Category: Meetings

Melbourne Meeting – December 2018

Monday 17th December at 6 for 6:15pm start.

Roger Plant will give us an introduction to Git, then Brian Watson will give a presentation on GitKraken.

We’ll then break for a social time with sandwiches and mince pies.
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Melbourne Meeting – November 2018

Monday 19th November.

Geoffrey Smith spoke on the Delphi MVC Framework, an open source framework developed by Daniele Teti, used to create RESTful services with Delphi..
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Perth Meeting – October 2018

Tuesday 16th October 2018 at 6 for 6:15pm start.

Topics
* Clayton Johnson – MS Word documents as report templates
* Peter Thönell – Design Pattern – A practical application of design patterns
* Rod Grasso – Rod’s commercial software for processing metal sheets

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Melbourne Meeting – October 2018

Monday 15th October.

The theme of this meeting was Delphi IDE extensions.
We had several short presentations:
Geoffrey Smith on Project Magician
John McDonald on Documentation Insight
Peter Magor on GExperts
Tony Bryer on MMX Code Explorer
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Melbourne Meeting – September 2018

Monday 17th September.

The meeting started with the Annual General Meeting

Then Brian Watson and Peter Postmus presented on Virtual TreeView

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Melbourne Meeting – August 2018

Monday 20th August.

Loc Nguyen presented on his POS System

His talk covered:

  • The system’s 3 tier architecture consisting of an FMX client app, a VCL datasnap server and a backend SQL Server database.
  • A short demo of the server module and the client app.
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Melbourne Meeting – July 2018

Monday 16th July.

Grahame Grieve from Health Intersections presented on using Javascript in your application.

You can easily embed javascript in your application to allow your customers to write their own business rules. This presentation showed us how to do this using a simple data entry form as an example.… Continue reading ›

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