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Tuesday, 14. November 2017

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Delphi: ^TNodeData incompatible with PNodeData – {$T+} versus {$T-}

The Wiert Corner – In my Turbo Pascal days, I was fan of the {$T+} directive (now a.k.a TypedAddress on) as it would make the @ operator return typed pointers and the compiler would be more strict in forcing checks on pointer types to be compatible. Not so much in Delphi any more, see the below comment on in a G+ ...
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Monday, 13. November 2017

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Announcing Elements 9.3

RemObjects Blogs – Hi everyone. It's release time again, and I'm happy to announce that last week we shipped Elements 9.3, the latest update to version 9 of our multi-platform Swift, C#, Java and Oxygene compiler. Version 9.3 builds on the strong releases that came before it, really focusing on stability, bug fixes ...
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Melbourne Meeting – November 2017

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Monday 20th November at 6 for 6:15pm start. Glen Kleidon will give a presention on Encryption. The presentation will include: Generating Certificates for testing. General encryption topics including how RSA public/private keys actually work, using some basic mathematics. How to create SSL Clients ...
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Friday, 10. November 2017

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Announcing Elements 9

RemObjects Blogs – Hi everyone. We're happy to announce the immediate availability of the brand new Elements 9. Elements 9 is a huge milestone, and I'm extremely proud of what the team has accomplished this time around. No matter what areas of Elements you are most interested in, there's something great in there for ...
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A Happy New Year from RemObjects Software

RemObjects Blogs – Hi, thanx for reading! As 2016 draws to a close, I wanted to take a moment to reach out and thank all of you, our users, for your continued support and patronage. 2016 has been a tumultuous year in many respects, but in the RemObjects ecosphere it has mostly been a great year. We shipped quite a few ...
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Introducing Hydra 5

RemObjects Blogs – Today, I'm happy to announce the immediate availability of Hydra 5, the next major version of our beloved library for mixing and matching development platforms. For two versions now, Hydra has been the go-to solution for developers looking to mix Delphi and .NET code in the same application (among ...
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Announcing Elements 9.1

RemObjects Blogs – This week, we have shipped the long anticipated Elements 9.1, the latest version of or multi-platform, multi-language compiler tool chain. I'm very excited about this release, and an extensive overview of what's new can be found on our all-new website, here. But i want to highlight a few areas that ...
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Writing Android NDK Code with Elements

RemObjects Blogs – With our latest release of Elements 9.1 last week, we introduced support for native Android NDK apps. What this means is the you can now use whatever Elements language you like best – be it Oxygene, C#, Swift or even Java – to write not just the "regular" JVM/Dalvik-based part of your ...
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Data Abstract, Remoting SDK & Hydra Interim Updates

RemObjects Blogs – Hi everyone. just a quick note that while work is ongoing for Data Abstract and Remoting SDK 9.3, which will be significant feature updates later in the fall, we have just released a small interim update for RO/DA 9.2. Versioned at 9.2.103.1311, this update collects a number of bug-fixes and minor ...
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A First Peek at Water, our New IDE for Windows

RemObjects Blogs – Hi everyone. I wanted to take a moment and give a shoutout to let you all know that we've started shipping the first preview builds of Water, our upcoming IDE for Windows. While we're not quite ready for a public preview yet, Water has been available as a beta download for all users with an active ...
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Elements Case Study: Curaçao Weather

RemObjects Blogs – We've just published a new case study on our website. Check it out here to learn more about how Vision Thing B.V. used our Elements compiler and the Fire IDE to build their app for Android and iOS, as well as server back-end and a WPF based weather report analysis tool, all using Swift and with a ...
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Platform vs. Language

RemObjects Blogs – I frequently see people making the mistake of conflating a programming language with the platform. It's an easy mistake to make, because these days, most major platform vendors have one language (or two) that they closely tie to and associate with the platform: C# is for .NET development. Swift is ...
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Strategies for Cross-Platform Code Sharing with Elements

RemObjects Blogs – Customers ask me for advise for how to best structure their "cross-platform" projects with Elements, all the time. So with this post, I'd like to summarize some experiences and best practices from cross-platform and multi-platform projects I have worked on myself over the past year or two. ...
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Announcing Elements 9.2

RemObjects Blogs – I'm happy to let you know that earlier this week we shipped Elements 9.2, the latest update to our multi-platform development tool chain. Building on the strong foundation of our previous 9 and 9.1 releases, this build once again brings a slew of bug fixes, enhancements, major improvements and even ...
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Iodine: a Better Java Language

RemObjects Blogs – Last week we Announced Elements 9.2, and one of the major new features in this release is Iodine, our new Java Language compiler front-end. While a major focus is using the Java language on other platforms (a topic i'll cover in my next post), the goal with Iodine is also to provide a great/better ...
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