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DelphiFeeds new look-and-feel:-) Nice... DelphiFeeds got this great new look-and-feel:-) StackOverflow kind of! So nice......
Register and join me for two live Delphi webinars tomorrow If you are interested in Delphi web services and web programming, feel free to join me tomorrow for two live Delphi webinars: "Delphi for .NET 3.5 RESTful web services" and "Introduction to Delphi VCL for the Web Programming". More details below: Date: 10 JUNE 2008 Time: 11:00 (CEST), 10:00 (GMT) Length: 60 min URL: http://borland.interwise.com/borland/iClass/VR6182/ Title: "Delphi for .NET 3.5 RESTful web services" Presenter: Pawel Glowacki Language: English Description: This webinar...

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Greetings to all Czech Delphi Developers:-) More then 130 developers attended "CodeGear RAD Studio 2007" presentation during recent "Belohrad 2008" conference in Lazne Belohrad in Czech. This is one of the biggest and most important independent developer conferences in Czech and traditionally attracts lots of Delphi developers. It was great fun demonstrating native Delphi VCL for the Web development with AJAX support, extending Blackfish SQL for Windows with Delphi for .NET stored procedures and building RESTful .NET 3.5 web services with...
Building .NET 3.5 WCF RESTful web services with Delphi 2007 What is "REST" anyway? "REST" does not have anything to do with relaxing. It is rather a hot term used in the context of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). The term "Representational State Transfer" was coined by Thomas Fielding in 2000, in his PhD dissertation "Architectural Styles and the Design of Network-based Software Architecture". In essence it is all about making services available through HTTP protocol easier. With traditional web services HTTP is used as transport for exchanging SO...
Building .NET 3.5 WCF RESTful web services with Delphi 2007 What is "REST" anyway? "REST" does not have anything to do with relaxing. It is rather a hot term used in the context of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). The term "Representational State Transfer" was coined by Thomas Fielding in 2000, in his PhD dissertation "Architectural Styles and the Design of Network-based Software Architecture". In essence it is all about making services available through HTTP protocol easier. With traditional web services HTTP is used as transport for exchanging SO...
Register Now for Free Delphi SOA and Web Services Webinars, April 2008 Check out the new layout of the EMEA CodeGear Event Calendar at www.codegear-events.eu. It is now easier to find things. There are two new main columns. One for future events and one for watching playbacks. Looks great to me. I'm going to present the following 60 minutes Delphi webinars around Service Oriented Architecture and Web Services theme in April and I do invite you to register. It is going to be fun:-) See you online on Tuesdays at 11am and 3pm in April (CET, GMT +1). Title: Under...
Creating database tables programmatically with Delphi DBX4 metadata classes Inspired by Steve Shaughnessy's post on "The New dbExpress 4.0 MetaData" I've decided to give this approach a try and created a sample Delphi 2007 for .NET VCL Forms application that I'm using during current serie of CodeGear seminars to demonstrate the incredible amount of innovation in DBX4 architecture. Many Delphi programmers asked me to blog about it, so here we are:-) With the new DBX4 metadata classes it is possible to programmatically create database tables and indices in code against...
Creating database tables programmatically with Delphi DBX4 metadata classes Inspired by Steve Shaughnessy's post on "The New dbExpress 4.0 MetaData" I've decided to give this approach a try and created a sample Delphi 2007 for .NET VCL Forms application that I'm using during current serie of CodeGear seminars to demonstrate the incredible amount of innovation in DBX4 architecture. Many Delphi programmers asked me to blog about it, so here we are:-) With the new DBX4 metadata classes it is possible to programmatically create database tables and indices in code against...

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3D Programming with Delphi for .NET and WPF Note: Make sure to install RAD Studio 2007 December Update before trying to compile this code. If you are on XP, make sure you have .NET 3.0 or 3.5 installed. Do you know Charles Petzold? Yes. He is the one who authored classical "Programming Windows" book back in eighties. Last year Petzold wrote a very good guide to WPF programming under intriguing title "Applications = Code + Markup", which is a very obvious reference to another classical book written in 1975 by creator of Pascal programm...

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3D Programming with Delphi for .NET and WPF Note: Make sure to install RAD Studio 2007 December Update before trying to compile this code. If you are on XP, make sure you have .NET 3.0 or 3.5 installed. Do you know Charles Petzold? Yes. He is the one who authored classical "Programming Windows" book back in eighties. Last year Petzold wrote a very good guide to WPF programming under intriguing title "Applications = Code + Markup", which is a very obvious reference to another classical book written in 1975 by creator of Pascal programm...

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