Tag: FireMonkey

Perth Meeting – October 2017

Tuesday 17th October

The Perth branch of ADUG are meeting this Tuesday to talk about Delphi technical topics.
– SCOTT HOLLOWS – Build Your Own Text Comparison Tool in Delphi. Last month Frank Reynolds walked us through some difference comparison tools available within and outside of Delphi. … Continue reading ›

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Melbourne Meeting – September 2017

Monday 18th September.

We started with our Annual General Meeting, the meeting which we have to have.
Our President, Scott Hollows, chaired this meeting.

Then Scott gave a presentation on “Displaying and Animating 2D Controls in 3D” using FireMonkey.… Continue reading ›

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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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