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C++Builder R&D sessions at CodeRage 7 tomorrow Don't miss these R&D sessions tomorrow (Wednesday) at CodeRage 7: 9am PST - Migrating C++Builder Code to 64-bit This session will cover differences between the Embacadero Win32 and Win64 C++ compilers, comparing keywords, macros, extensions and standards conformance of bcc32 and bcc64. The focus will be on strategies to port existing C++ Projects (ActiveX, WebBroker, SOAP, etc) and writing new code in a way that works for both Platforms. Bruneau Babet - Embarcadero 12pm PST - C++...
C++Builder XE3 64-bit and Update 1 for Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE3 released! Yesterday we released the 64-bit compiler for C++Builder XE3. At the same time, we also released Update 1 for Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE3. More details in Tim's post here. Specific links: Delphi XE3 Update 1 C++Builder XE3 Update 1 RAD Studio XE3 Update 1 Fix List for Update 1 Enjoy!...

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MVP Nuggets #2 Primoz Gabrijelcic led a workshop on Visual LiveBindings last week Danny Wind wrotes an article "Why I Like FireMonkey" Salvador Jover wrote a recap of the XE3 Tour that Danysoft hosted - Spanish - English (Google Translate) I'd like to celebrate Salvador Jover in particular - he re-blogs and re-tweets just about anything that is Delphi related in the blogosphere! Thank you so much Salvador! Zarko Gajic wrote about "Understanding Owner Drawing in Delphi" He also wrote about "Under...

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Components vs Children in FireMonkey You have probably iterated through the Components array many many times as a Delphi developer. Consider this simple application: It's probably no surprise that listing the Components of the form like this... procedure TForm2.Button1Click(Sender: TObject); var i: Integer; begin Memo2.Lines.Clear; for i := 0 to ComponentCount-1 do Memo1.Lines.Add(Components[i].ClassName+' (Name = "'+Components[i].Name+'")') end; ...gives you the following output, which is very ...

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MVP Nuggets #1 In "MVP Nuggets" I will be highlighting things that some of our MVPs have done in the last week or so. Luciano Pimento wrote a tips and tricks article about improving performance and maintenance of your client/server applications. Marcos Antonio Moreira did a Delphi multi-platform lecture at a university. He also did a University TV interview ahead of his talk. He blogs about it here. Pedro Bento published an article "Introduction to Generics in Delphi" in Active Delphi (print magazine)...
CodeRage 7 for C++ takes place December 10-12. Don't miss it. CodeRage 7 for C++ takes place December 10-12. Don't miss it. It will be 3 days totally dedicated to C++! Don't miss the special session with Bjarne Stroustrup. Much more details in David I's blog post here. Register for CodeRage 7 for C++ now. David I posted a great blog post on Embarcadero's continued commitment to C, C99 and C++ here. Enjoy!...

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EKON16 and Mobile Studio This post is a little late. My apologies. :) I had the great honor of keynoting at EKON16 in Dusseldorf earlier in November. I presented RAD Studio XE3 and our RAD Studio road map. I also did a well attended session "What's Cooking in the Labs". I gave a sneak preview of Mobile Studio for about 45 minutes and showed where we're going with it. I showed the seamless integration of writing your code, designing your UI, debugging and deploying your app. I showed our use of some native controls...

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CodeRage is next week! Register NOW! CodeRage is less than a week away. If you haven't registered yet, why not just do it right now? Register for CodeRage Learn more about CodeRage If you’re a software developer, this is your kind of conference.  It’s technical. It’s flexible. It’s free! CodeRage serves up real-world technical sessions designed to provide you with information you can put to work immediately in your projects, in your environment. CodeRage brings you top industry speakers and technologists presenting on a ...

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BVS Solitaire Collection for Mac BVS Solitaire Collection for Mac is written in Delphi XE3 using FireMonkey, and was approved a couple of weeks ago. It is available in the Mac App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/app/bvs-solitaire-collection/id560152267?mt=12 Enjoy!...

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Thanks DAPUG and Jens Fudge! I had the pleasure of speaking at a 2-day DAPUG workshop in Denmark on October 23-24. The work shop was a full house and sold out. I enjoyed the interactive crowd very much. Very special thanks go out to Jens Fudge (MVP) and his family. They were awesome hosts for a couple of days after the workshop....

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