Monthly Archives: June 2017

Really Bad Exception Abuse

I was reading Nick Hodges’ Coding in Delphi again last night (insomnia). In chapter 1 on Exception Handling he opens talking about how not to use exceptions. It got me thinking about some of the atrocious exception usage I’ve seen. … Continue reading

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The April 2017 Tokyo Hotfix Works with the new Xcode & iOS

Apple pushed out a new Xcode and iOS this week with WWDC. Naturally I updated and tried it. Xcode version 8.3.3 (8E3004b) and iOS version 10.3.2 (14F89). I’m running 10.2 Tokyo with the April 2017 Hotfix and it all worked as expected. … Continue reading

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Simple Mobile FireDAC App

The DocWiki has a great mobile tutorial on building a mobile To Do app with FireDAC and SQLite. I find I usually build it a little differently though, so I thought I would share my code here. Go ahead and … Continue reading

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