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Everything You Need To Create Windows Apps With C++

When you want to create a new app for Windows 10 or a new version, Windows 11, the first decision you make is what type of app to build. No matter what your app idea is there is a great selection of Windows app development tools to choose from. Microsoft has focused it’s more recent efforts on the C# programming language and its own proprietary technologies of WPF, UWP, WinForms, and .NET…
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How To Migrate Legacy C++ Apps To Unicode

This brief article focuses on helping you migrate your legacy C++ IDE applications to Unicode. Based on information from the Embarcadero consultants here you will find tips, tricks, and techniques to migrate legacy C++ Builder apps to a newer version. We will look at…
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What Is It Like To Be A Developer Joe C. Hecht?

Hello. This article is part of a series where we speak with professional software developers who use Windows app development tools, ask them what it’s like to write code for a living, and perhaps gain a few insights into the software development industry along the way. Today we’re talking to Joe C. Hecht also very well known as “TJoe”. Joe is now tapping out code in the humid heights of…
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Wolfram Alpha Adds An Enterprise-Grade Knowledge Base

Do you want to add enterprise-grade Wolfram Alpha features to your applications? You can easily use Wolfram Alpha in our C++ Software and Delphi applications by using Wolfram|Alpha API from the Wolfram Alpha with free 2000 requests monthly. It is a RESTful server and very easy to set up and get data in JSON format, which means we can easily use the REST framework to connect this data. What is…
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RAD Server CRUD Procedures - Part 2

In this Part 2 post, we will discuss modifying the default generated CRUD (CREATE, READ, UPDATE, DELETE) procedure implementations from the RAD Server Package Wizard, to show one possible way to implement Get, GetItem, Post, PutItem and DeleteItem REST Endpoints. In the Part 1 post, we discussed the default generated CRUD procedure implementations from the RAD Server Package Wizard. In the Part 3…
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