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Happy New Year 2013.... I wish all developers a Happy New Year 2013.  In 2012, we delivered technology for developers who have to support the growing heterogeneous mix of Windows and Apple devices, UI approaches, OS versions, and emerging form factors. RAD Studio XE3 gave you the developer force multiplier and the fastest way to build data-rich, visually engaging applications for Windows 8, Mac, .NET, Web and mobile. The combination of Delphi, C++Builder and HTML5 Builder provides the unique tools, frameworks and plat...
CodeRage 7 Delphi conference sessions are ready to watch and download All of the CodeRage 7 Delphi Conference replay videos (with live Q&A appended at the end) have been edited, rendered as MP4 files and uploaded to CodeCentral and also uploaded to Embarcadero YouTube Channel CodeRage 7 Playlist).  CodeRage 7 sessions included coverage of Delphi XE3, HTML5 Builder, Embarcadero Prism, and RAD Studio XE3 product features and technologies.  The session replay links included below will appear as “Download” and “Watch” links on the CodeRage 7 sessions pages. Tha...
31 XE3 quick videos in 31 days - Oct30 - Connecting an HTML5 Builder App to Delphi or C++ DataSnap Server The new HTML5 Builder supports creating Client Mobile Applications, Client Web Applications, Server Mobile Applications and Server Web Applications.  Your HTML5 Builder applications can also connect with business logic contained in amulti-tier Delphi and C++ DataSnap Server using the PHP and JavaScript DataSnap Rest Connection component.  This quick video shows you how to build an HTML5 Builder Server Web Application and connect it to a Delphi DataSnap Server. You can find additional informat...

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RAD Studio XE3 World Tour - my cities The RAD Studio XE3 World Tour starts next week in cities around the world.  You can find many of the upcoming cities on the world tour page at http://www.embarcadero.com/world-tour.  All of the Embarcadero evangelists and many of our partners will be helping with the launch events.  It will be great to see you all in a city or online during August and September. I will be visiting the following cities in September: Tokyo - Tuesday, September 4 Seoul - Thursday, September 6 Salt Lake C...
Developing for Multiple Mobile Platforms using Web Technologies in RadPHP XE2 Over the past decade, the mobile landscape has changed rapidly. Smartphones have been dominating the market and mobile phones and tablets have become the go-to devices for consumers and business customers alike. Platforms like iOS and Android have been showing double digit growth year over year, and mobile application development has presented a viable business opportunity for individual developers and enterprise companies alike. When the iPhone was first introduced to consumers in 2007...
SDC2010 Conf and "Delphi Graphics Options" session source code Every year I really enjoy the annual international conference from Dutch Software Developer Network. This year I was only following presentations in "Delphi" track. It is always a great pleasure to meet great Delphi experts. This year there were presentations from Jim Tierney, Marco Cantu, Cary Jensen and Bob Swart who is also involved in the logistics. Below is Bob Swart in action! I have enjoyed every single presentation and the conference - as always - was perfectly organized...
How Does Html.EnableClientValidation() Inject JavaScript? For a project I'm currently working on, I have a need to add some JavaScript at the end of a page in an ASP.NET MVC application. Since this is part of what Html.EnableClientValidation does, I thought that I would check out that source code to see if there was any kind of generalized mechanism for this. No such luck, I'm afraid. But I did learn a bit more about how Html.EnableClientValidation works, so I thought I might write that down in case it turned out to be useful someday. The Html.Enabl...

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grid.history Demo Fixed Apologies to those who tried my grid.history demo page Friday. In the course of updating the integration to support jqGrid 3.7.2 and simultaneously learning GitHub's pages feature, I killed the demo. It's fixed now, and I've added the ability to run the unit tests directly from that site, making it easier for me to test multiple browsers on the demo site, instead of just locally....
grid.history: A New, Free Integration for jqGrid and jQuery BBQ I recently finished an integration between the open source jqGrid and jQuery BBQ libraries. I have released my integration as open source, as well. As with both projects, it is dual-licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses. jqGrid is a JavaScript grid component with many useful features. I have previously explained how to use it with ASP.NET MVC. jQuery BBQ is a library which helps you manage proper functionality of the web browser's back and forward buttons by changing the fragment (hash) ...

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Stir Trek 2: Iron Man Edition Wrap Up Last Friday, I attended the Stir Trek conference here in Columbus. The day got off to an inauspicious start when I turned on my car. There was a high screaming noise, and acrid black smoke poured out from the engine. I opened the hood, pulled out a burning air-conditioner drive belt, and threw it into the bushes beside me. Now the engine ran fine! (Although, for some reason, this did not reassure my wife.) The conference is held in a local movie theater. After a day of technical sessions, the...

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