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June 2015

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WWDC 2015 and Elements

RemObjects Blogs – It’s been another exciting year at WWDC, even though i personally did not make it out to San Francisco this time. But staying home also has its upsides, as it means I had lots of time to dive into what’s actually been released. As always there are many things new and coming in the Apple ecosystem ...
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May 2015

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Announcing Data Abstract and RemObjects SDK 8.3

RemObjects Blogs – We’re happy to announce that we just shipped Data Abstract and RemObjects SDK 8.3, a set of significant updates to our flagship emoting and multi-tier frameworks. Delphi/Mobile Probably the most exciting change for Delphi users in this release is the inclusion of support for the “NEXTGEN” Delphi ...
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A Small Update

RemObjects Blogs – Hi. This just to let you know that a couple of days ago we shipped a small interim update to Elements 8.1, which was originally released at the end of last month. This update, versioned 8.1.83.1761, focuses on fixing a few minor but annoying issues in Elements (such as an endless reboot loop when ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marc @ 2015-05-17 11:02

April 2015

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Announcing Elements 8.1, with Swift and Fire

RemObjects Blogs – Elements 8.1 We are absolutely thrilled to announce the immediate availability of Elements 8.1, the next major version of our Elements compiler with Oxygene and RemObjects C#. Don’t let the .1 version number trick you, Elements 8.1 is a significant and major update that brings a wide range of ...
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March 2015

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An Update on RemObjects Silver

RemObjects Blogs – Hi. I wanted to take a brief moment to give you an update on the status of Silver, our Swift compiler for .NET, Java/Android and Cocoa. First of all, thank you again for trying out Silver. Interest in the compiler has been tremendous, with over 1600 people using the beta now. We could not be more ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marc @ 2015-03-31 10:49

January 2015

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Oxygene for Delphi Developers: New Features

RemObjects Blogs – Oxygene has come so far from where Delphi left the Pascal language when it stopped innovating in the late ’90s that it’s hard to provide a simple and concise overview of what’s “new” in Oxygene for Delphi developers – there’s just so much. This topic will ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marc @ 2015-01-28 09:14
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Little Things that make a difference. Part II. DA LINQ String Operations

RemObjects Blogs – One thing that DA LINQ lacked until recently was support of the sting data comparison operations. This means that there was no easy way to properly express SQL statement like: SELECT Id, Name FROM dbo.Customers WHERE Name > 'Alpha' using DA LINQ. Even worse – a lot of .NET languages ...
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December 2014

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Little Things that make a difference. Part I. Application Base (addendum)

RemObjects Blogs – In this short article, the server application template created in the previous article will be turned into a real Visual Studio template. Greater minds have already described the process in the MSDN article at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/xkh1wxd8.aspx. Some preparation work is needed ...
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Little Things that make a difference. Part I. Application Base

RemObjects Blogs – This is the first of a set of short articles related to different Data Abstract or SDK features that I feel are important and interesting. Some of them will be just minor improvement notifications, while others will highlight something that can be called a feature but is still way too specialized to ...
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September 2014

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Staring into the Fire: Code Completion

RemObjects Blogs – This post is part of a series in which I want to take a closer look at some of the features and functionality in Fire, our new IDE for the Mac. The topic for today is Code Completion. Code completion, also called IntelliSense in Visual Studio parlance, is a crucial part of writing code these days. ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marc @ 2014-09-08 16:25
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Strong Typed Rows in the DataAbstract for Cocoa

RemObjects Blogs – Challenge In DataAbstract for Cocoa, you can retrieve the values for a particular table field using the KVC approach, where the field name is passed as a string key: DADataTableRow *row = [[self table] rowAtIndex:idx]; NSString *name = [row ...
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Using DataAbstract and RemObject SDK for Cocoa libraries in Swift

RemObjects Blogs – As you probably already know, Apple recently announced a new programming language called Swift, a new and fresh look at programming for the Mac. The main and obvious purpose of Swift is to replace Objective-C in the future. To develop for the Mac, RemObject Software offers two products, DataAbstract ...
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August 2014

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Staring into the Fire: The Build Process

RemObjects Blogs – This post is part of a series in which I want to take a closer look at some of the features and functionality in Fire, our new IDE for the Mac. Fire is designed to be light-weight and “get out of your way”, and one of the parts where this shines thru is when you build. Compiling your project is a ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marc @ 2014-08-06 15:00
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Staring into the Fire: Search and Replace

RemObjects Blogs – This post is part of a series in which I want to take a closer look at some of the features and functionality in Fire, our new IDE for the Mac. In this post, I’d like to look at Search and Replace. Search and Replace is a core feature of any development environment, so of course Fire has ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marc @ 2014-08-04 15:00

July 2014

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AES encryption envelope and Xamarin PCL

RemObjects Blogs – Recently I’ve been asked a question about how the AES encryption envelope can be used with a PCL build of Data Abstract, the issue being that PCL doesn’t expose the needed cryptography API. Although I don’t known the reason for this, I am still going to provide a solution. Before ...
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