Delphi 11 (and RAD Studio 11) is just around the corner! It’s been announced in July, promoted in August, and now in September Marco Cantu has provided a public preview of the next major version of our beloved development tool. Well, maybe when you are reading this, it might be already released.
You are invited to Desktop First UX Summit 2021! “The world may seem to run on mobile, but everything still begins on the desktop, and the desktop user experience deserves better!”
From Monday, Aug 30th through Friday, Sept 3rd, 2021 industry experts and thousands of developers and designers like you will attend this five-day open online conference and take your desktop UI/UX skills to new levels! The Desktop-First UX Summit will cover both the theory and practice of creating great desktop user experiences.
A new relevant open source project is now available for Delphi community on GitHub: AWS SDK for Delphi.
The AWS SDK for Delphi enables Delphi developers to easily work with Amazon Web Services and build scalable solutions with Amazon SES, Amazon SQS, and more. It is a non-official SDK based on the official AWS SDK for .NET. A few selected popular services are added, and more will be added very soon.
So, you have been given your first project to develop a cloud service with Delphi and want to avoid all pitfalls and loopholes that can come with such project? Or, you are thinking about migrating your existing applications to the cloud, and want to make sure you are going do start it the right away?
Recently I had to create a Delphi VCL form with a tree-like control. It should be a piece-of-cake with Delphi: just dropped a TTreeView control on the form and I was almost there. But there was one gotcha: I wanted to have checkboxes in each node. Worse: checkboxes that could hold three different states (checked, unchecked, partial).
It’s very rare that I have to build complex GUI applications (lucky me) thus I had hope that in most recent VCL all I had to use was to enable some kind of property in the TTreeView component. To my disappointment, there is not such support for checkbox in the tree view.
Amazing things are happening in the Delphi world! Amazing things are going to happen in the Delphi world. This week, two different, important webinars are going to announce great things coming in the Delphi world!