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The best of DelphiLive was [Video]:

first of all, the complete DelphiLive Conference was a great conference!!! all the sessions was intresting and also we as speakers have a lot of fun to present to such interested customers the knowledge. yes it was a realy perfect sessions. for me also it was good to see again many speakers from ex Borland moved to Embarcadero and to see how much new stuff was created.

See videos part 1 and part 2 from Delphi.org

there was many other cool session, but the best session und stuff was created by Chris Benson and his Team. First of all thanks,thanks,thanks,thanks,thanks,thanks,thanks for this great stuff.

It was showing the technics from Touch applications. The best was adding Touch Gestures to fishfact demo. Moving the records by sliding like iPhone gestures over the picture. That’s Delphi!!! from Version 1 demo to 2009+x with gestures! This is why trust Delphi. You can bring evrytime your old sourcecode to the next version!

I was dream a long time about it. Before Microsoft and Apple was think about it, there are many sides showing really cool stuff anout it. For example this video show what can happens in furture or to generate with gestures and multi touch applications. PRESS THIS LINK
This company work since 2006 on such projects look at this side to get also more. LINK

But now back to the stuff from Chris and his team. In Delphi you get on the objects cool new properties in the Objectinspector to controll basic gestures and also to create gestures how ever you like. i recorded also with my small canon digicam some parts of the session and you see we are not so far away from the future stuff above.

Here are some cutted parts of the complete session (the person presenting this stuff is Chris Benson):

Also many thanks to Massoud and his team (Frank Stepan,…) for the great organization of this Conference.

so let’s dream for the next version and you see what you are missed if you was not on DelphiLive 2009


Daniel Magin

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May 20, 2009 Posted by | Embarcadero (CodeGear) stuff | 6 Comments