Wednesday 17 October 2007
Its Delphi, Jim, but not as we know it
Brief intoductions to Delphi for .Net, Delph for PHP were provided. We also discussed hosting web apps on Apache Web Server.… Continue reading ›
Virtual PC is a free product from Microsoft that lets you create separate virtual machines on your Windows desktop, each of which virtualizes the hardware of a complete physical computer. Virtual machines are very useful for developers as they can provide: eg, – multiple environments for testing; – a standard development environment; – a simple demo deployment.… Continue reading ›
We explored some of the new(ish) features available in Delphi 2006, including templates, sync-edit, code-completion and code insight.
The door prizes, courtesy of Arena Business Technology, were drawn. Peter Herriman won the Pretec 512Mb ‘I-Disk Tiny’ USB drive, and James Afford the Belkin ‘USB 4-Port Micro Hub’ USB hub.… Continue reading ›
Tim Jarvis from Borland Australia will give a practical demonstration on using Enterprise Core Objects (ECO) III and .Net Compact Framework support in Delphi 2006. Tim may also have the time to show the new C++ features that will be part of Delphi 2006.… Continue reading ›