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Wednesday, 24. February 2016

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Feb 24 Webinar - Attract more users to your Delphi & C++Builder applications by leveraging new Windows 10 APIs

Sip from the Firehose – Last Wednesday, February 17, I presented a webinar that showed you how to easily move your existing Delphi and C++Builder VCL applications forward with the new Windows 10 look, feel and new components and have the apps run on Windows 7,8 and 10. Tomorrow, Wednesday, February 24, 2016 I will present ...
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Tuesday, 23. February 2016

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Resources to help you move your Delphi and C++Builder Win32 projects to Win64

Sip from the Firehose – Stephen Ball recently posted a blog with information and resource links to help Delphi developers move their 32-bit Windows projects to 64-bit Windows. I also provided C++Builder resource links for those C++ developers that want to move their 32-bit Windows projects to the new C++11 compiler and ...
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Decentralized World Simulation (not Delphi-related)

DelphiTools – As I do not have a better place to drop them, here are some musings related to the Simulation Hypothesis, though not as in The Matrix. Came about them while thinking about how a decentralized simulation (not for a world) could be run, and then one thing led to another. This is basically an ...
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FastMM4 moved from SF.net to GitHub – pleriche/FastMM4@245706d

The Wiert Corner – Updated the homepage in the source and readme to reflect the move to GitHub. Source: pleriche/FastMM4@245706d In related news: Primož Gabrijelčič is contributing to it as well: his pull request got processed https://github.com/pleriche/FastMM4/pull/1 implemented FastReallocMem logger. –jeroen ...
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Monday, 22. February 2016

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Learn How to Use the New JSON Features in RAD Studio 10 Seattle

Pawel Glowacki – Learn How to Use the New JSON Features in RAD Studio 10 Seattle Wednesday, March 2, 2016 Pawel Glowacki - Embarcadero Technologies RAD Studio 10 “Seattle” introduces many new features for working with JSON documents. In this demo-oriented session you will learn new ways of reading and generating ...
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"Learn How to Use the New JSON Features in RAD Studio 10 Seattle" webinar, March 2nd, Wednesday

Pawel Glowacki – Next week I’m going to present the webinar in three timezones on using new ways of working with JSON in RAD Studio 10 "Seattle"! There better ways of parsing JSON, a number of refactoring, easier ways to serialize and deserialize Delphi objects to and from JSON. As a bonus I’m also going ...
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Delphi Blogs of the Week/Month #39

Marco's Tech Blog – Another collection of relevant news and blog posts on Delphi and RAD Studio, from the last couple of weeks. Official Updates, Roadmap, Birthday, and New Chinese Year Embarcadero has released hotfixes for XE7 and XE8 and some missing C++ files for 10 Seattle. We have a roadmap at ...
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Melbourne Meeting – March 2016

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 21st March at 6 for 6:15pm start. Arduinos and Friends – John McDonald (Actinium) and Jason Tolloy (ROK Technology). John has a current project using an Arduino and will introduce us to the topic. Jason will then fill in some gaps, and go into a bit more detail in some areas.… ...
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Sunday, 21. February 2016

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Finding Memory Allocation Bottlenecks with FastMM4

The Delphi Geek – Recently, I had to find bottlenecks in one of our applications that does all sorts of things related to DVB and is handling real-time reading and sending of data streams over IP with bitrates up to 80 Mb/s (in our lab; in real life maybe even more). Our customer created a configuration which ...
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Real World Justification for Purchasing Component Source Code

Cape Cod Gunny Does Delphi – I'm working on a database project using Delphi 10S Update 1. The database I'm using is ElevateDB, which is written with Delphi. I licensed the ElevateDB VCL Standard version without source code back in 2011 and maintain my annual subscription. I'm very happy with this product.I ran into an issue ...
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Saturday, 20. February 2016

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Echoes From The Past: Message Master For Delphi a.k.a. MM4D

Daniele Teti's programming blog – Some years ago, at the Delphi 6/7 timeframe I was working on a client/server program with c.a. 400 forms and 200 units. At that time I needed a simple way to localize in Italian (in primis) and in other languages, all the  standard dialogs (ShowMessage, InputBox, InputQuery etc.). Moreover, I would ...
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Friday, 19. February 2016

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EurekaLog 7.4 is out

EurekaLog Blog – We are pleased to announce the availability of the new 7.4 version. EurekaLog is a tool for Delphi and C++Builder that gives your application the power to catch every exception and memory/resource leak, generating a detailed log of the call stack (with unit, procedure and line number), ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Александр Алексеев @ 13:31

Wednesday, 17. February 2016

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Building Delphi Classes from JSON

Stephen Ball – JSON to Delphi Classes I’m currently working on a new blog post showing how to integrate a popular REST API. One of my tasks is to convert JSON to Delphi Objects, so I need to define the Delphi class structures to work with so I can use the TJSON.JSONToObject that I covered previously. I ...
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A script to check the frequency of Oracle log switches | Oracle DBA tips

The Wiert Corner – A wile ago, I had a this error when trying to get the TIME portion of a DATE column: ORA-00904: "TIME": invalid identifier This doesn’t work in Oracle, even though when you search for Oracle convert DATE to TIME you end up at this page listing TIME as a function: 12.7 Date and Time Functions. ...
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Tuesday, 16. February 2016

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Delphi 64bit Code

Stephen Ball – Updating 32bit code to Delphi 64bit Ever since Delphi XE2, it has been possible to generate Delphi 64bit applications from the same code base as your traditional Windows 32bit Delphi code. The business case for 64-bit for business is covered in this tech paper The Impact of 64-bit Applications to ...
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