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Reg Organizer - Cool Apps Selection

Reg Organizer – Cool Apps Selection Today’s CoolApps selection isReg Organizer, by ChemTable Software. As the name suggests, it is a utility to help customers organize and optimize their system registry.Reg Organizerwas developed in RAD Studio using C++Builder and is available now on Windows platforms. ChemTable has been developingReg…
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std::out &lt&lt "Happy 35th birthday, C++!"

C++ has a long history, beginning in 1979, with Cpre, which added classes to C. By 1980, it was C with Classes. And then in December of 1983, the term C++ was first used, suggested by Rick Mascitti. That’s thirty-five years ago this year! Read more in this fascinating article by Bjarne Stroustrup, which also discusses many other aspects of C++’s history. We also recently…
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Cool new FMX components by Graham Murt @kscomponents

Some cool new FireMonkey components, ksComponents (Kernow Software FMX components), created by Graham Murt, are available on GitHub. You’ll find the source code for TksListView, TksFormTransition, TksTableView,TksSlideMenu, TksSegmentButtons and TksChatView. Readme…
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Prototyping: from Vision to UX Design

You have a great idea for an app, but how do you successfully get from idea to a well designed, functional app your users love? It starts with design wireframing and prototyping, a faster iterative process that requires less coding effort up front so you know what works and what needs to be improved – before you invest your hours and dollars coding. Application prototyping is an important…
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New in 10.2: MariaDB Support

Author: Pawe Gowacki One of the biggest new RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo database features is support for MariaDB open-source relational database. MariaDB is one of the most popular open-source SQL databases. It is a fork from MySQL database, after it has been acquired by Oracle…
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Version control: Get started with Git, remote repositories and RAD Studio XE8

Author: Luis Navarro In one of the latest surveys among RAD Studio developers, we realized that there is still a significant part of the community that doesn’t use any version control system, a surprising 32%. There are many reasons to use a version control system, no matter if you’re a single developer working in a small project or if you’re a large team working in a big one. So, if…
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