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  1. COMFIED

    TMS Web Core

    Anyone seen the new TMS Delphi to html/ JavaScript components? http://tmssoftware.com/site/tmswebcore.asp I think this product is still in closed beta, to launch in a few weeks.
  2. IElite

    CEF4Delphi (Chromium 4 Delphi)

    Salvador Díaz Fau posted this on facebook "My first open source component : CEF4Delphi CEF4Delphi is an open source project to embed Chromium-based browsers in applications made with Delphi. CEF4Delphi is based on DCEF3, made by Henri Gourvest." "CEF4Delphi uses CEF3.2883.1552.g88ff29a which includes Chromium 55.0.2883.87. I'll update it regularly" https://www.briskbard.com/index.php?lang=en&pageid=cef https://github.com/salvadordf/CEF4Delphi CEF4Delphi CEF4Delphi is an open source project created by Salvador Díaz Fau to embed Chromium-based browsers in applications made with Delphi. CEF4Delphi is based on DCEF3, made by Henri Gourvest. The original license of DCEF3 still applies to CEF4Delphi. Read the license terms in the first lines of any *.pas file. CEF4Delphi uses CEF3.2883.1552.g88ff29a which includes Chromium 55.0.2883.87. For more information about CEF4Delphi visit : https://www.briskbard.com/index.php?lang=en&pageid=cef
  3. I'm seeking help in making this Delphi code (from http://www.codeface.com.br/?p=1679) work in SmartMobileStudio. function EncryptStr(const S: String; Key: Word): String; var I: Integer; const C1 = 53761; C2 = 32618; begin Result := S; for I := 1 to Length(S) do begin Result := char(byte(S) xor (Key shr 8)); Key := (byte(Result) + Key) * C1 + C2; end; end; function DecryptStr(const S: String; Key: Word): String; var I: Integer; const C1 = 53761; C2 = 32618; begin Result := S; for I := 1 to Length(S) do begin Result := char(byte(S) xor (Key shr 8)); Key := (byte(S) + Key) * C1 + C2; end; end;
  4. So I started to play with the Smart Pascal language. I've read the "A Smart Book Sample" included in my evaluation copy and I have some concerns about compatibility with other compilers, specially Free Pascal. It looks like there are no problems at syntax level, but there are problems with RTL units. I know, modern compilers have added new unit naming conventions, and FPC will use it too (I'm researching my installation and I can't find it, but I'm pretty sure they'll do it if they didn't yet in FPC 3.0), and I'm not against evolution, but today it may be a problem for me. Right now I don't know what code we will share between FPC and SMS, but I'm not happy with the idea of using conditional compilation, or to maintain two different units for each compiler where only the USES clause changes and 99% of code is the same. Or may be I am wrong. I mean, I've just read that Sample book and played few hours with the compiler and read some of the example sources. May be the RTL is fully compatible (except the WriteLn procedure, that doesn't work. I've tested. No surprises anyway) but I didn't see that yet. Anyway I'm tempted to write my own RTL units for SMS, fully compatible with FPC, and that would solve most of the problems.
  5. bilcan

    Reading JSON data

    What is the way of reading that kind of JSON data. I tried some ways which I found at the forum but I could not. {This is Embarcadero example of Json} uses System.json; var Obj, ObjCons, ObjIpp: TJSONObject; begin Obj := TJSONObject.Create; try ObjIpp := TJSONObject.Create; ObjIpp.AddPair('ipp', TJSONNumber.Create(1122368)); ObjCons := TJSONObject.Create; ObjCons.AddPair('decision', 'NA'); ObjCons.AddPair('idPatient', ObjIpp); ObjCons.AddPair('idStructure', TJSONNumber.Create(300000000023887)); Obj.AddPair('consentement', ObjCons); Memo1.Lines.Add(Obj.ToJSON); finally Obj.Free; end; end;
  6. hi everyone, i am trying to do my first datasnap connection between a delphi xe5 datatsnap server and a sms-client. after generating the connection unit with the "DataSnap Smart" proxy generator i am confronted with tow compiling errors and a warning. .warning with uses w3system: no problem easyly solved by using SmartCL.System .2 errors "unknown name" TDBXStreamValue and WideString: TResult_TServerMethods1_AS_Execute = class external ParamReader: TDBXStreamValue; OwnerDataStream: TDBXStreamValue; end; and procedure AS_Execute(ProviderName: WideString; CommandText: WideString; ParamReader: TDBXStreamValue; OwnerDataStream: TDBXStreamValue); please help! cheers, JBS
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