The duration of a CodeRage Conference presentation is generally 45 minutes. Each replay includes video and audio.
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Silverlight with Delphi Prism
Jim McKeeth – WideOrbit
Relevant to: Delphi Prism
Jump into Silverlight development with Delphi Prism. After getting started with Silverlight this session also looks at Moonlight (Silverlight for Linux and the Mac) and some of the things coming in Silverlight 3. Is Silverlight the future of WPF? Will all our applications be vector-based?
Getting Intimate with Your Newly Inherited Database
Rick Iannitelli – Embarcadero
Relevant to: All-Access
Current economic trends provide ample opportunity for firms to either acquire new IT assets or divest themselves of them. Therefore, DBAs will have newly acquired databases dropped in their laps, and asked (better said, told) to understand them and pick up the ongoing support. With the technology stack that Embarcadero provides through All-Access, DBAs can quickly and easily get an understanding of these newly inherited databases. Create visual representation of the database, capture and archive all database objects in order to mitigate the risk with ongoing development of the database, and even go as far as understand the resource utilization of these databases.
Getting Practical with DataSnap: A Hands-on Session with Prizes
Stephen Ball – Embarcadero
Relevant to: Delphi, RAD Studio
In this fast paced session, attendees will be shown how to take and run with this ready-to-use DataSnap based business engine and how it has been built. Step-by-step, you will be shown how to populate it with your own data structures and output information to any client type, including stunning FireMonkey client applications. Along the way, you will see how to use each of the server side state for data management (Session, Invocation, Server) plus a number of language features introduced from D7 up to XE3 within Delphi, and shows how RTTI partnered with FireMonkey Styles can help build dynamic run time generated screens from any object; A Competition! At the end of this session, get the link to the project code, download it and join the competition to build a front end view of data coming out the engine using your favourite C++ / Delphi tools. So what are you waiting for?