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CodeRage XII: Amazon S3 and Cloud API CodeRage XII was great! Plenty of contents and great fun. It was not the first time I have been doing a session on using Delphi Cloud API to integrate with Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). This year I thought it would be cool to go a little bit further and implement custom "TAmazonS3" component to make it easier to work with Amazon S3 in Delphi. Cloud API is a set of classes implemented in Delphi that provide access to storage, queue and table services in both...

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Cool App Contender: SoundJuke You’ve probably been at a restaurant and knew music was playing in the background but, not the music you wanted to hear. So, you just tuned it out rather than listen to it. Well, SoundJuke from Trend Music is a game changer in that regard. It puts full control over the music you hear on a dashboard hosted on your smartphone. You can compose a personal playlist through SoundJuke or use one of the standard playlists that the app shows. These prepared playlists are updated periodically, so you’re n...
My Amazon Web Services Programming with Delphi CodeRageX session In a moment my "Amazon Web Services with Delphi" CodeRage X session is starting. I'm very excited and the sessions so far were very good. It is still 2 and half more days to go! The source code for the demos shown during my AWS Delphi session has been uploaded to Embarcadero Code Central for you to have a look and enjoy! You can download all demos from http://cc.embarcadero.com What is cloud computing? "Cloud Computing"refers to the on-demand delivery of IT resources and applications via the ...
RAD Studio 10 Seattle - DataSnap and Cloud API now use platform native HTTP/HTTPS In RAD Studio XE8 we added new components to support the platform native HTTP/HTTPS libraries on all targeted platforms. I covered additional security programming details in my blog post "The RAD Studio XE8 Summer (Northern Hemisphere) and Winter (Southern Hemisphere) of Security!" We also updated Enterprise Mobility Services (EMS) to use the new native libraries so that you did not have to use OpenSSL. The Native HTTP libraries on multiple devices. and EMS use the new http://docwiki.embarc...
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