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Developer Skill Sprints - Remote control a Windows app from a mobile device

Today’s (June 3, 2014) Developer Skill Sprint by Jim McKeeth shows you how to use App Tethering to control a Windows app from a mobile device. From the DocWiki: The RTL provides new App Tethering components to give your applications the ability to interact with other applications running either on the same machine or on [...]

Developer Skill Sprints - Use C++ packages in your 64-bit Windows applications

Today’s (May 29, 2014) Developer Skill Sprint by John Thomas (JT) covers how to use C++ packages in your 64-bit Windows applications. From the DocWiki: C++Builder XE6 now supports the production of packages for 64-bit Windows. Previously, C++Builder supported production of packages only for 32-bit Windows. The BCC64 compiler produces .bpl files for Win64. Note [...]

C++Builder code snippet - get current name for Windows, OSX and iOS

I was reading a StackOverflow question and answer in the Delphi group and spotted this one: "How to get the currently logged in username". Here is a C++Builder XE5 version of similar coding that gets the logged in user name Windows and Mac OSX. For iOS the code gets the iPhone’s name using the Objective-C [...]

3 weeks until CodeRage 8 C++ conference starts (February 25 and 26)

It’s three weeks until our CodeRage 8 C++ online technical conference starts. On Tuesday and Wednesday, February 25 and 26 (6am to 6pm each day) C++ industry and Embarcadero technology experts will present 24 educational sessions covering C++Builder XE5 including building applications for Windows, OS X and iOS. The technical session schedule is listed at http://www.embarcadero.com/coderage/coderage-8-c-plus-plus-sessions. [...]

Managing my Philips Hue Lights from a C++Builder FireMonkey Desktop

As part of our recent "Making the Connection: Programming Devices and Gadgets with RAD Studio" (https://www.embarcadero.com/rad-in-action/programming-devices-and-gadgets) I showed developers how to use the REST Client Library components with Delphi XE5. In this blog post I’ll show you a C++Builder XE5 FireMonkey application that I built to find and control the same lights. The application uses [...]

Windows XP end of life April 8, 2014 - easily move your Delphi and C++ apps forward

It’s 2014. On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP (Microsoft recently announced that they will continue to provide virus warnings until summer 2015). By moving, now, to RAD Studio XE5, Delphi XE5 and C++Builder XE5 you can move your apps forward to Windows 7 and 8 and take advantage of many of [...]

C++Builder and Unicode

It has been some time since we added Unicode support in C++Builder 2009. I still see some C++ developers who are asking questions about Unicode support, especially for those who are migrating older C++Builder projects to the latest release of C++Builder XE5 update 2. Seeing some "new" questions on our forums and on Stack Overflow, [...]

Using the REST Debugger will help you prototype your Delphi and C++ REST apps

As part of the new addition of the REST Client Library components in Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE5, we also include a REST Debugger so that you can explore REST Services and use it to help prototype the property settings for your app’s REST Client components. We also provide the source code to the [...]

You can easily location enable your Delphi VCL Windows apps

Sensor support was originally added to Delphi a year ago.  The sensor APIs are defined in the System.Sensors unit name scope and can be use in your Windows VCL and FM apps. This blog post will show you how you can easily location enable your Delphi VCL Windows applications. You’ll need a GPS device for [...]

Easily move your Windows/VCL apps to Delphi XE5 and gain tons of benefits

Regardless of the previous version of Delphi you are using, there are a large number of benefits you will gain by moving your projects forward.  There is also a special offer for all Delphi customers (regardless of the version you are using) to move up to our latest XE5 release. I am sure that you [...]

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