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MAGAZINE
The new UK 52 is published

Generics explained / Part 1
By Detlef Overbeek
Turbo Cocoa for Delphi and Android
By Vsevolod Leonov
Tms FNC User Interface Controls,
A set of Framework Neutral Controls,
Introduction
By Bruno Fierens
Humor By Kim Madsen
Softdraw
By David Dirkse
How to Build an App In Xml with Firemonkey
included Style Sheetoverview
By Detlef Overbeek
How to deal with Big Numbers
By Max Kleiner

Content:
In Memoriam Frans Doove

Debugging memory usage with kbmmw
by Kim Madsen
Native ux for mobile applications
with Delphi and Turbococoa
free for all Blaise - readers
by Vsevolod Leonov
Lazarus 1.6 installation and settings
for windows-cross-compiling
by Heiko Rompel
Globe rotation, create your own rotating logo
by David Dirkse
drag and drop part 3: the final solution
including a component.
by Michael van Canneyt
Grab it wherever & drop it on whatever


Nr 50 coverODE TO GRAVITY WAVE: ALBERT EINSTEIN

Content
Overview Delphi to Delphi / Charles Babbage
Inventor if the first computer
tms software is revolutionizing the future of Pascal: Framework Neutral Components
by Bruno Fierens
Painting a “gravity grid”
by David Dirkse
Encrypting passwords
by Peter van der Sman
Inifiles are still very useful
by Vincent Overbeek
Drag and drop for application to application
for Delphi
by Michael van Canneyt
Delphi and Gis
(geographic information system) applications

by Danny van Hoorn

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Blaie 49 CoverOverview delphi to delphi / blaise pascal
(history)
Drag and drop explained for you for lazarus and delphi
By michael van canneyt
The tms lcl hw pack for raspberry pi open-source package
By bruno fierens
Tframestand version 1.1 released: what's new!
By andrea magni
The queens puzzle programming description
By david dirkse
Internet of things with esp8266 and visuino
By boian mitov

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PREVIEW ON THE ARTICLES
OF ISSUE 52
GENERICS EXPLAINED / Part 1
INTRODUCTION
In this series of articles we want to explain what Generics is and what you can do with it.
We will give you diagrams, overviews, simple examples and more complex examples. This all because Generics is a very important technique and can make designs easier better and: faster.

TURBO COCOA FOR DELPHI AND ANDROID
Previously, we've considered how TurboCocoa - as an additional tool for Delphi 10.1 Berlin - can be used for creating true-native app’s for iOS.
In addition, we've discussed why native controls and native app architecture are important.
Now we'll show, how to make platform oriented applications for Android with Delphi.
Delphi developers since XE2 have many options in project types when developing applications from the viewpoint of platforms. In the world of mobile app development the choice is between multi-device projects on the base of the same codebase, including UI forms, and platform-specific projects with the help of TurboCocoa and Delphi.
The mechanism of the last approach is simple:
one uses Android Studio as a native development tool for designing UI, and then use the design only in Delphi project with full power of modern Object Pascal and non-visual components, including data access ones, and any of business logic and algorithmic code

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