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Countdown to CodeRage 8 Delphi Conference: T minus 14 days and counting

Fourteen more days until the CodeRage 8 Delphi Conference starts on Tuesday, October 15. You exist to build great apps and you’re not alone. Join Embarcadero and software development experts from around the world at the CodeRage 8 Delphi Conference – the totally free, totally technical, online conference dedicated to technology and development. We have three days and more than 30 technical sessions planned for you covering a wide range of application development, software architecture and best practices for you to learn about iOS and Android development and more.  You can register for this free online virtual conference at Reserve your seat now before the conference fills up.

One of the technical areas we are covering this year is iOS and Android application development using Delphi. We have great technical presenters covering a multitude of mobile development topics including:

  • Designing Common User Interfaces for iOS & Android
  • What’s New in FireMonkey for XE5
  • Devices & Sensors in iOS & Android
  • From Idea to Submitted Mobile App in 30 Minutes
  • Deep Dive into Creating Android Apps
  • Effectively Using List Controls in Mobile Apps
  • Creating Custom Controls for the FM Application Platform
  • Beyond the App

There are many more sessions over the three days of CodeRage 8. You can find the complete schedule at We also have great presenters and you can find the list at Also, join our technology partners in the CodeRage 8 Exhibit Hall where you will find special offers on 3rd party products. Additional details are listed on the logistics page at

Come join the technical fun! Reserve your seat now at

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  1. paul mcgee | October 3, 2013 at 7:19 am | Permalink

    I see you are talking on sensors at CR8. FYI …
    The Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 10.1 I have are not accessing the gps running the demo code in XE5.
    The android versions are 4.2.2 and 4.1.1.
    No problem on a Galaxy S2 running 2.3.3. (gingerbread)

  2. davidi | October 3, 2013 at 7:22 am | Permalink

    Paul - I have had no problem using the LocationSensor component on my Galaxy S4. The Location mobile code snippet gets the Lat/Lon and also brings up Google Maps with the right location wherever I have been in the world. I am running 4.2.2 on my G4.

    I don’t have a Galaxy Note 10.1.

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