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Ryzen 9 5950x: One Billion Lines Of Delphi Code Compiled In ~5 Minutes On 16 Cores

The AMD Ryzen 9 5950x is a beast of a CPU with 16 cores and 32 threads. I have been running a bunch of benchmarks around one million lines of code but I wanted to really push the 5950x and Delphi to their limits so I created a group of projects in Delphi which combined have…
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DelphiCon 2020 FireMonkey Sessions Available Starting November 19

Embarcadero is having a Delphi online event in November 2020 featuring two FireMonkey sessions. The first session is around a new FireMonkey book called Delphi GUI Programming with FireMonkey by Andrea Magni. The second session called FireMonkey and Multi-Device Panel is a…

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Powerful Commercial Gorilla3D Framework Upgraded For Delphi FireMonkey On Windows And Android

The Gorilla3D Framework for FireMonkey has been updated with significant new features and support for Android64 (in addition to Windows). Gorilla3D is a powerful, easy to use, and modern 3D framework for Delphi and C++ Builder…
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Powerful Cross Platform Email App Sample In Delphi 10.4.1 FireMonkey For Android And IOS

Over on Github there is a sample email client which uses IMAP and SMTP for receiving and sending mail. It has basic features like viewing, composing, and sending mail. Full source code is available and it should run on Android, IOS…
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Video Streaming Using Motion JPEG With Delphi XE5 Firemonkey On Windows And IOS

There are a lot of Delphi XE5 Firemonkey developers that want to get real time video streaming working on Android and IOS. Real time video streaming is not an easy project to undertake. One solution that I have found recently is to use Motion JPEGs to handle receiving the video stream. I believe the Digifort Mobile Client which is written in XE5 uses motion JPEGs. While investigating real time…