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Working with Sensors, Devices and Platform Services in your C++ applications All of our modern PCs, Smartphones, Tablets and other devices include more than just a screen, keyboard, mouse, memory, and storage. The devices We use include sensors for location, orientation, acceleration, ambient light, etc. My Samsung Slate Series 7 is a hybrid or "2 for 1" device that is both a desktop PC and a Tablet. It includes two cameras and accelerometer. Even if they don't include a GPS or other hardware sensor, our programs can use APIs to find the location from known Internet acce...
CodeRage Mobile Technical Session Replays are now on YouTube I have recorded, edited, rendered and uploaded the CodeRage Mobile technical sessions.  You can watch the sessions on YouTube.  I will also be uploading the MP4 files to CodeCentral in the next day or two.  All of the links for "watch" and "download" will appear on the CodeRage Mobile Sessions page at http://www.embarcadero.com/coderage/coderage-mobile-sessions. CodeRage Mobile YouTube Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwUPJvR9mZHjSpP96pO8lOtbb0EBv2-c9 Tuesday, June 18 Sessio...
C++Builder XE4 use case: (I need to) Build a Multi-Tier Windows and Mac Master/Detail database application We need to move our C++ based customers and orders client/server application to a multi-tier architecture to separate the database from the business logic and then build several C++ applications that can run on Windows 32, Windows 64 and Mac OSX. The back end SQL database may be Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, SQLite or another SQL database running on several operating systems. The business logic needs to run on Windows Server 2012. The business logic middle tier will handle the SQL oper...
Developer Direct Friday conversations comes to the US and Canada starting April 19 Join the team of Embarcadero development and industry experts for more technical, relaxed and fun demo and discussion sessions. Each week we will cover development topics using RAD Studio, C++Builder and Delphi. Raise your questions and interact live with both presenters and attendees as each week a new theme gives focus and direction to solve the every day challenges that professional software developers face. Your hosts each week are Anders Ohlsson, Al Mannarino and David Intersimone "David...

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C++ in the Multi-Device Enterprise In every conversation, social network post and industry article, you hear about the need for multi-device support inside an Enterprise. Terms like BYOD appear in most articles and Enterprise strategies. Computing in a modern Enterprise is not only a Microsoft Windows world. Enterprise organizations need to support a wide array of devices that their employees are using to be more productive. The modern enterprise also needs to support additional software architectures including multi-tier systems...
Feb 14, 2013 - Delphi's 18th birthday celebration - ongoing innovations and new multi-device support Back on February 14, 1995 we launched the first version of Delphi at the Software Development Conference West in San Francisco California.  Building way beyond the previous 12 years of Turbo Pascal innovations, Delphi arrived on the scene combining a 16-bit Windows native code compiler, visual component architecture (properties, methods and events), visual two way tools IDE, Windows run-time library, and database support. Since that time, the development team has continued to add modern innovat...
31 C++Builder XE3 videos in January - Jan 31 - Building a C++ multi-tier master/detail Customer and Sales database app During each day of January 2013, I am creating a new video showing you how to use the new C++Builder XE3 compilers for Win32, Win64 and OSX to create multi-platform, database, multi-tier, HD and 3D applications. In this thirty-first video you'll learn how to build a multi-tier, master/detail customer and sales C++ database application using C++Builder XE3 and DataSnap.  In this video you'll learn how to create a DataSnap server (Windows 32 and 64) application from scratch, add database access co...
31 C++Builder XE3 videos in January - Jan 13 - Using the Motion and Location Sensor components with C++Builder XE3 During each day of January 2013, I am creating a new video showing you how to use the new C++Builder XE3 compilers for Win32, Win64 and OSX to create multi-platform, database, multi-tier, HD and 3D applications. In this thirteenth video you will learn how to use the MotionSensor and LocationSensor components to motion and location enable your C++Builder XE3 and FireMonkey applications.  You'll learn how to use the Sensor Management support in XE3 along with the two non-visual components TMotionS...
31 C++Builder XE3 videos in January - Jan 12 - Using Platform Services and OS info in your C++Builder XE3 Windows and Mac apps During each day of January 2013, I am creating a new video showing you how to use the new C++Builder XE3 compilers for Win32, Win64 and OSX to create multi-platform, database, multi-tier, HD and 3D applications.In this twelfth video you will learn how use FireMonkey 2's new Platform Services interfaces and TOSVersion (operating system information) in order to determine the services that are available on the run-time platform, and also to enable and use those services in your application running ...
The 25 days of C++mas - December 11 - a recap of my conversation with Bjarne Stroustrup On the first morning of the CodeRage 7 C++ conference, I had the great pleasure to spend an hour live, online with Bjarne Stroustrup, the designer and original implementer of C++. The session was titled, "A C++ Conversation with Bjarne Stroustrup".  We recorded the session and I will complete the editing and rendering of the session as fast as possible (CodeRage 7 C++ is still on for two more days from 6am to 5pm each day).  We will let everyone (who attended or couldn't make it) when the replay...

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