Skip to content

{ Category Archives } Delphi Programming

RAD Studio XE6 has been released!

I’m so excited with the release of the latest version of RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder!

RAD Studio XE6 contains Delphi XE6 and C++Builder XE6 and marks the completion of the vision to support building apps for all major desktop (Windows, Mac) and mobile (Android, iOS) operating systems from the same codebase: C++ and Object Pascal!
The [...]

Developer Direct ONLINE "FireDAC" demos available

I have promised to make the source code of FireDAC demos presented during the first Developer Direct ONLINE Season 4 session available.
FireDAC is the best database access framework for all major RDBMS systems for your Delphi, C++Builderand Appmethod applications!
There are six projects in the download:

FireDAC Demo 101
FireDAC Monitoring
FireDAC Cached Updated
FireDAC Array DML
FireDAC Batch Commands
FireDAC Connection Recovery

The replay of [...]

appmethod at MDevCon on Tour - Amsterdam, Tuesday, April 15th, 18:30

I’m very excited to invite you to my "True Native, Multi-Device Development from the Same Codebase" live session, which is part of the "MDevCon on Tour" series of live events across The Netherlands.

When? 15/04/2014 from 18:30 to 21:00 hours
Where? Trifork, Rijnsburgstraat 9-11, Amsterdam
Entrance? Free
For? Developers

The session is one of the many events organized as part of [...]

Bi-weekly EMEA Developer Direct! webinars start again!

"Developer Direct" live webinars start again. It is already the fourth season. We had a few months break and now we are coming again with slightly changed formula. 30 minutes live, demo oriented, hands-on session about coding every second Friday, starting this coming Friday, on April 11th, at 11am CET (Amsterdam time).
The agenda and registration [...]

Lazy Form Creation Design Pattern

One of the most important things about any application, and especially mobile apps, is short start-up time. End user does not like to wait for too long for an app to start. In some cases, if the start-up time is excessively long a mobile app may not be accepted into an app store.
I have been [...]

Fun with FireMonkey Gradients

Everybody loves colours. Great apps should use colours in clever and original ways. I have been recently spending a lot of time using Delphi XE5 for designing screens for mobile apps and must admit that I really like the way how iOS 7 is using colours and gradients. There is a lot of interesting information [...]

[Delphi Tuts] DataSnap "Hello World"

Welcome to "Delphi Tuts"! Your Delphi step-by-step tutorials!
In this tutorial we are going to use Delphi XE5 to build the simplest possible DataSnap client/server system. The difficulty level of this lab is “Hello World”.
This step-by-step tutorial is intentionally very simple, so even not experienced Delphi programmers should be able to build projects described here. The [...]

Welcome to DELPHI TUTS!

I’m happy to announce that I’m starting a new series of step-by-step tutorials about Delphi programming: DELPHI TUTS!
Programming in Delphi is fun and I really love writing Delphi code. I think I’m addicted to Delphi. I have been passionate Delphi programmer since Delphi 1 and I’m only more and more enthusiastic about Delphi with every [...]

Changing FireMonkey style at runtime

Last month Sarina DuPont blogged about loading custom FireMonkey styles on a mobile device at runtime ("How to load custom styles at runtime"). That’s a very interesting approach to compile a custom style as a resource into the mobile app.
This week there was another blog post by David I about the availability of the new [...]

RAD Studio XE5 in Action LIVE! in Bratislava

I’m back from the RAD Studio XE5 in LIVE! event in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is not the first time I have demonstrated true native, multi device development for Android, iOS, Mac and Windows with Delphi XE5, but it always feels refreshing. Delphi XE5 release is so special, because you can reuse your [...]

Bad Behavior has blocked 2 access attempts in the last 7 days.

Close