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Delphi for PHP next release, early preview #6 - IDE Insight On the post for today, I'm going to show you how the new tool, called IDE Insight, works on the new Delphi for PHP release: Hope you like it. You can also keep updated on twitter by following http://twitter.com/qadram...

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Delphi for PHP next release, early preview #5 The video for today doesn't show any fancy new feature, it's about the welcome page, but I think it's worth a post, because it's useful to see that the new IDE it works exactly as RAD Studio 2010, even the Welcome Page. Hope you like it. You can also keep updated on twitter by following http://twitter.com/qadram...

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Delphi for PHP next release, early preview #4 On the following video, I explain how the new tool palette works, the new features, and I also show the classic tool palette, so you have several options to choose from: Hope you like it. You can also keep updated on twitter by following http://twitter.com/qadram...

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Delphi for PHP next release, early preview #3 On the following video, you will see a part of the automated test system we are using on Delphi for PHP, it's a custom system we have built exclusively for it and it complements the traditional assertions, with bitmap comparisons to ensure everything is in place. Hope you like it. You can also keep updated on twitter by following http://twitter.com/qadram...

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Delphi for PHP next release, early preview #2 First of all, explain what "from scratch" means, applied to this release. We have reused a LOT of code from the previous versions, but what we have rewritten is the core the IDE, to allow us implement the features we want in the future. For example, the previous IDE didn't allow us to embed anything on the client area, now we are able to embed almost anything as a module, with an unlimited number of tabs. This is just an small example, but what we have done is to rewrite the core part of the ...

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Delphi for PHP next release, early preview #1 This post it's the first of a series aimed to keep you informed on the progress of the next release of Delphi for PHP. It's been a year since my last post, but now I'm going to write more often. I will publish screenshots and videos to show you in what we are working on, but I would like to clearly state that some of the things you see, may or may not be in the final product, as this is a work in progress. Also, I'm not going to tell when all this is going to be available, so please, don't a...

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ITDevCon 2009 - Day 2 It is the second day of ITDevCon. The conference is really better than I was expecting. bitTime crew is taking perfect care of all attendees. Again - it is impossible to be on three parallel sessions at the same time. Especially if you are delivering sessions yourself:-) The first session for me was my "Delphi Natural Input" session. I have covered Delphi 2010 support for touch, multitouch and gesturing. The more I go into this technology the more I like it. In order to demo multitouch you re...

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ITDevCon 2009 - Day 1 I'm here in Verona - Italian city best known for Romeo and Juliet - on the biggest live Delphi conference in Europe this year - ITDevCon. The conference is organized by bitTime Software- Embarcadero representative in Italy - and there are plenty of Delphi experts presenting on three parallel tracks. The conference has started from the keynote session where speakers could introduce themselves and we also had David I greeting attendees remotely via skype video session. At the end of the keynote...

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OpenLogin VCL for PHP component screencast Just to complete the previous article, I have recorded this screencast which shows how easy is to create a nice login screen with the OpenLogin component. Is as simple as to drop it on a form, and then write the login logic on the OnLogin event, in this case, we are hardcoding the valid username and password, but we can check against a database or whatever we need. In fact, the logical thing to do would be to combine it with the ZAuth component, so no coding will be required to perform the...

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PHP Camp Last saturday, we had the opportunity to share a nice time with many young developers, so they got a complete overview of what Delphi for PHP is and how can the use it to improve the speed of development. The session was nice and it was streamed live using Ustream.Tv, so you can watch it here: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1151699 There were also three more interesting sessions, about PHP status in Japan, about OpenPear, and also about PHPUnit, and we discussed several ideas we can use...

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