What is the best phone or tablet to use when developing Delphi apps for Android?
This is a recurring question on conferences and workshops. My short answer is “any of the Google Nexus phones or tablets”. These are Google’s developer devices with special features.
Please note that the choice of devices for end-users of the app you write in Delphi just about spans the entire Android market, and is in no way limited to Nexus or Pixel devices. You can basically run Delphi Android apps on almost any modern Android device; more about that later.
The best Delphi Android development device should have the following characteristics:
The Nexus / Pixel line of devices supports all of the above, whilst also pushing ahead with the latest hardware features.
Continue reading here: Best Delphi Android development device
Jens Fudge very kindly invited me as a speaker on the DAPUG workshop on October 25 and 26. I was honoured and I will do my best to make my presentations live up to the expectations of the DAPUG members.
On these two days I will talk about the expanding world of Delphi. Delphi is no longer just a desktop development platform for Windows, but for a while now has allowed their developers to build apps and applications for iOS, Android, Mac and soon Linux. But it is even expanding beyond that with built-in support for Bluetooth LE devices on all platforms as well as IoT components to interact with physical devices like lights, locks, and many other IoT devices. Delphi definitely is “One source to rule them all”.
The details of the program for these two days is listed here: http://alt.dapug.dk/ws25102016.htm
As DavidI leaves Embarcadero to start working at Evens Data, Nick Hodges joins the Embarcadero team.
@DavidI, congratulations on your new job as Vice President of Developer Communities at Evans Data. I will miss having you on the Delphi and C++ Builder team. You can see a video of DavidI talking about developer relations on this page.
@Nick Hodges, congratulations on your new job as Product Management Lead at Embarcadero. Welcome back!
Delphi 10.1 Berlin, met de Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Preview van Delphi back-end software op Linux, VCL updates, mobiele toepassingen, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence, PDF printing, MARS en REST, Spring4D en een kijkje in de Embarcadero R&D Labs. Er is zoveel te zien dat je je geen moment zult vervelen.
De sprekers zijn Pawel Glowacki, Mattias Gartner, Boian Mitov, Girish Patil, Vladimir Andretsov, Marco Geuze, Stefan Glienke, Andrea Magni, Bruno Fierens, Danny Wind en Olaf Monien.
Meer info en inschrijven:
Delphi Festival Utrecht – 20 september