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Archive for January 7th, 2020

Mads Kristensen on Twitter: “Visual Studio Tip: A blue dot in the margin indicates a switch of threads while stepping through debugging. #vstip… “

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/01/07

[WayBack] Mads Kristensen on Twitter: “Visual Studio Tip: A blue dot in the margin indicates a switch of threads while stepping through debugging. #vstip… “

–jeroen

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Use PiServer to easily set up a network of client Raspberry Pi clients connected to a single x86-based server via Ethernet.

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/01/07

On my list of things to try:

PiServer is our new piece of software that makes it easy to create a network of Pis you can centrally control — ideal for your computing classroom or club!

Source: [WayBack] The Raspberry Pi PiServer tool – Raspberry Pi

Via: [WayBack] Use PiServer to easily set up a network of client Raspberry Pis connected to a single x86-based server via Ethernet. With PiServer, you don’t need SD card… – Raspberry Pi – Google+

–jeroen

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VCL FadingEffect by Paul Toth at GitHub

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/01/07

In case I ever need a fading effect between 2 panels on one form, there is some code that will get me started.

I’d probably code it in a different design (without a global variable), but it works so can be a good source of ideas.

Source: Delphi/FadingEffect at master · tothpaul/Delphi · GitHub

Via: [WayBack] VCL Tiny demo of a Fading effect for Delphi Tokyo  – Paul TOTH – Google+

–jeroen

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