept for memory leak checking too

The Wiert Corner – This thread about [WayBack] DCEF3 memory leak in Delphi XE2  – Alberto Paganini – Google+ taught me that madExcept has a much more elaborate memory leak checking than FastMM4: it checks any Windows memory heap allocation, handle leaks, etc, not just the Delphi code induced memory ...
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Monday, 8. July 2019

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Moving from Manual to Automated Tests

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest post by Pete Walen. Many organizations want the benefits of automated testing. They believe that the “next step” in testing is to build automated versions of what they manually run. This seems logical, but is it going to give them the improvements they want or need? The ...
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FNC BETA with 2 new components

TMS Software Blog – BETA A new FNC BETA is release is available for all active and registered customers! It includes 2 new components and a lot of smaller improvements and fixes. TTMSFNCPDFLib: Non-visual component for creating rich content PDF documents. HTML formatted text support Drawing primitives such as ...
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Brisbane Meeting – July 2019

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Wednesday July 10th at 5:30pm to 9pm. The Brisbane meeting is on at the usual* time and place. See you there
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Friday, 5. July 2019

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Meet the Author: Johanna Rothman

blog.gurock.com – Johanna Rothman, known as the “Pragmatic Manager,” provides frank advice for your tough problems. She helps leaders and teams see problems and resolve risks and manage their product development. Johanna is the author of fourteen books and hundreds of articles. Find the Pragmatic Manager, a monthly ...
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One Codebase - Multiple Targets

TMS Software Blog – FNC This week we focused on FNC, with a series of media content, brought to you via Facebook, Twitter, blog posts and other media channels. We wanted to focus on what FNC is by highlighting each framework and its corresponding operating systems individually. Here is a sample of what this looks like ...

Thursday, 4. July 2019

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Delphi and C++Builder Version Chart

NAF Delphi Blog – I created this extended product version chart, because I cannot seem to access this information elsewhere and I often need it when resolving component install issues (to reference folder and registry locations between versions) Company Product Product Version Package Version Compiler Version ...
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A COM Object Collection (IEnumVARIANT) – Delphi Tips – CJC Delphi (Cool Delphi Tips)

The Wiert Corner – Summary of [WayBack] A COM Object Collection (IEnumVARIANT) – Delphi Tips – CJC Delphi (Cool Delphi Tips) Question: How to implements object collection that support Visual Basic’s For Each construct ? Answer: In order to implements an object collection your object has to return ...
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TMS WEB Core: Integrating the Froala Editor

TMS Software Blog – How to integrate a JavaScript component into TMS WEB Core As a proof of concept, this article describes how easy it is to achieve a basic integration of the Froala Editor into TMS WEB Core. Froala Editor is a lightweight WYSIWYG HTML Editor written in Javascript that enables rich text editing ...
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Delphi Galileo IDE (version 8 and up): Force files to be saved as UTF8 – The Oracle at Delphi

The Wiert Corner – Though formatting mangled the registry key to add, the article is interesting: since 2003 (C# Builder 1), you can force the IDE to always save files as UTF8 which should alleviate a lot of encoding problems. It beats me why this isn’t the default setting, but below is an example .reg file for ...
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