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Appsterdam Smart City Challenge 2015 Last week I have been participating in The Appsterdam Smart City Challenge 2015 in one-person Embarcadero team. My Delphi XE8 mobile app "Multilanguage Mile" did not get to the Top 5, but it was a very interesting and inspiring event. The hackathon took place in the Amsterdam ArenA stadion. It was the very first time that anybody was allowed to stay over night in Ajax ArenA. There was 65 developers and designers in 12 teams competing in building innovative apps for smart cities! ...
"A year in the Life of Delphi" webinar with Nick Hodges Nick had to wake up early today to do "A year in the Life of Delphi" webinar for Delphi developers from European timezone. It was excellent to hear some of the future directions of Delphi discussed. Of course these are only plans and "subjects to change without notice" but it gives the confidence in the future of Delphi. The year 2009 is going to be "transitional" for Delphi native compiler. Delphi Team is looking at completely new cross-compilation technology, the ability to target multiple bac...
PageRequestManagerServerErrorException in FireFox One of the problems we had to face when adding event support to CDN was the additional time it takes to check if there are any events scheduled in days displayed in the navigation calendar. To improve client-side performance, I used an UpdatePanel and a Timer to delay loading that information. The calendar is first rendered without highlighting days with events, but when the Timer's Tick event is triggered, the server searches for events in the specified time range and refreshes the calendar. A ...

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Atlas renamed According to sources Atlas was renamed in a more official way. Shares same fate as Avalon and Indigo. Now the server side part is AJAX Extensions and client side - AJAX Library. Official names are boring....

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Atlas renamed According to sources Atlas was renamed in a more official way. Shares same fate as Avalon and Indigo. Now the server side part is AJAX Extensions and client side - AJAX Library. Official names are boring....

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My article published on "DevSource" The elaborated version of my last post on AJAX standardization was published today on DevSource Do you agreee that “The Browser is a Computer”?...

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My article published on "DevSource" The elaborated version of my last post on AJAX standardization was published today on DevSource Do you agreee that “The Browser is a Computer”?...

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The beginnings of AJAX standardization The W3C is not sleeping. Last week the first working draft of the The XMLHttpRequest Object specification was published. This is an important step for highly interactive Web applications to become mainstream and a part of a bigger W3C initiative to standardize Web APIs. XMLHttpRequest object is an interface exposed by web browser's scripting engine to perform HTTP client functionality and is the cornerstone of AJAX architecture, which has nothing to do with great football team Ajax Amsterdam. It...

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The beginnings of AJAX standardization The W3C is not sleeping. Last week the first working draft of the The XMLHttpRequest Object specification was published. This is an important step for highly interactive Web applications to become mainstream and a part of a bigger W3C initiative to standardize Web APIs. XMLHttpRequest object is an interface exposed by web browser's scripting engine to perform HTTP client functionality and is the cornerstone of AJAX architecture, which has nothing to do with great football team Ajax Amsterdam. It...
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