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  1. warleyalex

    window component

    OFF TOPIC - "SMS Component design" Just things that crosses my mind, and I want to discuss. Please don’t see that as an attack to someones's work. I really like SMS and the new possibilities. We all want the best possible development experience result. While the visual widgets/UI in SMS still is customizable (by user and developer). I often spend more time on UI parts to realize the look and feel i want to have. I have to say here, one think that is very frustating for me is the SMS form designer I've spent a few minutes reflecting on this RAD approach and its form designer to create web app. Just drop components onto a form and set up at the objector inspector, the events and the properties. All of the above is great and it will no doubt give us the same benefits as Delphi developers currently enjoy. The compiler will auto generate the components for you, such as: var btn1: TButton; btn1 := TButton.Create(Self); btn1.Width := 121; btn1.Top := 16; btn1.Left := 536; btn1.Height := 25; btn1.Name := 'btn1'; btn1.OnClick := Self.btn1Click; The UI part could be implemented on top of TCustomComponent, both visual or non-visual components could be used. "the window component" - it's great candidate hein! ...but what I really don't like this approach is when i.e. you drop "a visual component" onto form, you see "rectangule" drawing which represents the component itself you dropped. I can't seem to find anyway how to get the "live preview" on the SMS designer on those components I've created. other thing is the "objector inspector" support for some custom properties. For instance, if the user choose 'Material' from the list, the Material CSS style should be applied to the component. type TCustomStyle = array[1..3] of string; const CustomStyle : TCustomStyle = ('iOS','Android','Material'); type TMystyle = (cssIOS, cssAndroid, cssMaterial); TToggleComponent = class(TW3CustomControl) private fMyStyle: TMystyle; fCustomStyle : TCustomStyle; published property Mystyle: TMystyle Read fMyStyle Write fMyStyle default cssAndroid; property CustomStyle: TCustomStyle Read fCustomStyle Write fCustomStyle; ...when I see at Object Inspector the property MyStyle : 0 (set to zero?). For the boolean type it shows the dropdown list. How can I create a property of type String that will show a combo box in the object inspector with a predefined set of values the user could choose? This is very frustating for me It seems there's just a bit too much work involved to meet even baseline expectations.
  2. warleyalex

    How do I use Secure Websockets (WSS)?

    Could you help to comment that can Websockets work on mobile phones devices? I remember we may be able to use them with SMS applications with mORMot weksockets, built-in using nterface SOA callbacks . But we can seious limitation over a 3G connection or security requirements (like explicit SLL certificates), connections dropping out on mobile phones. Desktops and laptops are a different story of course.
  3. warleyalex

    layout, wordwrap and label nightmare

    We simply cannot open your project at labelissue.zip, missing "Form1.sfm"! It's an old married, TW3Label does not like the TW3Layout. Anyway, I think the unfinished widget SimpleLabel (TW3SimpleLabel => SmartCL.Controls.SimpleLabel.pas) works "almost" as expected. projTeste.zip
  4. warleyalex

    vendor prefix

    The CSS browser prefixes that you can use are: Android: -webkit- Chrome: -webkit- Firefox: -moz- Internet Explorer: -ms- iOS: -webkit- Opera: -o- Safari: -webkit- Please, fix the smartCL.System --> unitFCSSToken := 'Moz'; ---> I think should be lowecase w3_setStyle(FParticles.Handle, BrowserAPI.PrefixDef('transform'), 'scale(0.5,0.5)'); w3_setStyle(FParticles.Handle, BrowserAPI.PrefixDef('transform-origin'), 'left top');
  5. warleyalex

    Beware of box shadows!

    I think box-shadow CSS will need 3 things to work on iOS: 1) Vendor Prefix on the box-shadow -webkit-box-shadow: {...} 2) Border Radius set, example to 1px border-radius: 1px 3) disabled appearance -webkit-appearance: none; //--> remember to put it before box-shadow, not after
  6. warleyalex

    async / await keywords

    look this following procedure: procedure main; begin Sleep(5000); console.log('A'); Sleep(3000); console.log('B'); end; when we run this code, it will immediately output 'A' and 'B' - JS the asyncronous nature. ...but I want our program to log 'A' after 5 seconds then log 'B' after 3 seconds... that why we, we need the async / await native keywords in SMS. In a "synchronous" manner. Await and Async are just syntactic sugar for working with promises. It would be cool if we can declare a method like: procedure main; async; The compiler can check whether the encompassing function has async() in then and emit expectd JS, for instance: (async function(){ })(); Yeah, we need to to wrap it inside an async function and add "await" before the method "Sleep" to work in synchrounous manner.ther await keyword native in SMS would be nice. await Sleep(5000); I found out an ugly workaround for the "Immediately Invoked Function Expression (IIFE) - async function" to work at SMS. { global functions } procedure async(fn: Variant = nil); external '(async function(){' ; procedure &end; external '})'; function await(promise: Variant): JPromise; external 'await '; function Sleep(ms: Integer): JPromise; begin Result := JPromise.Create( procedure(resolve,reject : TCallBack) begin window.setTimeout( procedure() begin console.log('Done waiting'); resolve(ms); end, ms); end); procedure main; begin async; await( Sleep(5000) ); console.log('A after 5s'); await (Sleep(3000)); console.log('B after 3s'); &end; end; end; the compiler will emit expected JS at least: function main() { (async function(){(null); await (Sleep$1(5000)); console.log("A after 5s"); await (Sleep$1(3000)); console.log("B after 3s"); })(); }; but it would super awesome if we could // define procedure as async function procedure main: async; procedure main; begin await Sleep(5000); console.log('A after 5s'); await Sleep(3000); console.log('B after 3s'); end;
  7. warleyalex

