Monday 21st October at 6 for 6:15pm start.
At our next meeting, Glen Kleidon will present on his Arpy framework.
Arpy is a framework for creating secure web servers. It uses the same highly flexible, modern approach popularised in NodeJs and .Net Core abstracting out the server complexity allowing the developer to focus on the business logic.… Continue reading ›
Monday 16th September at 6 for 6:15pm start.
At our next meeting, Brian Watson will present:
“a Practical Account of Using XML with Delphi”.
(What happens when you thought you knew about XML but did not).
The meeting will start with the ADUG Annual General Meeting – a short meeting!… Continue reading ›
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Monday 19th August at 6 for 6:15pm start.
At this meeting, Lachlan Gemmell gave a remote presentation on Anonymous Methods.
He showed the syntax for method references, which is required to … Continue reading ›
Monday 15th July at 6 for 6:15pm start.
At this meeting, Tony Bryer gave a presentation on ImageEn
ImageEn is an extensive component suite for image editing, display and analysis for Delphi and C++ Builder.… Continue reading ›
Monday 17th June.
Roger Connell gave a presentation on the creation of his website that shows the qualifications of members of the Australian Parliament.
The Source Data is the Australian Government Website www.aph.gov.au, which publishes a biography of all members.… Continue reading ›
Monday 20th May.
Roger Plant gave a presentation on the BergSoft Next Suite, which he won at the recent Symposium. He demonstrated a variety of controls, and showed BergSoft’s NextInspector, which allows users to examine and modify object properties at run time.… Continue reading ›
Monday 15th April.
We started with a “Public Soap Box” where discussed questions and discoveries related to Delphi.
Peter Magor gave a presentation on the Woll2Woll Info Power library that he won at the symposium.
And John McDonald gave a short presentation on generic lists, which detoured into class references and virtual class methods.… Continue reading ›