Archive for month: September, 2010

RAD Studio XE World Tour week in US

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Hello Delphi Community, This week I’m in Denver and Salt Lake City to present the new RAD Studio XE, will be great to meet the community around both areas, you are welcome!!! Denver, CO – today (September 21st – 5:00am – 7:00pm ) – registration here Salt Lake City, UT (September 22nd – 6:00pm – 8:00pm ) – […]

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Software Development, technologies and other matters #2

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Hot week for the software development world. RAD Studio Version Insight is our integration with Subversion for Delphi and C++Builder IDE, it is Open Source and is available on Sourceforge, developers are welcome to contribute with this project. Delphi XE DataSnap Development Training (in Dutch) with Dr. Bob, more information here RAD Studio XE World […]

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Software Development, technologies and other matters #1

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This is a post category(SDTOM) where I will put together interesting information about software development, technology in general and other matters which I think could be interesting to share with everybody, let start. A lot of RAD Studio XE events around the world during the last 2 weeks, developers are really excited, this is just […]

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Don’t worry you can write Delphi Prism applications for iPhone/iPad

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Many of you didn’t want to take the risk to write iOS applications based on monotouch because of the Apple iOS 4 license agreement, now it changes, today Apple announced to “relax all restrictions on the development tools used to create iOS apps, as long as the resulting apps do not download any code”. In […]

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Using regular expressions to validate IP address with Delphi XE

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One of the new Delphi XE features is the RTL support for regular expressions  (unit RegularExpressions), regular expressions provide a concise and flexible means for matching strings of text, such as particular characters, words, or patterns of characters. The follow example shows how to use regexp to validate IP address. program RegExpIP; {$APPTYPE CONSOLE} uses […]

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