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TBytesStream

I guess that you all already worked with a TBytesStream. It is derived from a TMemoryStream and offers direct access to the underlying TBytes:

So far so good, the problem is that a TMemoryStream allocates more memory than the … Continue reading

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Improved the Demo for Web Application

Today we updated our TMS Web Core demo application. If you are interested to see it, don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Hybrid Web applications

This week TMS held a webinar about the next release 1.8 of TMS Web Core which includes the next version of Miletus. Miletus is a framework that allows you to create HTML and CSS based web applications for the desktop. … Continue reading

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Demo for Web Application

Today we created a demo for a Web Application which is responsive, supports light and dark mode and where the language can be selected. We have written this application with HTML, CSS, JavaScript and TMS Web Core. For everybody who … Continue reading

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PowerPDF

I fixed an issue in the PowerPDF components. The problem was that the C++Builder IDE didn’t show the installed components. For all who are waiting for such a fix, please be patient since I’m doing this in my spare time. … Continue reading

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MustangPeak

This week I added some minor changes to the MustangPeak components. It is some time ago that I worked on these components, but this week a customer needed these changes. I hope that someone can profit from this work.

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VirtualTreeView

Today I merged the VirtualTreeView from TurboPack with the version from GitHub. As soon as EMBT has updated GetIt, you can download this library directly from inside the RAD Studio IDE.

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Encoding of .pas files part 2

In my last post I explained that it is a good strategy to encode .pas files in UTF8. From RAD Studio 10.4 you can set under “Tools/Options/User Interface/Editor” the “Default file encoding” to UTF8. In older versions of RAD Studio … Continue reading

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Encoding of .pas files

This week I would like to talk about the encoding of .pas files. Normally they are ANSI encoded which is no problem since all Delphi statements are ASCII encoded. But the exception are comments. Many developers overlook this issue, but … Continue reading

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Async and Await in TMS Web Core

Today we published a blog article on the TMS Software web site. In this article Leon explains how to write complex asynchronous Web applications with TMS Web Core and Pascal. The trick is that asynchronous calls can be written in … Continue reading

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