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  • Birthday 12/30/1979

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    Delphi 10.3 Rio

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  1. Ruslan

    Problem with Logging on to my.embarcadero.com

    It works for me
  2. Ruslan

    Using VMWare: what files remain on host?

    Think VM as a computer, it's not a container (like docker or jail), so if you think of moving the IDE to the VM than you should move the project(s) to othe VM and all the dev tools needed for that project. I did like that. I've created a VM for Delphi development only, put my Delphi projects there and all the dev tools I need for my projects development, configured the git (git+TurtoiseGit+Bitbucket) and a additional a backup method. Every time I want to make some changes to my system (not in development manner), OS upgrade, IDE upgrade/downgrade - I make a full copy of my VM (because I have only a VMWare Player), but if you have a VMWare Workstation you could use the VM snapshot that is much comfortable.
  3. The question is good, an it is hard to answer. First of all you need to define/create the architecture of the cloud model, to specify the services you need and how to interact with each other, to take care of load balancing and resource consumption. When I migrated my desktop app to the cloud the first this I've done is splitting the functionalities of my app, not all but some (btw I use Amazon AWS and Digital Ocean, but not hard to do in in Azure too). Then create a cloud infrastructure model to chose the right cloud service to you app functionality, the best example here is the database and a rest api server. Also need to remember of security. In the end I've came out with a simple desktop application (because some of functionalities are translated to cloud services) the connects to the cloud and is secure, load balanced, and works from anywhere in the world. But, the easier and simple way is: Buy a vps with needed OS Put you application in there And run it
  4. Ruslan

    grid with expandable area below each row?

    I've seen something like that in EhLib
  5. Ruslan

    SslHttpClient Post problem

    Could it be in write permissions? Did you try to run the programm elevated?
  6. Maybe a stupid question but not for me at the moment. Need a way to draw rectangles on a canvas and then to make it possible to resize, move, delete or clone. That is needed to automate some process of segmentation objects (same kind of objects by rectangles with same aspect ratio) on a bunch of images (>100K). For now I can draw rectagles on a TImage canvas wthout any questions. But can't figure out how to select that rectangle with mouse, resize it, scale it and move. Or maybe should I look at shapes?
  7. Ruslan

    Delphi Licensing

    Did you try to run the installer with Run As Administrator? Did you installed on the same recovered drive? If not, do you have access to your old drive where RAD was installed?
  8. Ruslan

    New free firebird tool... (Didn't make it ;) )

    Same thing for me, AV on start
  9. Ruslan

    Modern C++ and Delphi

    If the question is about of language choice, than I would recommend (as I do for my projects): first of all I would prefer python for scientific calculations and operations, but I don't like it because of its script language and I couldn't compile it in a lib/dll/exe, even if I do use it in some projects than, if the choice for scientific calculations and operations was not in favor of python, I would chose C++, it could be used to build DLLs for later use and last but not least, I prefer Delphi for visual/database/networking applications programming, here I can use my DLLs created in C++ What I wanted to say is that you should not stop looking in one direction, there is no just one solution for developing a project, its up to you what to chose, but need to think before and model your project before all.
  10. Ruslan

    [Firebird] What DB to use for a demo

    Don't know if correctly understood the question ... I use IBExpert or DBeaver, they have some kind of demo data generator that can be used.
  11. Ruslan

    GetIt work-around

    So it was not "my" fault because my GetIt couldn't establish a connection for some days
  12. Ruslan

    Looking for beta testers of TFrameStand and TFormStand

    Trying to find Release Notes or Change log. Is there some of this?
  13. Ruslan

    Looking for beta testers of TFrameStand and TFormStand

    Would like to test new features and versions. Do use it in one of my products.
  14. Usualy I use "returning" to get the value of new autoincremented field (Firebird).
  15. I would use variables. Create a variable and place it in a place, then with F.frxReport do begin ... Variables.Variables['my_var'] := my_value; ... end; There is a way to edit textarea's but never used that.
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