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Read Facebook Account Data In A Cross Platform App

Facebook is a social network that boasts high popularity among users from all over the world. Earlier, we have already shown how it is possible to automate the process of posting different types of info on a Facebook page using the Facebook Graph API. We’ve created a Facebook app, an access token and API commands that we’ve further used in our cross platform apps using Delphi and the…
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This Is How To Store Cross Platform App Settings In JSON

Several older approaches to storing data related to program settings have been replaced by newer ones since the introduction of Delphi as the language kept pace with emerging modern ideas and practices. In general, examples of saving settings always followed the principles of the host operating system. This article looks into the various ways to store the settings for a cross platform app in the…
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How To Make The Next App Development Step: Reengineering Or Migration?

Inevitably, during any the lifecycle of any app development there can be a lot of projects that were written or maintained during the period of the Delphi 5/6/7 popularity or even earlier. Many of them have been already migrated to newer versions of the programming language. But some of them are still being developed in old IDEs. Usually, they use a huge range of external components. Some of them…
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What Are The Mistakes We Made In Creating Delphi Objects?

Practically every developer, even a newcomer in programming, can create and destroy objects correctly. A classic construction that is used in the majority of programs looks the following way: MyObject:= TMyClass.Create(); try {some code…} finally MyObject.Free; end; Yet, some time ago, there were a lot of discussions where to place object creation: before an exception handler or within…
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