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Webinar Resources - Step Up to the Multi-Device App Platform Last week, on December 12, I presented 3 webinars titled "RAD in Action - Step Up to the Multi-Device App Platform". The webinar replay and resources will be available soon. The on-demand webinar information should appear on the same link as the original registration page at http://forms.embarcadero.com/Multi-DeviceApplicationPlatformWebinar12-12.  The RAD-in-Action page will appear soon on the list of RAD-in-Action webinar replays at https://www.embarcadero.com/rad-in-action. In the meantime, h...
Delphi XE5 Android app running on Google Glass with a BlueTooth keyboard Jim McKeeth was the first of us to get Google Glass and to build the first Delphi XE5 app to run on glass.  I now also have Google Glass and built my first Delphi XE5 app for it. I paired my Samsung BlueTooth wireless keyboard to my Glass so that I can do data entry into a Delphi FM form.  The program code is the standard TEdit, TLabel and TButton app. Here is the form and the code: type TForm4 = class(TForm) Edit1: TEdit; Button1: TButton; Label1: TLabel; procedure B...
David I plays with devices and gadgets at Zend DevCon 2013... The Zend team has posted a video of my keynote at the recent ZendCon 2013 developer conference in Santa Clara.  During my developers and devices keynote, I talked about the universe of device and gadget possibilities that developers have today and for years into the future. I demoed using home automation controllers, LED lights, quadcopter and more.  All programmable using APIs, REST/JSON calls and other development interfaces. We will continue to build more demos that allow Delphi and C++Builde...

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