C++

C++ Boot Camp: Game Development

Author: Aidan K7359 11-August-2016 / Day 4 of C++ Boot Camp is C++ Game Development hosted by Eli M., MVP, Developer and Entrepreneur from FMXExpress.com Four different games withclassic game mechanicswill be demonstrated. We will be also be covering topics such as App Tethering, utilizing TFrames to build your UI, using TRectangle as a light weight image object, accessingthe…
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Webinar replay: Learn how to Quickly Build and Deploy a complete REST/JSON based enterprise business application

Author: Chris B53020 RAD Studio 10 Seattle webinar, “Learn how to Quickly Build and Deploy a complete REST/JSON based enterprise business application”, will show you how to build and deploy a complete, multi-tier business application using Embarcadero RAD Studio 10 Seattle Enterprise Edition. You’ll learn how to build a multi-device desktop and mobile client application that…
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Logical to Physical Data Modeling

Author: Cosmin G6814 In the last article we learned how to create a data model from scratch using ER/Studio Data Architect. In part II we will explore about how to convert a Logical Data Model into a Physical Data Model. Section 1: Generating a Physical Data…
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Developer Direct 2014 Mobile School: Lesson 3 Slides and Replays

Author: Wayne S8181 Monday, July 14, 2014: Lesson 3 – Accessing Local Storage and Data In this lesson, we explore local storage covering a range of options including using INI files and local document storage. This lesson will also show how to use FireDAC database access components to connect to and use local SQLite, InterBase IBLite and IBToGo. You will understand the core concepts when…
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Delphi

Delphi XE5 Android Text to Speech example in CodeCentral

Author: Joshua P7819 Jeff Overcash, TeamB member and the maintainer of the InterBase Express Components (IBX) for the past 13.5 years, has created a Delphi wrapper unit for Android text to speech functionality. Jeff has also created a simple demo example that allows you to input some text into a TMemo and hear the text spoken on your Android device. In a comment on the Delphi XE5…
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