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26 Jul 2004 Refactoring, Modeling, and MDA in .NET
Come see live demonstrations of Together for Visual Studio version 2 and Delphi 8 for .NET's ECO support in San Diego
John Kaster Article
22 Jul 2004 ECO Optimism
Malcolm Groves blogs about ECO's optimistic locking
John Kaster Article
22 Jul 2004 ECO associations
Malcolm Groves blogs about associations in ECO
John Kaster Article
22 Jul 2004 All about ECO
Malcolm Groves has a series of blog posts on ECO that really belong articles on BDN. Here's an entry point to his articles
John Kaster Article
22 Jul 2004 Derived attributes in ECO
Read Malcolm Groves' blog for great in-depth information on ECO attributes
John Kaster Article
1 Jun 2004 .NET tip: Getting the Users Home, Temp or My Documents Directory by Charlie Calvert
It was not immediately obvious to me how to retrieve commonly used directories when using .NET. The examples in this article outline how these simple tasks are performed.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
11 May 2004 A hint about .NET WinForms controls ToolTips
Delphi developers are familiar with the "hint" property of VCL controls. This article explains how .NET Extender Providers can be used to include ToolTips for .NET WinForms controls.
John Kaster Article
7 May 2004 Building CORBA applications with Delphi 8 and Janeva - Part 1 - by Pawe&#322 G&#322owacki
This article shows necessary steps to build simple CORBA server and client applications with Borland Janeva 6.0 and Borland Delphi 8 for .NET.
Pawel Glowacki Contributed Article
7 May 2004 D7 Ent/D8 Arch component migration list - by Serge Dosyukov
Are you planning to move from Delphi 7 to Delphi 8? Check this chart to see how easy it will be for you
Serge Dosyukov Contributed Article
7 May 2004 Replacing TabSheets with Frames - by Dan Miser
Using TFrames, interfaces and inheritance, you can overcome the limitations of using TTabSheets in your application.
Dan Miser Contributed Article
7 May 2004 A tale of two CodeDOMs
Read the story of building a web service that uses the C#Builder and Delphi for .NET CodeDOMs to instantly convert C# code samples to Delphi code
John Kaster Article
14 Apr 2004 Improved searching in a client dataset (part 1) - By Tjipke A. van der Plaats
This article explains a way to search faster in client datasets by creating a TClientDataSet descendant and re-implementing Locate or Lookup so that they use indexes.
Tjipke van der Plaats Contributed Article
12 Apr 2004 .NET USERGROUP in the Bay Area!
Join us every 3rd Wednesday of every month to learn about .NET technologies in Santa Clara, CA starting April 21st. Register today for FREE!
Lino Tadros Contributed Article
29 Mar 2004 Writing Template Processors in Delphi
One of my favorite functions in Delphi is StringReplace, and this article shows you how to use it to write a template processor.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
20 Feb 2004 The rules haven't changed
These are links to blog entries that describe how some of the features of Delphi 8 haven't changed despite the radical platform shift.
Allen Bauer Article
12 Jan 2004 Code Profiling with Non-Breaking Breakpoints by Jim McKeeth
Sometimes it is nice to know how long a specific piece of code takes to execute. The Borland IDE actually provides a means to accomplish this using non-breaking breakpoints and the event log.
Jim McKeeth Contributed Article
6 Jan 2004 Interview with Dan Miser by Clay Shannon
MIDAS guru Dan Miser bravely admits he was once a Macintosh expert, explains what was meant by the query "Whopper?", compares himself to Muhammad Ali, and refuses to reveal the secret behind his ability to acquire drink tickets at BorCon
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
3 Jan 2004 Choosing a Language for .NET Development
The language wars are over, the developers have won. In the new world of .NET development, a common class library provides freedom of choice.
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
31 Dec 2003 Busy not doing the dishes - by Noel Rice
Noel demonstrates the ability of Delphi 8 in working with Managed DirectX 9.x with the same ease as C# and VB.NET under the .NET Framework.
Lino Tadros Contributed Article
25 Dec 2003 Interview with Lino Tadros by Clay Shannon
Lino Tadros talks about creating the first ActiveX control ever written with Delphi, a practical joke he played on some of his employees, why he eschews the newsgroups lately, who he impersonates, and the new magazine he is writing for.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article

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