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App Tethering, threading, REST, automated test and more... Last week we had a very good meeting at the danish users group with almost 30 attendees.A lot of new people were there, and certainly some people I've known for 20 odd years.  As always with our one day meetings we had an agenda with speakers from within the group. On the agenda this time I was up first showing and telling how to use App Tethering, in a system that actually could be used in a real life scenario, so in stead of the usual "Hello World" kind of application I built a complete ...

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Extending VCL to Mobile with App Tethering App Tethering was first introduced in RAD Studio XE6 as a way to extend your VCL and FireMonkey (FMX) apps to other companion applications.  The companion apps can be Windows, Mac OS X and/or FMX multi-device apps.   With App Tethering, you can breathe new life into your existing Windows VCL apps! You can extend Windows VCL and FMX apps connecting them to other devices, sensors, data and services to build connected apps to add to a distributed Internet of Things (IoT) solution! ...
Get ~$2,000 Worth Of Mobile Game Source Code FREE For Delphi And C++Builder Are you ready to dive into game development on mobile? Why not get a head start with these four games: Alien Invasion, Mars Rocket, Rocket Ship Delta, and Space Rocks. They come with full source available for Delphi and C++Builder which you can download and get started with right away. The game source codes are available for both the Starter Edition and the Pro or higher versions of RAD Studio. The source code for each game is worth around ~$500 making a total of around ~$2,0...
Easily Connect Your Local Devices Together With App Tethering With Delphi and C++Builder it is now easy to use App Tethering if you want to build applications that can communicate with other applications on the same machine or located on remote hosts. It is now simpler to communicate and share information across multiple platforms: mobile or Windows. For a quick intro, just to keep you interest alive and make you start building your first tethering applications, take a look at the following video as it describes how easy is to build an image sharing ...
Five Ways You Can Easily Kick-start Your Internet Of Things Development RAD Studio offers IoT functionality and connectivity through a number of different protocols and components. You can integrate your IoT devices using Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy. You can talk to beacons and create a proximity fencing solution with BeaconFence. You can track and measure how often your apps are used using Embarcadero® AppAnalytics. You can easily connect your apps together via App Tethering over Bluetooh and Wifi. And finally you can connect to over 50 different IoT devices...
AppTethering blog posts to help you reuse and extend your existing projects Using app tethering, your VCL, FMX and console applications can easily: 1) Discover other applications that are using app tethering, running either on the same device as your application or on other connected devices. 2) Run actions remotely. An application can publish actions using app tethering. Then other applications can remotely invoke any of these actions on the former application. 3) Share data between applications. App tethering allows sharing of standard data types and st...

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App Tethering using Encryption Hooks RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin – App Tethering using Encryption Hooks Introduction App Tethering was first introduced in RAD Studio XE6 as a way to extend your VCL and FireMonkey (FMX) apps to other companion applications.  The companion apps can be Windows, Mac OS X and/or FMX multi-device apps. RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin adds these App Tethering Improvements: Two new network adapters that provide multicast support for IPv4 and IPv6. You can configure yo...

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Intel announcements and keynote at CES 2015... Intel Demos a Button-Size Wearable Computer Intel Curie module - http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/wearables/wearable-soc.html Intel Curie module fact sheet - http://download.intel.com/newsroom/kits/ces/2015/pdfs/Intel_CURIE_Module_Factsheet.pdf Curie's key features A low-power, 32-bit Intel® Quark™ SE SoC 384kB Flash memory, 80kB SRAM A low-power integrated DSP sensor hub with a proprietary pattern matching accelerator Bluetooth Low Energy 6-axis combo sensor with accele...
RAD Studio Tour Live Online - Thursday, December 18 - 9am and 12noon Pacific Time Did you miss the recent RAD Studio XE7 tour stops? Join David I as he gives a live online version of the event. RAD Studio XE7 is the single biggest jump forward for 32-bit and 64-bit VCL and FireMonkey applications! Get tips for modernizing your VCL applications and extending them to mobile and the Internet of Things. Come join other members of the Embarcadero community for this last live online webinar of the year focused on RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder XE7. I will be live demoing a wide...
Internet of Things using Bluetooth with David I - Developer Skill Sprint - Sept 18, 2014 Today's developer skill sprint is titled "Internet of Things with Bluetooth". I have uploaded the slides (slightly modified from the presentation) to Embarcadero's Slideshare site at http://www.slideshare.net/embarcaderotechnet/internet-of-things-xe7-bluetooth-skillsprintdavidi. The sample programs that I use in the demonstrations are included in Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE7 releases. The samples are also included with the Appmethod September 2014 release.  You can also find t...

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