CodeRage 6 session replays for Monday, October 17

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I've uploaded the CodeRage 6 session replays for Monday, October 17.  The MP4 video files are stored in CodeCentral on the Embarcadero Developer Network (EDN).  Sessions for Monday covered RAD Studio XE2, FireMonkey, Delphi XE2, C++Builder XE2, RadPHP XE2, and Embarcadero Prism XE2.  Embarcadero AppWave and Rem Objects' Oxygene compiler for Android were also covered.

6am: Product Address: RAD Studio XE2 by John Thomas, Embarcadero Technologies
John Thomas, Embarcadero's Director of Product Management for Developer Tools, kicks off CodeRage with the RAD Studio XE2 product address. Learn about all the new and exciting features of this release including FireMonkey with MacOS X support for Delphi and C++, 64-bit for Delphi, VCL Styles, and LiveBindings. (102.5MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/Item/28541

7am: DataSnap XE2: New Features and Improvements by Mathew DeLong, Embarcadero Technologies
The latest release of DataSnap comes with many new feature, from improved Cloud APIs (Azure and Amazon) to better monitoring and session management. This presentation covers several of these new features in some detail. (76.4MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28542

8am: REST and Mobile DataSnap Client Development by Mathew DeLong - Embarcadero Technologies
Using the newly introduced proxy dispatcher and mobile proxy generators, users are now able to develop mobile applications outside of RAD Studio while still being able to effortlessly invoke DataSnap Server methods. This presentation covers REST proxy generation for the following mobile devices; Android, BlackBerry, iPhone and Windows Phone 7. (51.6MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28543

9am: Introduction to LiveBindings by Jim Tierney, Embarcadero Technologies
This session introduces LiveBindings. LiveBindings are the new data binding system for VCL and FireMonkey. This session introduces key concepts including the binding engine, scopes, converters, methods, binding components, and custom components. (50.15MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28544

10am: LiveBindings: Practical Examples by Jim Tierney, Embarcadero Technologies
This session demonstrates how to use LiveBindings in practice. Examples include populating lists, TDataSet editing, control synchronization, using custom data. Both VCL and FireMonkey applications are demonstrated. (58.77MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28545

11am: LiveBindings in Delphi VCL and FireMonkey by Marco Cantù - Wintech Italia Srl
Departing from the traditional data-aware model, Delphi XE2 introduces a new sophisticated data-binding technology you can use for building database related applications, but also for connecting objects properties. (70.32MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28546

12pm: New RTL Threading Support in Delphi by Marco Cantù - Wintech Italia Srl
Over the last few versions, Delphi's threading model has been largely extended, offering features like anonymous threads and monitors. (64.02MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28547

1pm: Android Development with Oxygene for Java by Jim McKeeth - RemObjects Software
Use your Delphi skills to build native Android applications using RemObjects' new Oxygene for Java. Using the same language and compiler as Oxygene for .NET, which powers Embarcadero Prism XE2, Oxygene for Java is the quickest way Delphi developers can start building Android applications today. (53.10MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28548

2pm: Get Ready to AppWave Your Apps! by Peter Rieks – Embarcadero Technologies
This presentation introduces you to AppWave, its components, features and benefits, and how you, as a Developer or ISV, can get involved and ready your applications for use in AppWave! (36.51MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/28549

3pm: iOS Development with FireMonkey by Anders Ohlsson – Embarcadero Technologies
Do you want to put some Delphi apps in the AppStore? If so, then you should join us to learn how FireMonkey development for the iOS is done. See what's the same and different from development for Win/Mac. We go through the development process IDE -> xCode -> device. See how to call OS functions, work with Styles, in both HD and 3D. (214MB) http://cc.embarcadero.com/Item/28553

Tune in tomorrow, Tuesday, October 18, for Day 2 of more CodeRage 6 technical sessions, starting at 6am Pacific Time. Remember to register for CodeRage 6 (if you haven't already done so) at http://forms.embarcadero.com/forms/CodeRage6Registration


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Comments

  • Guest
    Simon J Stuart Monday, 17 October 2011

    Getting an "Unavailable Subission" error when trying to download ANY of the sessions linked here!

    Message reads:
    "Sorry, you don't have access to this submission. Please see similar submissions for Prism and Video, and other submissions by David Intersimone."

  • Guest
    David Intersimone Monday, 17 October 2011

    Weird. Others have successfully download the replays. I wonder if too many people are trying at the same time? Will check further.

  • Guest
    François Monday, 17 October 2011

    Worked for me without problem (just 1 at a time)...

  • Guest
    Herbert Sauro Monday, 17 October 2011

    Excellent because I missed them all today, too busy.

  • Guest
    Colin Johnsun Monday, 17 October 2011

    Thanks David for making the videos available as soon as you did. It makes it easier for us developers on the other side of the globe. I tried staying up early morning Sydney time but I couldn't last it. The videos will let me see all the Delphi goodness in normal hours for me. I will miss the Q&A sessions though :(

  • Guest
    Markus Monday, 17 October 2011

    Where's the video for the 3pm iOS FMX session? This paragraph doesn't contain a video link (yet).

  • Guest
    Wilfred Oluoch Monday, 17 October 2011

    Thanks David and Team. I was pleasantly suprised to see the replays up so quickly. Way to go! like @Markus said, the iOS video link?

  • Guest
    Kristof Monday, 17 October 2011

    Thank you very much, as you guys hit the limit last night with connections when I got home from work. I am very happy to see I don't have to wait 2-3 weeks for the things I really wanted to see from day 1

  • Guest
    Simon J Stuart Monday, 17 October 2011

    Hi again David,
    Don't know what you did (if anything) but they're working here now. Thanks :)

  • Guest
    David Intersimone Monday, 17 October 2011

    Note to everyone - the 3pm session download link has now been added. Thanks for your support of Embarcadero and CodeRage 6. Spread the word :) We're having fun and sleeping some.

  • Guest
    Carlos Tre Tuesday, 18 October 2011

    I'd like to make a suggestion: Embarcadero should set up a central repository for the source code presented in some of the sessions. Spoken English is not my strongest suit, I feel more comfortable watching the replays (you rewind, forward...), but sometimes not having access to the source is frustrating. Until earlier this year I was in Dephi 5 so there was not much for me, but now that I got XE in the amnesty offer, I was very frustrated when I could follow Jon Robertson's presentation on Windows services appplication, teh source code would have really helped me there.

  • Guest
    Sunil Arora Wednesday, 19 October 2011

    Thanks David for publishing these videos so soon. They are really extremely helpful.

    :)

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