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Overview
Symposia
2008
Jan Feb Mar Apr
May June July Aug
Sep Oct Nov Dec
 
2007
Jan Feb Mar Apr
May June July Aug
Sep Oct Nov Dec
 

Perth Meetings

2013

May

Review of data entry systems created by Scott Hollows using Delphi.

2013

This page not updated for most meetings

February 2013

Hands on Rad Studio XE3 workshop. FireMonkey FM2, Visual LiveBindings, Windows 8, Metropolis UI

2012

This page not updated for most meetings

November 2012

Datasnap presentation by Peter Wolfgram part II

October 2012

Datasnap presentation by Peter Wolfgram part I

2009 - 2012

Regular monthly meetings, but did not update this web page.

2008

April 2008

Dave Dushant discusses Help Writer, the help authoring tool he uses to create Delphi help files

March 2008

Peter Wolfgram will present the major application he has been developing. This will review, amongst other code, the previously shown form inheritance scheme within a "real" application.

February 2008

Peter Sanders will present the RTC SDK for Delphi. This is the Real Thin Client sdk that allows easy creation of Internet applications, clients and servers. Click on the image to go to the Real Thin Client web site.

This is a great package at its original selling price, it is now available for FREE under a BSD license scheme. Paid support is available as well as a user forum.

rtc

January 2008

This month Les Fox will discuss a productthat will help you monitor your Delphi project using an organisational or flowchart like application called MindManager.

Peter Sanders will present another application that will enable you to enhance the visual appearance of your Delphi applications with the use of Axialis Icon creation software. For more information about this fantastic icon software go to the Axialis web site

2007

December 2007

The attendeed enjoyed a lively and socially interactive discussion on many aspects of Delphi and coding methods. Several future topics were resolved for the next few months

November 2007

Peter Wolfgram showed the code for and how he uses form inheritance.

October 2007

Peter Sanders presented classes. Discussing why they are so useful and how easy they are to create

September 2007

Les Fox and SQL

We were presented with some additional SQL information.Les Fox presented SQL Triggers and procedures.

August 2007

Les Fox and SQL

We were presented with some very useful and practical SQL information. An introduction to new users of SQL and a refresher to those that have already used SQL.

July 2007

Peter Sanders demonstrated ModelMakers Code Explorer.

The great application developers tool, ModelMakers Code Explorer was shown. This is a terrific enhancement to the developer, enabling the much more efficient and faster creation and editing of all class/type field, properties and methods etc.

There are many more benefits to using this tool. More information can be obtained here...
www.modelmakertools.com

 

June 2007

Peter Maddin showed us the use of Regular expressions.

Regular Expressions are a widely-used method of specifying patterns of text to search for. Special metacharacters allow You to specify, for instance, that a particular string You are looking for occurs at the beginning or end of a line, or contains n recurrences of a certain character.

Regular expressions look ugly for novices, but really they are a very simple (well, usually simple ), handy and powerful tool.

There are a few Regular Expression modules for Win32 Delphi, but most of them are commercial and can be expensive.

Fortunately there is one that is freeware -TRegExpr.

This is a very simple regular expression library is written by Andrey V. Sorokin from Saint Petersburg, Russia. While it may lack some the more sophisticated features of the commercial alternatives, it will probably meet most of your requirements.

TRegExpr can be downloaded from http://www.regexpstudio.com/TRegExpr/TRegExpr.html

Its not an installable component but a unit you just add to your project. It is very simple and straight forward to use. The only tricky thing is the syntax of regular expressions themselves.

Download the presentation PPT and source code

May 2007

Peter Sanders presented a demonstration including some videos of the Real Thin Client component suite.

The videos shown are available on the RTC site.

March 2007

Book review by Peter Sanders
Object Oriented software Analysis and Design
Authors: McLaughlin, Pollice & West
Publisher: O’Reilly

Regardless of ECO many people are still using Win32 and designing databases the hard way, why not take all the hard work out of it with a tool that can provide the full cycle of database schema design and maintenance, including: creating of tables, relations views and stored procedures; drawing sophisticated and professional looking diagrams; maintaining the history of changes made to the database schema objects

Peter Wolfgram uses the Context Database Designer and will demo it at the meeting.

February 2007

Peter Sanders presents the LATEST release of EUREKALOG.

This has to be the ultimate bug trapping software on the market today!

I has too many features to list here. You can have a look on the EurekaLog web site for more information and download a 30 day trial version to test with your own software (Prepare to be amazed).

Come along to see how THIS software enables YOUR customers to help YOU debug your software.

January 2007

The January meeting was presented by Matthias Burbach.

The presentation is on making components / classes DATA AWARE.

This was a very interseting presentation - many members came along and found out just how it was done.

 

2005 - 2006

Yes, we held our meetings every month in 2006 - 2007 but did not update this web page.

2004

November 2004

INNO Setup

Peter Maddin's presentation on the free installer software INNO Setup.
Peter's presentation was very thorough and he has supplied the Powerpoint, code and the samples that were used during the presentation.