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TMS Web Core: Form Inheritance for RAD

In my last blog post, I stepped on the toes of OOP-purists. I will try to make up for it… Without getting into the discussion of software architecture, class inheritance is one of the pillars of building object-oriented applications. It is still a mystery to me how one of the most popular programming languages of the 1990s called itself ‘object oriented’

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Embarcadero Delphi 10.3.2 has been released

The headline says it all: An update for Delphi 10.3 Rio has been released. Embarcadero included a lot of new features. They introduce the ability to create desktop applications with FireMonkey for Linux and 64-Bit Mac OS. Back in the day, those were features worthy of releases and not just updates.

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5-Minute-Snack: Alternative Welcome Page for Delphi

A “Welcome Page” is rather common in modern IDEs so that developers can access projects that they use on a regular basis quickly. Furthermore, a lot of IDEs show dates for important events, news feeds or even video feeds.

I am very old fashioned when it comes to Delphi and want to focus on programming when using Delphi and do not want to be distracted by blog posts,

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5 Minute Snack: Is a package installed? The Package Manager icons tell you!

I noticed this rather recently. It might have been the case for a long time, but I never noticed it before. The Project Manager uses different icons to show if a package is installed or not!

Look at this example:

The very first package icon is colored with a purple box,

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