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In de volgende uitgave komt er een exclusief verhaal met Atanas Popov C.E.O. van Embarcadero.
Van links naar rechts: Detlef en Atanas
Atanas in Frankfurt/Airport
- Interview met Atana Popov, CEO van Emardardero over de toekomst van Delphi.
Door Detlef Overbeek / foto's Rick Smit.
Het interview over Delphi en wat er in Spanje is gebeurd
- Artificial Intellignce (I.A).
Maak en train jou eerste 'Neural Network'
Door Botan Mitov
- Bouw een App in XML en export deze naar Android APK
inclusief het gebruik van de Android emulator in Windows.
met code en werkende APK.
door Detlef Overbeek
Op 20 September 2016 wordt er weer een nieuwe PASCON georganiseerd met als titel
PASCAL - DELPHI FESTIVAL
Deze PASCON wordt samen met Barnsten georganiseerd
Het congres wordt gehouden in:
Blokhoeve 1 3438 LC, Nieuwegein / Nederland
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The Free Pascal and Lazarus foundation
Een non-profit organisatie voor promotie en sponsoring van 'Open Source'.
De stichting verzamelt fonds voor toekomstige software ontwikkeling. Jij kan kiezen welk project je wilt steunen.
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De nieuwe UK 52 is uitgekomen
Generics explained / Part 1
By Detlef Overbeek
Turbo Cocoa for Delphi and Android
By Vsevolod Leonov
Tms FNC User Interface Controls,
A set of Framework Neutral Controls,
By Bruno Fierens
Humor By Kim Madsen
By David Dirkse
How to Build an App In Xml with Firemonkey
included Style Sheetoverview
By Detlef Overbeek
How to deal with Big Numbers
By Max Kleiner
In Memoriam Frans Doove
memory usage with kbmmw
by Kim Madsen
Native ux for mobile applications
with Delphi and Turbococoa
free for all Blaise - readers
by Vsevolod Leonov
Lazarus 1.6 installation and settings
by Heiko Rompel
Globe rotation, create your own rotating logo
by David Dirkse
drag and drop part 3: the final solution
including a component.
by Michael van Canneyt
Grab it wherever & drop it on whatever
ODE TO GRAVITY WAVE: ALBERT EINSTEIN
Overview Delphi to Delphi / Charles Babbage
Inventor if the first computer
tms software is revolutionizing the future of Pascal: Framework Neutral Components
by Bruno Fierens
Painting a “gravity grid”
by David Dirkse
by Peter van der Sman
Inifiles are still very useful
by Vincent Overbeek
Drag and drop for application to application
by Michael van Canneyt
Delphi and Gis
(geographic information system) applications
by Danny van Hoorn
OF ISSUE 52
GENERICS EXPLAINED / Part 1
In this series of articles we want to explain what Generics is and what you can do with it.
We will give you diagrams, overviews, simple examples and more complex examples. This all because Generics is a very important technique and can make designs easier better and: faster.
TURBO COCOA FOR DELPHI AND ANDROID
Previously, we've considered how TurboCocoa - as an additional tool for Delphi 10.1 Berlin - can be used for creating true-native app’s for iOS.
In addition, we've discussed why native controls and native app architecture are important.
Now we'll show, how to make platform oriented applications for Android with Delphi.
Delphi developers since XE2 have many options in project types when developing applications from the viewpoint of platforms. In the world of mobile app development the choice is between multi-device projects on the base of the same codebase, including UI forms, and platform-specific projects with the help of TurboCocoa and Delphi.
The mechanism of the last approach is simple:
one uses Android Studio as a native development tool for designing UI, and then use the design only in Delphi project with full power of modern Object Pascal and non-visual components, including data access ones, and any of business logic and algorithmic code
TMS FNC USER INTERFACE Controls,
a set of framework neutral controls
As your customers use an ever increasing number of devices & operating systems, it is a daily challenge for us, software developers to make our software available for the myriad of target platforms in use. Fortunately, as Pascal developers, we already have a huge benefit that Delphi meanwhile targets 4 platforms: Windows, Mac OSX, iOS and Android. Add Lazarus to that, and Pascal developers can also target Linux and its derivatives such as Raspbian and many more. The 3 main frameworks we have available to create our software for these platforms are: VCL, FMX and LCL. The framework to use will be determined by the target and the IDE used. That implies that the controls that can be used are also typically determined by this choice and might limit your abilities when some controls or control features are not available for one of these frameworks. Addressing that limitation is exactly one of the primary goals of the TMS FNC UI Controls. It offers you a set of powerful & feature-rich UI controls that you can use in Delphi's VCL framework, FMX framework and Lazarus LCL framework. It allows to create Win32, Win64, Mac OS-X, iOS, Android, Linux, Raspbian, ... applications with a single codebase and a single learning curve.
This article describes the drawing of soft lines and ellipses.
“Soft” means that the pen does not follow pixels but smoothes over pixels. As a result, the lines do not have steps.
HOW TO BUILD AN APP IN XML WITH FIREMONKEY INCLUDED STYLE SHEETOVERVIEW
In this article some of the possibilities
that are available with xml are explained. The article will start by giving a short introduction into what XML is and how it can be used in Delphi. In this article we want to show how XML works, by creating a very simple application made in FMX (Embarcadero) showing some specialties about FMX and explaining some of it, so you will be able to build an extension of this program yourself and later on port it to your own Smart Mobile.
How to Deal with Big Numbers MAXBOX
A Big Decimal or Big Int Interface
Today we step through numbers and infinity.
As you may know there's no simple solution to print, calculate or store big numbers or decimals.