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Wednesday, 16. December 2015

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Installers Lie

TPersistent.com – At work I have an SSD which is only 220 GB so it is almost full almost all of the time.  Gone are the days of lean software deployments, and I am a hoarder when it comes to information.  As a result, I was attempting to install DX Seattle on my SSD and Install Aware told me I had sufficient space ...
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New DocWiki RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder Platform Status Page

Sip from the Firehose – Our RAD Studio Development, QA, Documentation and Product Management teams have collaborated to create the new Embarcadero DocWiki RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder platform status page. The platform status page shows the supported platforms and operating systems for different RAD Studio ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? david.intersimone@embarcadero.com @ 18:44
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Hotfix for iOS 9.2 for C++Builder 10 Seattle and RAD Studio 10 Seattle

Sip from the Firehose – This hotfix addresses compile time errors when targeting iOS 9.2 using C++Builder or RAD Studio 10 Seattle. This hotfix is not necessary for Delphi 10 Seatlle customers - it is only for developers using the C++ compilers and targeting iOS 9.2 devices. Date Added: Dec 15th, 2015 Platform/Version: iOS ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? david.intersimone@embarcadero.com @ 18:13
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"Delphi Practical Workshop" in Hoofddorp yesterday was great fun!

Pawel Glowacki – I have teamed up with Danny Wind of Delphi Company, Delphi MVP in the Netherlands, to prepare and run the whole day "Practical Delphi Workshop". After few weeks of preparation yesterday was the big day! 18 Delphi and C++Builder developers showed up in the morning in the Crowne Plaza Schiphol hotel ...
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Tuesday, 15. December 2015

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A Pleasant Development

TPersistent.com – I recently upgraded to DX Seattle which contains the long awaited (7+ releases) resolution for the “Out of Memory” issue.  I was pleased to see that DX Seattle is now Large Memory Address aware, in addition to using memory more efficiently according to Marco Cantu. So far, after ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Larry Hengen @ 21:30
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C++ in Action Replay: Move your C++ projects to C++Builder 10 Seattle

Sip from the Firehose – The Embarcadero C++ team presented an online webinar on Wednesday, December 9, 2015 showing C++ developers the fastest way migrate your projects to C++Builder 10 Seattle and build/update data-rich, hyper connected, visually engaging applications for Windows 10, Mobile, IoT and more using Standard ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? david.intersimone@embarcadero.com @ 15:58
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Skill Sprint: Using FireMonkey Layouts

The PodCast at Delphi.org – FireMonkey has many layout controls to choose from. Come learn the differences and how to use them to create dynamic, multi-platform user interfaces. Live sessions Tuesday, December 15th, 2015 6AM San Francisco / 9AM New York / 2PM London / 3PM Milan 11AM San Francisco / 2PM New York / 7PM London / ...
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This was the month November and December at tmssoftware.com

TMS Software Blog – Just like September, November & December were again very busy months here at tmssoftware.com. A small overview: TMS Logging In the beginning of this month we released TMS Logging v1.0.0.0, a new logging framework that makes use of log levels to output values/objects. We developed TMS Logging to have ...
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Driving PhantomJS from DWScript

DelphiTools – PhantomJS is a “headless Webkit” browser which can be used for various automation tasks, among which is the generation of thumbnails for BeginEnd.net This article is a quick illustration of how it can be controlled from a DWScript WebServer. PhantomJS comes as a self-contained executable ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? Eric Grange @ 09:45

Monday, 14. December 2015

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Delphi Blogs of the Week/Month #36

Marco's Tech Blog – Another month has gone by, and here are some interesting Delphi links I've collected. Embarcadero Updates New Platform Status docwiki page, indicating support for newely released versions of the operating system RAD Studio supports, and offering workarounds and suggestions from blog posts ...
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Saturday, 12. December 2015

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How To Find and Fix Problems In Your Component Packages

Delphi Code Monkey – A very useful technique that all Delphi developers should know, is how to debug a your own DLLs (IDE experts) or  BPLs (binary component packages) when they exhibit problems when they run inside Delphi itself.  You could think if it as "debugging delphi inside of delphi", except you're not ...
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Friday, 11. December 2015

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CodeSite Studio and Konopka Controls are Now Cheaper... or Even Free

Marco's Tech Blog – Among several changes and sales initiatives happening at Embarcadero during this month, there are two worth underlining and both related with the components the company acquired this year from Raize software, Konopka Signature VCL Controls and CodeSite Studio. I probably don't need to spend too much ...
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VSoft.CommandLineParser for Delphi - Updated

VSoft Technologies – A while back I published the VSoft.CommandLineParser library on github, which makes it simple to handle command line options in delphi applications. The first version only did enough to satisfy the needs I had in DUnitX. In another project I’m working on, I needed a command mode, where each ...

Thursday, 10. December 2015

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Custom object memory allocation in Delphi: Bypassing FastMM for fun and profit

Parnassus – Want to avoid memory fragmentation? Want to write a memory pool for a certain type? Just want to write some cool code? This post delves into custom-allocating your classes.Did you know? (Yes, this is unashamed advertising): Parnassus Navigator and SourceOddity FixInsight are having a bundle sale in ...
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Wednesday, 9. December 2015

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The coding love – When I read and refactor code of another developer

The Wiert Corner – Thanks Stefan Glienke for this picture: When I read and refactor code of another developer –jeroen via: The coding love – When I read and refactor code of another developer.Filed under: .NET, About, Delphi, Development, Software Development
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