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Posts Tagged ‘iOS’

Get Started with iOS Development using RemObject C# | RemObjects Software

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/02/28

Wow, just wow for this teaser:

This page provides a few videos to help you get started with RemObjects C# for iOS development.

and this:

This page provides a few videos to help you get started with RemObjects C# for Android (and Java) development.

It is about Hydrogene, a.k.a. RemObjects C#, which – like Oxygene – also adds a few extensions to the C# language, just like Jolyon speculated december last year.

It wil be in beta tomorrow (:

Summary of tools used for iOS:

Summary of tools used for Android:

Summary of tools used for iOS and Android

I’m gussing here, as the URL is not yet live, but from March 1st (tomorrow!) you should be able to download a beta of Hydrogene/RemObjects C# from http://www.remobjects.com/elements/hydrogene (Just like Oxygene is available from http://www.remobjects.com/elements/oxygene/).

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–jeroen

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Embarcadero SummerSchool 2013 Lesson 4 Q&A

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/07/25

Replay video’s can be viewed through streaming.embarcadero.com (where you can also find the other series, downloads, etc).

The SummerSchool 2013 replay videos are at streaming.embarcadero.com/summerschool2013.

The Q&A from today’s session on “Accessing local storage” demonstrating iOS specifics in Delphi XE4: Read the rest of this entry »

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