Archive for May, 2010
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In this video, I show you how the new Data Explorer works, featuring support for Firebird inside the [...]
I’m very glad to announce the inmediate availability of a new website to connect with customers of Embarcadero products, and, in this case, Delphi for PHP.
You can find the new site at:
While all the content is public, that is, you can view the ideas/solutions/comments posted without login on the site, to participate posting your ideas, [...]
While getting ready the CodeInsight engine on the new IDE, I have recorded the CodeInsight tests running. You will see some of the upcoming features on these tests. This is a way for you to see the great efforts we are making to ensure the quality of the product is what you expect from us. At [...]Posted by José León on May 18th, 2010 under Delphi for PHP, PHP | 6 Comments »
Here it’s a presentation of a new component, it’s called Autocomplete, and it allows you to show a list of options to the user as the user is typing. The option list can be stored on an array, provided by an event, or from a dataset using the LookupSource and LookupDisplay properties.
You can get this [...]
When working on the new Delphi for PHP release, we are also writting some code to test out the new IDE. A real-life test is always required, no matter how many automated tests you have
On this post, I’m going to show you the first one of the commercial components qadram software it’s going [...]
In the next release, we have integrated phpDocumentor into the IDE to generate the documentation for our projects.
On the video you will see how to use it, to generate the documentation for your project, and also, if you write a component. Also shows how to generate a CHM help file using that documentation.
Hope you like [...]Posted by José León on May 10th, 2010 under Delphi for PHP, PHP | 2 Comments »
Like in the previous version, the IDE can be localized very easily because we are using TsiLang. In the video, you will see how this can be done.
We are reusing the existing translations from the previous version, but there are more strings that need to be translated, so feel free to help. Your name will be [...]