Here is another of my periodic blog posts with news and links from the Delphi and RAD Studio worlds.\
Embarcadero Conference in Brazil on October 26th: For information see http://www.embarcaderoconference.com.br/#inscricao
CodeRage 11 Online Conference Call for Papers: http://community.embarcadero.com/blogs/entry/coderage-xi-call-for-papers
I'll be speaking at EKON 20 in Germany (but that's a conference with an English track for all European attendees): http://entwickler-konferenz.de/. The speakers list and topics are pretty interesting.
InterBase ToGo Update for Android by Stephen at https://delphiaball.co.uk/2016/10/17/interbase-togo-...
InterBase ToGo Update for Android
Following an update to OpenSSL to address some identified vulnerabilities, Google has stopped allowing submission of applications that contain certain versions of OpenSSL libraries.
While InterBase ToGo and IBLite are not affected by the vulnerabilities identified, the current build that is shipped with RAD Studio for Android is being stopped from deploying to the Play Store. To get around this issue, please download the latest build for InterBase ToGo and replace the .a file in your local deployment files.
While tested on 10.1 Berlin, this download should work for any RAD Studio customer who’s product shipped contained InterBase XE7 (XE7, XE8, 10.0 Se...
Wir sind wieder unterwegs. Und zwar am 1. November in Hamburg, am 4. November in Mannheim und am 15. November in Zürich/CH.
Volker Hillmann (adecc-Systemhaus) und ich präsentieren die Neuerungen im RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin.
Eine völlig neue Installationsroutine ermöglicht es Ihnen, genau so viel oder so wenig zu installieren, wie Sie möchten - und damit die Startzeit auf wenige Minuten zu reduzieren! Die geräteübergreifende Entwicklung wurde durch den FireUI App Preview erweitert. Sie erhalten so eine Vorschau Ihrer Formulare auf jedem beliebigen Gerät (Desktop oder Mobile). Damit Sie das Internet of Things (IoT) noch effizienter und schneller in Ihre Apps einbinden können, erhalten Sie mit ...
In coming weeks David Millington (C++Builder Product Manager) and I are going to publish weekly blog postings where you can learn programming step by step with Delphi and C++Builder. As much as possible we will try to synchronise topics and content so you could even switch from one track to another. It will also be very interesting to see the same application developed in two languages, written the “Delphi way” and the “C++ way”.
For starters (;-)) we are going to develop calculator application as a vehicle to learn to program in C+Builder and Delphi. Here are the links to the very first posts in the series. Stay tuned! More to come!
Learn to Program with Starter
Introduction and Instal...
Welcome to the first blog post in the ‘Learning to program with C++Builder’ series - a set of five articles taking you from knowing nothing about C++ to writing a real-world, useful application.
I’m David Millington, the C++Builder Product Manager, and in parallel Pawel Glowacki is writing the same series and same app in Delphi. We may have some cross-language rivalry here ;) In the coming weeks, Pawel and I are going to publish weekly blog posts taking you step by step through programming in our respective languages, with Delphi and C++Builder. We’ll be taking you through from the very beginning, assuming you know no Delphi or C++ at all, and show you how to build a real-world, useful...
This blog post is the beginning of the "Learn to Program in Delphi" series. My name is Paweł Głowacki and I have been using and teaching Delphi for the last 20 years. I love Delphi programming and I do it also in my spare time. I think you can call me a "Delphi Maniac". Simultaneously with me David Millington, C++Builder Product Manager, is starting a similar series called "Learn to Program in C++Builder". David is also crazy about programming.
We are expecting that you have some previous experience in programming, but not in Delphi or C++Builder. In coming weeks we are going to take you through the process of building a simple "calculator" application.
In coming weeks David and I ar...