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September 2017

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Fund this: ImageEn Imaging Library for FireMonkey

NAF Delphi Blog – Fund this project on KickStarter:https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/imageen/imageen-imaging-library-for-firemonkey
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April 2017

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Delphi's Powerful Image Display and Editing Library, ImageEn updated to v7

NAF Delphi Blog – Fresh off the ImageEn blog, ImageEn v7 has been released:https://xequte.wordpress.com/
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November 2011

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ImageEn Watch: Detecting and Tracking Faces and Hands...

NAF Delphi Blog – You often see Delphi threads where people wax lyrical about the components they cannot live without. And like everyone, I have my favorites; the DevExpress grids (though I use an older version of the grid before it got bloated), ElevateSoft database components and Indy, come to mind. But to be ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nafdb @ 2011-11-08 20:54

June 2011

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Going back to Delphi 5...

NAF Delphi Blog – Prior to 2007, I had used Delphi 3, 4, 5 and 7. Without exception, they were all fine releases, generally they were great in themselves, but Delphi 4 in particular excelled in that I could uninstall it, put it back in the box and use it to level an uneven bookcase. Of the four versions, I spent at ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nafdb @ 2011-06-15 17:54

August 2009

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Delphi 2010 Offers Delphi 1 Style Component Palette!

NAF Delphi Blog – I'm almost wetting myself with excitement to hear that Delphi 2010 is returning to the old component palette:http://blogs.embarcadero.com/nickhodges/2009/08/06/39274http://wings-of-wind.com/2009/08/05/rad-studio-2010-review-2-the-new-old-component-toolbar/This is certainly a step in the right ...
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August 2008

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Automatic Interface and Implementation Synchronization

NAF Delphi Blog – Serge discussed on his blog about the implementation and interface declarations:http://blog.dragonsoft.us/2008/08/28/delphi-methods-and-default-values-convenience-or-contract-enforcement/I couldn't help venting about one of my pet peeves, QV:"This would all be moot if Delphi was intelligent enough ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nafdb @ 2008-08-28 19:05

March 2007

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I didn't know that yesterday!

NAF Delphi Blog – I've already waxed lyrical about Nick Hodges and how much things have improved at CodeGear since he came on the scene. I was going to lay off for a while before I became a full on stalker, but then he goes and posts something that is genuinely useful, not once but thrice on the same day.OK, so he ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? nafdb @ 2007-03-30 23:14
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CodeGear Pushes Buttons

NAF Delphi Blog – Is it just me, or is everyone (in the Delphi fold) really excited about CodeGear right now? I never held any emotion about Borland, even less so about Inprise, but CodeGear; they are really pushing all my buttons.When it was first announced that DevTools was only to become a sub-company of Borland, ...
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First Screenshots of Delphi 2010 for Win64

NAF Delphi Blog – WTF! Here we are in 2007 and in a major way, I'm still writing code in the same manner as I did with the Basic apps I hacked for a ZX Spectrum (aka Timex 2000) back in 1985. That is, I'm still coding in a glorified flat file text editor. Let's face it; text file coding ceased to be relevant when we ...
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