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October 5, 2019

Naming arguments and variables: Index and Number

It’s very common to have integers that are used to count objects. It’s also very common to have integers that are offsets into arrays (or similar structures). Humans tend to count from 1 to n. In almost all cases when software uses offsets it makes sense to design the offset to run from 0 to… Continue reading Naming arguments and variables: Index and Number →
 
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October 5, 2019

VCL Hands-On! Introducing the National Weather Service Web Service demo

In the last few weeks, I explained features of several VCL components using a hands-on example that extracts forecast information for a location in the United States from the National Weather Service API. Apart from the videos, the full source code is no available for free on GitHub: https://github.com/holgerflick/NationalWeatherServiceExample I also produced an introductory video for the demo and the video series that is still to be published by TMS early next week.…Read more ›
 
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October 5, 2019

Summary of VCL videos this week (40/19)

This week my focus was on TWebGMaps, a component to use Google Maps in your VCL applications. Be aware that the very same component is also available for FireMonkey and for TMS Web Core. First, have a look how to draw a polygon on a map that consists of coordinates that have been read from a web service: Second,…Read more ›
 
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October 5, 2019

Getting Started with the Enterprise Connections with Geoffrey Osborne from CodeRage 2018

Learn how to use the Enterprise Connectors and the various features available within them to customize queries and data for your needs. https://www.embarcadero.com/
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