    Assigning a Record Type Function Result to a Variant

    I'll try to mimic your example... type TTeamXfer = record TeamID: integer; external 'teamID'; Name: string; external 'name'; Desc: string; external 'desc'; Web: string; external 'web'; Bonus: integer; external 'bonus'; Shots: integer; external 'shots'; Splats: integer; external 'splats'; BonusCurrent: integer; external 'bonusCurrent'; ShotsCurrent: integer; external 'shotsCurrent'; SplatsCurrent: integer; external 'splatsCurrent'; end; type TTeamStruct = class public r: TTeamXfer; function Save(Value: TTeamXfer): TTeamXfer; end; function TTeamStruct.Save(Value: TTeamXfer): TTeamXfer; begin Result.TeamID := Value.TeamID; Result.Name := Value.Name; Result.Desc := Value.Desc; Result.Web := Value.Web; Result.Bonus := Value.Bonus; Result.Shots := Value.Shots; Result.Splats := Value.Splats; Result.BonusCurrent := Value.BonusCurrent; Result.ShotsCurrent := Value.ShotsCurrent; Result.SplatsCurrent := Value.SplatsCurrent; end; type TPXMessageCallback = procedure; procedure test; begin console.log('testing...'); end; procedure PXSend(v: integer; aData: Variant; aCallback: TPXMessageCallback); begin console.log( aData.obj.r ); end; procedure PXTeamCreate(aTeam: TTeamStruct; aCallback: TPXMessageCallback); begin var aData: Variant := new JObject; aData.obj := aTeam; aData.team := @aTeam.Save; PXSend(200, aData, @aCallback); end; var Team: TTeamStruct; Team := TTeamStruct.Create; Team.r.TeamID := 10; Team.r.Name := 'warleyalex'; PXTeamCreate(Team, @test); the compiler emittes this: function PXTeamCreate(aTeam, aCallback) { var aData; aData = {}; aData.obj = aTeam; aData.team = $Event1(aTeam,TTeamStruct.Save); PXSend(200,aData,aCallback); };
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    Hoping for a Better Way: Delphi Objects to JS Objects

    to match/map the JSON fieldname, you have to declare the record definition is type TFishRecord = record Category: String; external 'Category'; Common_Name: String; external 'Common_Name'; Length_Cm: String; external 'Length_Cm'; Length_In: String; external 'Length_In'; Notes: String; external 'Notes'; Species_Name: String; external 'Species_Name'; Species_No: String; external 'Species_No'; end; to emit this JS Object, for instance: { Category : "Snapper", Common_Name : "Red Emperor", Length_Cm : "60", Length_In : "23.6220472440945", Notes : "Called seaperch in Australia.", Species_Name : "Lutjanus sebae", Species_No : "90030" }
  9. warleyalex

