Category Archives: Third Party Components

Everything about third party components for Delphi.

Foren-Tage

Yesterday I returned from the Foren-Tage. It has been a wonderful event with an amazing trip on a ship around the Port of Hamburg. The trip has been sponsored by TMS Software. Many thanks for that! On the conference on … Continue reading

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TMS Day Meerbusch Nov 23, 2017

I’m happy to announce that TMS Software organizes a new training day on Thursday November 23rd in Meerbusch, NRW, Germany. The sessions will be spent on Google Maps integration, TMS VCL & FNC components brought by ir. Bruno Fierens, TMS … Continue reading

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TMS Passkit at German Code Rage 2017

This year I will hold a presentation at the German Code Rage 2017. You can join it on Thursday, 22th at 1 pm. I will talk about the new TMS PassKit component. With TMS PassKit, wallet PassKit files can be … Continue reading

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Converted dfm to Text Format

Today Stefan Glienke mentioned at Google+ that there are some libraries which still use the binary format for dfm files. This is an issue since it is nearly impossible to recognize the changes in your vcs. I do remember old … Continue reading

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Free Capacities

Hi all, I currently have free capacities. I’m looking for remote contract work. I’m a specialist in all Delphi versions, particularly components, SQL databases, ORM and multi-threading. — Thanks, Roman

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VirtualTreeView Version 6.6.0

I just updated the TurboPack version of the VirtualTreeView to the version 6.6.0 and asked Embarcadero to update GetIt.

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PNG Components and Tokyo

This week I received an email from Uwe Raabe that he has updated his png components under bitbucket. That’s why I just updated the TurboPack version under GitHub. As I mentioned in a previous post the RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo … Continue reading

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RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo and TurboPack

Maybe most of you already heard that the next release of RAD Studio will be 10.2 Tokyo. Additionally to supporting Win32, Win64, MacOS, iOS and Android RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo will support Linux64. As always¬† I updated the TurboPack libraries … Continue reading

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IMAPSize

From time to time I’m making backups from my IMAP account. Therefore I’m using a small tool called IMAPSize. IMAPSize is written in Delphi 5 and the code is hosted under sourceforge. Last week it has been impossible to connect … Continue reading

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GitHub or Bitbucket

I’m currently hosting the TurboPack components under GitHub but which not surprisingly supports Git. But normally I’m working with HG because of the great TortoiseHG tool. With the the help of the HGGit extension I can use TortoiseHG with Git … Continue reading

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