Delphi

With 15 days to go, they decided to change everything

Author: Landerson Gomes Here in Brazil, students at a college, when they are close to completing their studies, must submit a course completion paper, the TCC. Talita e Mateus Get to know in the post on my blog the story of Talita and Mateus: 2 brothers from the city of Maringá Brazilian state of Paraná, with only 15 days left to deliver the TCC decided to change the programming language that…
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C++

Overview of Embarcadero Conference 2019 in Brazil

Author: Landerson Gomes Embarcadero Conference 2019 was held on October 22, 2019. It is the largest meeting of the Embarcadero product community around the world. With Delphi as its main character, the Embarcadero Conference also makes room for other technologies of the…
Delphi

Change notification bar color on Android

Author: Landerson Gomes I received a message from a reader asking if it was possible to change the color of an app’s status bar on android. The answer is yes! There are even several ways to do this. Particularly I use the one I decided to share in the post: CHANGE THE…
Delphi

How to Get IMEI on Android Devices with DELPHI 10.3 Apps

Author: Landerson Gomes In this post we will write an Android application with Delphi 10.3 Rio capable of capturing the device’s IMEI. Knowledge Update The intent is an update of the post GET THE ANDROID DEVICE WITH DELPHI XE5(in Portuguese). Which I posted right here on the blog in March 2014. It’s been over 5 years and a lot of updates and evolutions on both Android and…
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C++

#CodingResolutions: Strings and the RegExpDemo Sample App

Author: Rebekah D In this installment of the #CodingResolutions series, let’s take a look at Strings and how to manipulate them. While today still has a fair amount of reading, we’ll finish off by playing with a sample application that demonstrates String validation. Prerequisites: You should already have downloaded and installed either the RAD Studio 30 Day FREE Trial…
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2019 #CodingResolutions: Your First Windows App (In C++ or Delphi)

Author: Rebekah D Skipping Past “Hello, World!” Ready to create your first app? Most introduction to programming classes will start with the quintessential “Hello World!” program that outputs that greeting phrase to the console and it looks like this: While generations of programmers have gotten a thrill from seeing these words, that’s not a very exciting program, is it?
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