By: Tim DelChiaro
Abstract: Day 2 schedule highlights include C++11
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FireMonkey with Style
Styles are the technical foundation of visual controls in FireMonkey. This session explains why and how, and also covers what's new in FM2 regarding styles.
Marco Cantu' - Embarcadero
Creating Custom FireMonkey Controls with C++Builder XE3
RAD Studio supports cross-platform user interface development with the FireMonkey framework. Like the VCL, FireMonkey is component-based, but unlike the VCL, FireMonkey is based around the concept of styles. As a result, creating custom FireMonkey controls is quite a bit different than create VCL controls. This session will provide you with what you need to get started building custom FireMonkey controls.
Ray Konopka - Raize Software
PRODUCT ADDRESS: HTML5 Builder
In this session, Product Manager Sarina DuPont talks about what HTML5 Builder is all about and how you can leverage the latest in web technologies to build mobile and web apps using HTML5 Builder. This session also includes demos.
Sarina DuPont - Embarcadero
C++ 11: What's New in C++Builder XE3 64-bit
This session discusses the C++ 11 standards compatibility for language and library compliance in the recently released 64-bit Windows compiler.
John Thomas - Embarcadero
HTML5 Builder Mobile Development & Deployment
dbExpress Connectivity to SQLite
This session provides instruction on setting up SQLite on Windows and Mac and shows a sample application that manipulates data.
Stephen Blas - Embarcadero
HTML5 Builder Multi-tier Application Development
This session shows how to create and use a DataSnap REST Client Module to access a C++ Builder DataSnap server and call the functions exposed by the C++ Builder DataSnap server. DataSnap is a technology that enables RAD creation of multi-tier web applications. We will use HTML5 Builder to create a client-side web applications that interacts with DataSnap. A DataSnap REST client module is a data module that lets you access a DataSnap server. You can then include that data module in another data module or a web page to be able to call the functions exposed by the DataSnap server.
Al Mannarino - Embarcadero
LiveBindings: Using Bind Sources and Adapters
Jim will use bind source components and adapter components to link non-db data. Learn how to use intermediate fields, how to link controls to user-defined TObjects, and how to create custom adapter components.
Jim Tierney - Embarcadero
VENDOR SHOWCASE: AnyDAC SQLite Driver Review
This session presents AnyDAC SQLite driver. See how to manage and use SQLite encryption, and how to extend SQLite engine by custom functions, locales and data sources. The session discusses SQLite callbacks as well.
Dmitry Arefiev - DA-SOFT Technologies
VENDOR SHOWCASE: Profiling of C++ Applications with AQtime and C++Builder
The presentation consists of two parts. In the first part the presenter will introduce five tips for improvement of performance of your algorithms written in C++ code inside RAD Studio XE3. Each tip will be followed with an example demonstration using the free tool AQtime Standard shipping with RAD Studio. The second part of the presentation will focus on some more advanced topics including line level profiling and advanced counters for in depth analysis of performance of your code.
Goran Begic - SmartBear Software, Inc.
VENDOR SHOWCASE: Cross-platform Reporting with FireMonkey
This session covers the advantages and limitations of business reporting creation with FastReport under FireMonkey. The presentation will include a short review, comparison with VCL, and demonstration of possibilities.
Michael Philippenko - Fast Reports Inc.
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