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Background operations on Android and Change the FMX mouse cursor Two items that should be of interest to Delphi developers: Marco Cantu's recent blog post, "Background Operations on Delphi Android, with threads and timers" and Alistair Christie's LearnDelphi.tv video "Delphi Programming Tutorial #99 - Mouse Cursor in Firemonkey" Also, the "RAD in Action: Build Connected Multi-Device Apps using BaaS" webinar replay from last week is now OnDemand at http://www.embarcadero.com/rad-in-action/baas. I am still working on the source code clean up which should be ...
Defining custom user sign-up properties in your BaaS enabled apps In a recent blog post, I covered how to add user account creation to your BaaS enabled apps. Our BaaS support that we introduced with the release of RAD Studio XE6 allows you to integrate with leading Backend as a Service providers to add functionality and platform services to your mobile applications. Many applications today include account creation functionality, allowing the app user to sign up for an account by providing their name, email, username, password etc. In my recent post, I u...
RAD Studio XE6 Launch event in Antwerpen RAD Studio XE6 has been recently launched and now it is time to show all its great new features to developers in every corner of the world. Embarcadero technical evangelists and Embarcadero MVPs from different countries are super busy travelling and presenting on live events. My first XE6 live event was yesterday in Antwerpen in Belgium. The level of interest in new and existing RAD Studio XE6 features was very high and the atmosphere very good. The majority of our existing Delphi and ...
RAD News Flash for May 2014 - multiple XE6 webinars and C++ Mobile Day (June 4) We have a full schedule of upcoming online events for the next several weeks to help you create new applications and extend the reach of your existing apps using XE6. I will be showing you how to "Build Connected Multi-Device Apps using BaaS" in three webinars next Wednesday, May 14 (6am, 11am, 5pm Pacific Daylight Time) showcasing the new BackEnd as a Service (BaaS) technology that is included in RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder XE6 for your VCL and FMX apps.  Fast Reports is also two webinars...
Using the new REST Client library components to connect to Web & Cloud services (Part 2) This REST BaaS (Backend as a Service) client tutorial shows how to use the Embarcadero REST Library for accessing REST-based web services (REST stands for Representational State Transfer). The library is available for all platforms that are supported by Delphi. The REST Library framework focuses on JSON as the representation format. XML is not explicitly supported. In Part 1, we discussed the sample "RESTDemos.exe" (built from sample project C:\Users\Public\Documents\RAD Studio\12.0\Samples\D...
Delphi XE5 - Using the new REST Client library components to connect to Web & Cloud services (Part 1) This REST BaaS (Backend as a Service) client tutorial shows how to use the Embarcadero REST Library for accessing REST-based web services (REST stands for Representational State Transfer). The library is available for all platforms that are supported by Delphi. The REST Library framework focuses on JSON as the representation format. XML is not explicitly supported. Part 1: 1. Run "RESTDemos.exe" (built from  sample project C:\Users\Public\Documents\RAD Studio\12.0\Samples\Delphi\RESTDemo)....
Delphi XE5 - Using the new REST Client library components to connect to Web & Cloud services (Part 1) This REST BaaS (Backend as a Service) client tutorial shows how to use the Embarcadero REST Library for accessing REST-based web services (REST stands for Representational State Transfer). The library is available for all platforms that are supported by Delphi. The REST Library framework focuses on JSON as the representation format. XML is not explicitly supported. Part 1: 1. Run "RESTDemos.exe" (built from  sample project C:\Users\Public\Documents\RAD Studio\12.0\Samples\Delphi\RESTDemo)....

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