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    Thats a very welcome addition imo.

    Thats a very welcome addition imo.
  2. Update regarding legacy Delphi license concerns

    Hi,
    Just FYI, I have been in contact with Atanas, and I understand an update to the statement will come.

    For now the major change is that bumping licenses will happen thru their sales department...
  3. > Not really, don't overuse new features :-) You...

    > Not really, don't overuse new features :-) You do that on yourself.

    Well If one wants to do advanced stuff, one often have to use new features, or sometimes push the existing features to the...
  4. Do we have yet another "Delphi is dead" panic...

    Do we have yet another "Delphi is dead" panic attack ? ;) It must be the 278th or so since 1995.

    Im in contact with Atanas and Marco about the situation. They have bumped the registration number...
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    This part: if Sw = True then until K...

    This part:
    if Sw = True then
    until K >= 2;

    is not valid code and ought to be throwing a syntax error. It is a condition on if the until statement will be executed or not. repeat/until...
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    Hi, Basically the code written is logically...

    Hi,
    Basically the code written is logically nonsense.
    You cant have a conditional Until. You can have an until with a condition, but not prepend it with If then.
    Lets say your first if statement...
  7. It is a dangerous path to take. There are only...

    It is a dangerous path to take.
    There are only two ways to safely share a file:

    - The creator should produce a unique file name each time and keep the file exclusively locked for the whole...
  8. You are touching something important... regular...

    You are touching something important... regular objects do not as such keep a state, unless you device a custom state management for them, while TDatasets do provide a state.
    Typically REST wise,...
  9. Im my humble (not so much I guess... ;) ) opinion...

    Im my humble (not so much I guess... ;) ) opinion all current solutions until now have required much too much boilerplate code to do something.
    The moment the plumbing takes significant focus away...
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    Also I should mention that smartbinding do not...

    Also I should mention that smartbinding do not just bind to visual controls. It binds to almost anything, using the same syntax. Bind a variable to another variable or a record member to something...
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    Hi, Yes the designtime is in principle nice,...

    Hi,

    Yes the designtime is in principle nice, as long as your form do not get complex and the number of bindings are fairly minimal.
    The problem is that there is no refactoring support, no...
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    1) Nope... Its available for all bindings. 2)...

    1) Nope... Its available for all bindings.
    2) Its completely different. Livebindings is quite complex to setup at runtime, and designtime basically does the dirty work behind the scenes, while...
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    And there are easy to use unbind and rebind...

    And there are easy to use unbind and rebind features too, to allow changing the binding on the fly. It could happen if binding to a Delphi record (non Tdataset) which exists temporary, then you would...
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    Examples of SmartBinding

    Here are some examples:

    Simple binding:


    // Bind simple controls and data.
    // Binds Memo1 to Button1 and to record data.
    // Binds record data to Edit2
    // Binds Edit1 to...
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    Apology for the way to many "which" 'es in the...

    Apology for the way to many "which" 'es in the above sentence.... :)
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    Ive used livebindings for a couple of FMX apps....

    Ive used livebindings for a couple of FMX apps. Some of them are used both on mobile and PC's, and some are PC only (administrative type).
    My experience is that livebindings as a concept is nice. I...
  17. Thread: Rest

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    I dont know if its "the other way" compared to...

    I dont know if its "the other way" compared to what I wrote. It all depends on the interpretation of what the URL is and what the data is.
    If the ID is part of the URL, then data POST'ed could be...
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    Its a matter of taste which method to choose. ...

    Its a matter of taste which method to choose.
    But the rules of thumb are:
    - If you want an easy way for people to access your API from a regular browser, then predominately use the URL based...
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    Yeh :) I can't understand why anyone can live...

    Yeh :) I can't understand why anyone can live without it ;)
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    Simple example

    Hi,

    A simple example that converts your objects to and from JSON using kbmMW:


    type

    [kbmMW_Root([mwrfIncludePublic])]
    TExpeditieItem = class
    private
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    Documentation... it can no doubt be much...

    Documentation... it can no doubt be much improved.... with full size descriptions on properties, classes, methods, types and so forth. In fact loads of them have been described, but not in a hlp/chm...
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    Thats great! Just ask Benno or me if you have any...

    Thats great! Just ask Benno or me if you have any questions.
    I remember way back, when I was in the need to get an n-tier toolkit, and both Asta and Midas were out of my price range, and I bought...
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    Hi Benno. Its great to hear that! It is always...

    Hi Benno. Its great to hear that! It is always nice to get craploads of hours spent converted into getting the code out to people to it can do good.
  24. It is honestly a pity that you have not looked at...

    It is honestly a pity that you have not looked at kbmMW in detail :) It natively supports supports nullable, not only for its ORM, but for its JSON, YAML, XML, BSON, MessagePack, REST and logging....
  25. Hi, Yes and no. If you have C++Builder...

    Hi,

    Yes and no.

    If you have C++Builder personality only, then bugs in the compiler seems to prevent proper compilation.
    If you have Delphi and C++Builder personality, then you should be able...
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