Tag: FireMonkey

Melbourne Meeting – April 2015

Monday 20th April

FastMM – Peter Postmus

FireUI on Android – Robert Pallot – Frontier Software

Door Prize – ABT… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – May 2014

May 2014

XE2 to XE6 for VCL Developers – Lachlan Gemmell

Lachlan Gemmell has been trawling through the “What’s New” pages and VCL source for XE6 down to XE2, compiling a list of the new features and enhancements available for VCL development.… Continue reading ›

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Perth Meeting – March 2014

March 2014

Scott Van Der Linden

Scott’s Engineering Drawing Program
Records – recent extensions
Embedding FireMonkey forms into VCL
Class Helpers
Regular Expressions
Anonymous methods… Continue reading ›

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Melbourne Meeting – August 2013

August 2013

Multi-platform development – Damien Bootsma (Embarcadero)

Damien showed a sports coaching program he had written using Delphi + FireMoney running on iOS, outlining some of the design decisions he had made, then showed the same code recompiled to run on an Android tablet.… Continue reading ›

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Melbourne Meeting – July 2013

July 2013

SQLite – Lance Collins

Lance has used Delphi since Delphi 2 to maintain and analyse share market data. He’s moved from storing data in typed and INI files to using a database. His decision to use SQLite – open source, thus free – was not the result of a study of all available options but it’s working out OK.… Continue reading ›

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Three Dimensional FireMonkey Component Design

FireMonkey provides access to three dimensional object creation and manipulation. While it is fun to build complex objects by connecting together the supplied primitives  (Rectangle, Cone, Sphere, etc.) this could get very tedious so I want to explore creating more complex objects directly in code.… Continue reading ›

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Sydney Meeting – October 2012

October 2012

Delphi by Design: A look at the Open-Close Principle – Colin Johnsun

“Software entities (classes, modules, functions, etc.) should be open for extension, but closed for modification”. What does this mean? In this talk we’ll look at a simple application to illustrate this design principle.… Continue reading ›

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