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DevExpress VCL 14.1.4 released: full support for RAD Studio XE7

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If you are a RAD Studio fan, whether your choice of compiler is Delphi or C++Builder, you’ll no doubt already know that Embarcadero released RAD Studio XE7 a week ago. We of course immediately downloaded our copies and made the final changes to DevExpress VCL to support it, ran our tests, and created a build. I am happy to announce that we released DevExpress VCL v14.1.4 early this morning with full support for 32-bit and 64-bit Delphi and C++Builder XE7. If you are an active DevExpress VCL customer, you can download the new version from the
href="https://www.devexpress.com/ClientCenter/DownloadManager/">Download Center right now. You can read all about What’s New in v14.1.4 here, including a list of all the enhancements and bug fixes that were published. ...(Read whole news on source site)

Revisiting AngularJS with TypeScript

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Many of my recent blog posts and presentations have focused on pure JavaScript. I believe TypeScript is an incredibly useful tool, especially when developing heavy client apps with large teams. I don’t use it in most examples so they stay relevant to developers who haven’t adopted it. TypeScript is a strong asset for AngularJS apps. I was recently asked about my Angular app structure using TypeScript, so I developed a small example. In my recent talk about Advanced AngularJS Tips and Tricks, I provided a fairly interactive example using a list of pictures with
a selection. The purpose was to demonstrate the controller as syntax and show that you can accomplish what is needed without depending on explicit watchers. You can browse the source; the controllers, etc. are underneath the “01” subfolders. The first step to developing apps in TypeScript is to pick up any related definition files. I use a repository called definitely typed. There are definitions for most of the common libraries, including Angular. What’s more, you can also install it in your Visual Studio projects using NuGet. After I have the type definitions in...(Read whole news on source site)

SharePointalooza This Weekend

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​This weekend I'll be in Branson, MO, presenting at SharePointalooza, a fun-filled, music-filled SharePoint festival that features great speakers and great live music. I'll be giving my SharePoint Development 101 lecture there. Hope to see you there!www.sharepointalooza.org 
Category: SharePoint 2013; Speaking/Presentation
Published: 9/9/2014 12:24 PM

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