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Visually Designing Apps In Delphi Deliver Up To 5X Productivity Gains Over WPF And Electron

Building a functional, intuitive and visually appealing user interface is vital to the success of an app. It also involving a time-consuming design and coding effort that can be further exacerbated without the tools that enable visual design. Using a WISYWIG (What You See Is What You Get) view model with drag-and-drop components to design app interfaces cuts app development time significantly, and…
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Fast Inverse Square Root in Delphi's Object Pascal

Does Delphi make you a better programmer? Is Object Pascal code more readable? There is an algorithm with a mystery constant that rose to fame in John Carmack’s Quake III Arena C code for quickly estimating the inverse square root of a 32-bit floating-point number. float Q_rsqrt( float number ) { long i; float x2, y; const float threehalfs = 1.5F; x2 = number * 0.5F; y =…
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Using Python4Delphi with C++Builder (webinar)

David I. has a fantastic blog post on using Python4Delphi with C++Builder. This was inspired by our previous webinars on the topic. and is the result of his collaboration with Kiriakos (AKA PyScripter), the maintainer of Python4Delphi, who also made some changes in the…
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Installing Component Packages Manually

Sometimes you need to install components manually. Maybe the installer wasn’t updated for your version of Delphi, or it is an open-source library without an installer. Whatever the reason, here is a short guide in addition to what is found in the DocWiki on the topic. I’m going to write this guide around installing the Radiant Shapes Pack available via GetIt. I’m guessing it…
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The All-New DelphiFeeds.com

DelphiFeeds.com was launched by the Gurock brothers back in about 2005. Since then Gurock’s TestRail product really took off, and they were so busy they no longer had time to maintain DelphiFeeds. It continued collecting feeds and sharing headlines but was no longer…
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Deploying FireMonkey to HTML5 with FMXLinux on WSL2

The absolutely quickest way to get started with Linux deployment from Delphi is to use the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). As of Windows 10 Version 2004 (Build 19041) WSL2 includes a full Linux kernel, so debugging and everything works as expected. Install WSL2…
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Combining the Strengths of Delphi and Python (Part 2 Replay)

Part 2 of the Python for Delphi developers webinar. You can find part 1 here, the getting started guide, and the original post on the webinar series. Visit the Python4Delphi repo. Q&A Log Question AskedAnswer GivenWhere are you?Right hereGood morningGood morningForest of Dean UKhi! i’am here )thanks for joining usGood evening!From MoscowGood Night in Indonesian TimeCan…
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