The Delphi Pipe is an RSS feed that combines other RSS feeds from various Delphi blogs.
Many of these are also on Delphi Feeds or begin end and there are probably many interesting feeds that are still missing. If you want to add a feed, please contact me via The Delphi Pipe community on Google+ or post a comment to the announcement on Google+. I promise to do my best to maintain the pipe, but that doesn’t mean that I will respond immediately. Note, that I will include only feeds of pages that are written in English.
Originally, The Delphi Pipe was using Yahoo Pipes, but unfortunately Yahoo has turned off the pipe service, so the original Delphi Pipe no longer works. This new feed uses WP RSS Aggregator.
Here is the current content:
- Experimenting with Neural Networks – Part 3
- New “Delphi Memory Management” book is a hit!
- New in 10.2.1: Debug visualisers for Delphi generics
- Visual Studio Code – getting started – some links
- My Courses on the New Embarcadero Academy
- Embarcadero Academy
- reStructuredText Interpreted Text Roles
- A bit of Kylix history…
- Why I Choose Delphi Summary
- Writing a Simple DSL Compiler with Delphi [5. Framework]
- Mercury13/curl4delphi: A little libcURL binding for Delphi XE2+. Supports “easy” interface only. See wiki for more documentation.
- dzDebugVisualizers for Delphi 2005, 2006 and 2007 2017-09-30
- Writing a Simple DSL Compiler with Delphi [4. Parser]
- InterBase 2017 Update 1 and Delphi
- Experimenting with Neural Networks – Part 2
- CodeRage XII – Nov 7th – 9th – Call for Papers!
- IDE Fix Pack 6.0 released – dcc64 and 10.2 Update 1 support
- Build iOS 11 ready apps with RAD Studio 10.2.1
- Ext JS, Kitto and uniGUI, Oh My!
- How I use Linux to write software for multiple target platforms using Wine, Delphi 7, Lazarus and Delphi Berlin
- Updating IDE Subversion DLLs to address security issues
- Building a Google Drive VCL application using Enterprise Connectors
- Amazon DynamoDB with Delphi
- Looking for more examples of Unicode/Ansi oddities in Delphi 2009+
- Make your Delphi applications pop with Font Awesome!