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Using InterBase XE7 Change Views with Visual Studio   Using InterBase XE7 Change Views with Visual Studio   InterBase Change Views are a new “subscription based” model allowing you to “subscribe” to data; once subscribed you are able to ask the database at a later time, spanning connections, for what has changed. You can download the demo here
Erply, a top European startup, uses Delphi XE2 and FireMonkey Erply, a leading provider of Point of Sales software has used Delphi XE2 to create their Windows POS application and FireMonkey for their UI design. Erply won the Seedcamp 2009 in London where it received $50,000 in funding. The company was selected by the Wall Street Journal in 2010 as one of the top ten European startups of the year. TechCrunch has called it, "the Skype of business software" reporting that Erply has since raised approximately $2 million. Yesterday, Erply announced a stra...
White Paper: Integrating FireMonkey Into Your Existing VCL, C# and C++ Applications If you're a Windows software developer using Visual Studio or a programmer who has been using VCL in Delphi and C++Builder and you're interested in incorporating functionality from the new FireMonkey application platform into your applications, there's a great new white paper available. Integrating FireMonkey Into Your Existing VCL, C# and C++ Applications by Stephen Ball In this paper, you'll see what is required to create a shared library with FireMonkey in RAD Studio that can be used ac...

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Entity Framework Models and Source Control As you're probably aware, an Entity Framework model is stored in a single XML file, with the extension EDMX. Developers occasionally ask if this means that two people cannot work on the entity model concurrently. My answer to this is, "It depends." But I can give you some tips to make it easier. Obviously, if you use a source control tool which locks files on check out, then working concurrently on just about anything will be impossible. So I'm going to presume that your source control tool s...
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