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Delphi Developer Dilemma

I've used Pascal-based compilers for a long time. Similar to many others like me, I started with Turbo Pascal 3 in the 80s, embraced object-oriented extensions in Borland Pascal, attempted to understand OWL but quickly moved to Delphi when it was released, and now churn out blazing database applications on the latest Windows operating systems[…]

HTML5 Builder Problems

Categories: Programming, Web
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Published on: September 21, 2012

My blog about HTML5 Builder has been elementary and positive so far. But I've had problems–I just haven't mentioned them yet. Well, it's time to do that before going further. I'm using the product on two different machines and am having two different experiences. Two Machines My main development machine is an older custom-built desktop[…]

Create a PHP Component

Categories: Programming, Web
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Published on: September 17, 2012

While still working with a PHP web server application, let's create a simple component, install it, and modify the Hello World app to use it. The tutorial says to always put components into the RPCL folder and separate them by company name. So if you get third-party components, they would show up as sub-folders in[…]

Simple PHP Web App in HTML5 Builder

Categories: Programming, Web
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Published on: September 11, 2012

The first application I'll create will be similar to sample ones I had tried in RadPHP. They were simple PHP tutorials and they worked–somewhat. I had some issues, but don't remember whether it was getting all the right libraries in the right place or whether it worked from some locations or browsers or what. In[…]

Installing HTML5 Builder

Categories: Web
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Published on: September 9, 2012

It's been a year since my last blog entry and while I've been busy writing Windows applications with Delphi, I've kept an eye on web technologies. I've done some PHP in the past and had purchased RadPHP XE but didn't upgrade to the XE2 version because there were practically no new features and the documentation,[…]

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