Embarcadero Weekly Round-up for Developers – #7/2016

  

 

 

Embarcadero Weekly Round-up for Developers
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This week’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Spotlight and Embarcadero MVP of the Year for 2015 – Stefan Glienke

Stefan started programming with Turbo Pascal over 15 years ago, and now uses Delphi as his productive language of choice. He is an expert in software design patterns, principles and practices. He developed the DSharp library, Test Insight and is lead developer of Spring4d.

The process of selecting an MVP of the year involves nominations and feedback from other MVPs as well as our internal consideration. Everyone holds Stefan in high regard and appreciates his many contributions. Read more >>
 

 

 


 

Deploying Embarcadero Delphi and C++ EMS and DataSnap Applications in a Production Environment by David I.

After you have developed your Enterprise Mobility Services (EMS) and DataSnap applications you will want to deploy them in a production environment. Here you will find additional license information, links to redistributable files and documentation URLs that will help you deploy your applications to your production servers. Read more >>

 

Developer Skill Sprint: Refactoring Legacy Code to Design Patterns

Refactoring is a controlled technique for improving the design of an existing code base… Watch the Skill Sprint Replay on Embarcadero YouTube channel >>

 

Migrating Legacy (DCOM based) DataSnap Servers from Delphi 2007 (and earlier) to Delphi 2009/2010 (and later) by David I.

Here you will find four resources that will help you migrate your legacy DCOM based DataSnap servers to Delphi 2009/2010 all the way up to Delphi 10 Seattle. Read more >>

 


 

C++ Compiler Support

C++ compilers list on cppreference.com – presents multiple C++ compilers (including C++Builder 10 Seattle) and their support for new C++ features. Read more >>

 

Ways you can customize the RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 10 Seattle IDE today by David I.

A few ideas about what you can do to take control of the look and feel of the Embarcadero RAD Studio, Delphi and C++Builder 10 Seattle IDE. Read more >>

 


 

The inheritance tree of all FireMonkey objects

Here you’ll find a list of all package objects FMX in the form of a graph. Read more >>

 

The Bad Delphi Code Competition – Results and Winners!

There was a wide variety of entries, from small code snippets to large projects written just for this competition. Take a look at the top four entries followed by several other smaller entries. Read more >>

 


 

Delphi Blogs of the Week/Month #40

Another collection of links to blogs posts, news, and other tidbits of interest to Delphi and RAD Studio developers. Read more >>

 


 

Free Delphi eBook “Delphi Succinctly” from Syncfusion

Learn the fundamentals of Delphi to build a variety of solutions for many devices and platforms. Author Marco Breveglieri will provide you with an overview of Delphi, its principles, its environment, and its use of Object Pascal language so that you can harness its versatility. Download now >>

 


 

Webinar Replay: From Delphi 2007 to 10 Seattle: Easy! by Jim McKeeth

Delphi 10 Seattle represents many huge improvements in reach, connectivity, productivity and flexibility. The improvements from Delphi 2007 to 10 Seattle are greater than from Delphi 1 to Delphi 2007. While a lot has changed, it is still the same great Delphi we all know and love, just better. Read more >>

 


 

Webinar replay: Learn how to Quickly Build and Deploy a complete REST/JSON based enterprise business application

This RAD Studio 10 Seattle webinar will show you how to build and deploy a complete, multi-tier business application using Embarcadero RAD Studio 10 Seattle Enterprise Edition. Read more >>

 


 

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