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24 years of Delphi... and Delphi 10.3.1 is out Today!

Marco's Tech Blog – Delphi 1 was introduced by Borland on February 14th 1995, so today it marks the 24th anniversary of the product. If you want to see some of the history about the product and its launch, you can refer to my blog post "22 Years of Delphi and it Still Rocks". In that post, there is a collection of my ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 2019-02-14 19:13
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Happy Birthday Delphi!

TMS Software Blog – Time flies as today we already celebrate the 24ste birthday of Delphi. The past 24 years have been an amazing, adventurous and always exciting voyage! Looking back at 1995, Delphi was nothing short of a dramatic breakthrough in productivity for software development. Before, I still remember that ...
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Igniting the passion for Delphi for future generations

TMS Software Blog – A local school in the town where the TMS office is located organized last week for the kids a project where they could experience an entire day in a working place they dream of for their future career. We had the pleasure to welcome Obama in our office. Obama is an 11-year-old boy who would love to ...
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Bookmarks and Navigator acquired by Embarcadero

Parnassus – In some exciting news, I’m pleased to announce that Parnassus Bookmarks and Navigator have recently been acquired by Embarcadero. Both plugins will be made available as part of RAD Studio in an upcoming release. I’m very happy to have the two plugins now part of Delphi and C++Builder. They were ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? admin @ 2019-02-11 21:06
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New RAD Server Console Ext JS UI in RAD Studio 10.3.1

Marco's Tech Blog – The new RAD Server Console UI in 10.3.1 is an additional download from GetIt and it sits side by side with the older console. We'll integrate it more deeply in the future, but you can start using it easily today. 1. Download from GetIt The new web applications is available in GetIt only ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 2019-02-15 11:55
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To celebrate his 85th birthday, some links to interviews with Niklaus Wirth interviews

The Wiert Corner – Today, Niklaus Wirth, “father” of The Pascal Programming Language turned 85. Happy birthday! Almost 50 years ago, Niklaus Wirth submitted his famous paper “The Programming Language Pascal” which was published early 1971 Luckily it is archived on both the WayBack machine and ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 2019-02-15 06:04
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TMS specials for Delphi’s 24th birthday on Valentines day

TMS Software Blog – Delphi 1.0 was released on Feb 14, 1995 and celebrates its 24th birthday this year. Also for TMS software, these 24 years were extremely exciting. Where we were developing VCL UI controls for 16bit Windows applications in 1995, we meanwhile have per monitor high-DPI enabled VCL UI controls for ...
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Target Version for running 10.3 Rio apps on Android 9

Marco's Tech Blog – When RAD Studio 10.3 Rio applications are executed on Android 9, you get an intermittent error due the call of a restricted API. As an example, this is reported at https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-23008. The issue is a call to a restricted platform API in FireMonkey, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? marcocantu @ 2019-02-11 13:32
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Delphi’s Big Day (with a little SVG fun!)

The PodCast at Delphi.org – A lot going on today for Delphi. Celebrating 24 years as being our favorite development tool, and also got the 10.3.1 Rio release! I wanted to do something fun for today, but I keep getting all wrapped up with webinars and other things, so this is a bit last minute, but still fun I think . .. . ...
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Anonymous method do location capturing, so when you expect value capturing you get the “Mysterious Case Of Wrong Value”

The Wiert Corner – Interesting read [WayBack] Mysterious Case Of Wrong Value. In order to capture by value (which in C++ you can specify), you need an intermediate function like Dalija describes: function CreateFunction(Value: Integer): TFunc<Integer>; begin Result := function: Integer begin ...
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