    Hoping for a Better Way: Delphi Objects to JS Objects

    I think you should use the record type to store/retrieve the JSON data. type TFishRecord = record Category: String; Common_Name: String; Length_Cm: String; Length_In: String; Notes: String; Species_Name: String; Species_No: String; end; type TForm1 = class(TW3Form) private {$I 'Form1:intf'} fishRecord: TFishRecord; protected procedure InitializeForm; override; procedure InitializeObject; override; procedure Resize; override; end; implementation var fishJsonData = #'[ {"Species_No":"90020","Category":"Triggerfishy","Common_Name":"Clown Triggerfish","Species_Name":"Ballistoides conspicillum","Length_Cm":"50","Length_In":"19.6850393700787","Notes":"Also known as the big spotted triggerfish. Inhabits outer reef areas and feeds upon crustaceans and mollusks by crushing them with powerful teeth. They are voracious eaters, and divers report seeing the clown triggerfish devour beds of pearl oysters.\r\n\r\nDo not eat this fish. According to an 1878 account, \"the poisonous flesh acts primarily upon the nervous tissue of the stomach, occasioning violent spasms of that organ, and shortly afterwards all the muscles of the body. The frame becomes rocked with spasms, the tongue thickened, the eye fixed, the breathing laborious, and the patient expires in a paroxysm of extreme suffering.\"\r\n\r\nNot edible.\r\n\r\nRange is Indo-Pacific and East Africa to Somoa."}, {"Species_No":"90030","Category":"Snapper","Common_Name":"Red Emperor","Species_Name":"Lutjanus sebae","Length_Cm":"60","Length_In":"23.6220472440945","Notes":"Called seaperch in Australia. Inhabits the areas around lagoon coral reefs and sandy bottoms.\r\n\r\nThe red emperor is a valuable food fish and considered a great sporting fish that fights with fury when hooked. The flesh of an old fish is just as tender to eat as that of the very young.\r\n\r\nRange is from the Indo-Pacific to East Africa."}, {"Species_No":"90050","Category":"Wrasse","Common_Name":"Giant Maori Wrasse","Species_Name":"Cheilinus undulatus","Length_Cm":"229","Length_In":"90.15748031496059","Notes":"This is the largest of all the wrasse. It is found in dense reef areas, feeding on a wide variety of mollusks, fishes, sea urchins, crustaceans, and other invertebrates. In spite of its immense size, divers find it a very wary fish.\r\n\r\nEdibility is considered poor.\r\n\r\nRange is the Indo-Pacific and the Red Sea."} ]'; function getList: variant; begin result := JSON.parse(fishJsonData); end; function JSON2TFishRecord(const Value: variant): TFishRecord; begin result.Category := Value.Category; result.Common_Name := Value.Common_Name; result.Length_Cm := Value.Length_Cm; result.Length_In := Value.Length_In; result.Notes := Value.Notes; result.Species_Name := Value.Species_Name; result.Species_No := Value.Species_No; end; function TFishRecord2JSON(const Value: TFishRecord): variant; begin result := new JObject; result.Category := Value.Category; result.Common_Name := Value.Common_Name; result.Length_Cm := Value.Length_Cm; result.Length_In := Value.Length_In; result.Notes := Value.Notes; result.Species_Name := Value.Species_Name; result.Species_No := Value.Species_No; end; ( TWEdit widget ) categoryEd.Text := fishRecord.Category;
  10. warleyalex

    Shortcut already exists.

    humm, I rememeber this minor bug y can see on the old SMS. I can not see this ugly message anymore on the 3.x, anyway you could try this: Tools --> IDE Settings... --> Preferences | Keyboard -> Edit editor shortcuts --> Reset List
  11. warleyalex

    Declaring Record Type Constants

    Solution as JObject base class Type TT = Class(JObject) TableName: string; CreateFunc: TFn; end; var Regist: array of TT; initialization var rr : TT; rr := new TT; rr.TableName := 'devil_report'; rr.CreateFunc := @CreateServer; Regist.Add(rr); rr.TableName := 'flowers_report'; rr.CreateFunc := @CreateServer; Regist.Add(rr); (...) // Display the object for var i:= Regist.Low to Regist.High do console.log(Regist[i]);
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    Declaring Record Type Constants

    Another solution using record type; type TModelClassRegistration = record TableName: string; external "TableName"; CreateFunc: function : JPromise; external "CreateFunc"; end; var RegisteredModelClasses: array of TModelClassRegistration; initialization var rec :TModelClassRegistration; rec.TableName := 'devil_report'; rec.CreateFunc := @CreateServer; RegisteredModelClasses.Add(rec); rec.TableName:= 'flowers_report'; rec.CreateFunc := @CreateServer; RegisteredModelClasses.Add(rec); rec.TableName := 'cards_report'; rec.CreateFunc := @CreateServer; RegisteredModelClasses.Add(rec); (...) for var i:= RegisteredModelClasses.Low to RegisteredModelClasses.High do console.log(RegisteredModelClasses[i])
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    What happened to VarIsValidRef?

    Yes. they removed the VarIsValidRef method. hum, at the System.types unit, there's a helper class TW3VariantHelper where lives a method Valid. if TW3VariantHelper.Valid(str) then ; I would prefer a global big unit with all methods instead of helper class approach.
  14. warleyalex

    Declaring Record Type Constants

    solution I: =========== var // _TableList: array[0..0] of variant = [ _TableList:= [ CLASS TableName:= 'Server'; external 'TableName'; CreateFunc:= @CreateServer; external 'CreateFunc' END ]; // This works ========================================================== var _TableList2: array[0..0] of TMySqlCreateTable = [ ( TableName: 'Server'; CreateFunc: @CreateServer ) ]; // Syntax Error: Constant expression expected [line: 85, column: 52, file: unit2] ========================================================== _TableList2[0].TableName := 'Server'; _TableList2[0].CreateFunc := @CreateServer; // This works
  15. warleyalex

    SMS 3 + mORMot = Error

    I download the mORMot_and_Open_Source_friends_234301_06b24ae728 today and patched some needed SynCrossPlatform units and mORMotWrappers (generate mORMot cross-platform clients code from the server). and some changes at the project 27 and 29, Now, it compiles and works in both SMS 2.2.2.04694 (lastest WinXP compatible) and SMS 3.1.0.80 (development version)! download link: mORMot with SMS 2x and 3x
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