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  1. I want to use Google Cloud logging from Delphi. From https://cloud.google.com/apis/docs/client-libraries-explained While you can use Google Cloud APIs by making direct HTTP requests to the server (or RPC calls where available), we provide client library code for all our Cloud APIs that makes it easier to access them from your favorite languages Of course Delphi is not represented. Any hints on how I can use cloud for logging? It also mention that https://www.fluentd.org can be used from any language. But I still want samples how to use all this in practice. Any help appreciated!
  2. For the Google Cloud database Firebase, there was no complete library for Delphi. The new open source library FB4D closes this gap and supports the Firebase Realtime DB, the new Firestore DB, the Firebase Storage (for file storage) and Firebase Functions (for calling server functions). For authentication, FB4D currently supports email/password authentication and anonymous login. The library builds on the Firebase REST-API and provides all functionality with synchronous and asynchronous methods for the usage within GUI application, services and background threads. Both frameworks VCL and Firemonkey since Delphi 10 Seattle are supported. The library is a pure source code library and relies on class interfaces. https://github.com/SchneiderInfosystems/FB4D The library offers a wiki. Two example applications and a Getting-Started on the wiki will help you to start working with the library.
  3. Hello everyone, A few hours ago, Google sent us a warning e-mail saying that HelpNDoc's installer was tagged as a "Harmful Download". Google chrome (and Firefox) now blocks the download page: https://www.helpndoc.com/download Obviously, the software is signed using a valid paid certificate, and considered safe according to: Virus Total (recommended by Google in this case): https://www.virustotal.com/#/url/9c7132772f4e9fc4d71af6f41ab8af80421918be083e8bdf4228b5a28239cafc/detection Kaspersky: https://whitelisting.kaspersky.com/advisor#search/5a60464c1de8a3792146dfdfb06cdcbd We have requested a review from Google but a few hours later, we received a "Review failed" e-mail. It looks like we are not the only ones based on the posts on the official Google webmaster forum: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/webmasters I see that the Delphi shop "greatis" seems to have the same problem (we do not use any of their component) but that makes me think that some other Delphi application might be targeted: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/webmasters/CThwZ6Oq9Ck;context-place=forum/webmasters Did you receive similar security issue from Google ? Best regards, John, HelpNDoc team.