C++Builder Developer's Journal - C++Builder 2010 Special Issue

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The wonderful team at the C++Builder Developer's Journal have produced a free, open issue focusing on some new features in C++Builder 2010.  The electronic version is available for download (on EDN's CodeCentral) at http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/27769 (3mb zip containing a PDF file).

The special issue (C++Builder Developer's Journal volume 14 number 5) contains:

  • Bob Swart opens the issue with an article on how to use C++Builder 2010 to build DataSnap 2010 server and client applications.

  • Josh Kelley provides an important two-part series on migrating a C++Builder application to Unicode.

  • Curtis Krauskopf provides three techniques for changing the default directory where new C++Builder 2010 projects are saved.

  • ByeongCheol Nam and Ki-Tae Bae describe how to develop a multi-touch system using C++Builder 2010.

  • Curtis Krauskopf closes the special issue with an article on his experiences in porting libraries from C++Builder 6 to C++Builder 2010.

Thank you to the C++Builder Developer's Journal and authors!

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