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ID: 29471, Adding iOS Sensor Support to your Mobile Application

by David Intersimone Email: Anonymous


Delphi XE4 introduces new support for enhancing your applications using the sensors and components available for iOS. This session will introduce you to the platform services and device services frameworks.
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June 18, 12noon - Adding iOS Sensor Support to your Mobile Application – Anders Ohlsson, Embarcadero Technologies

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Delphi XE4 introduces new support for enhancing your applications using the sensors and components available for iOS. This session will introduce you to the platform services and device services frameworks. You will also learn you how to use the TLocationSensor, TMotionSensor, TOrientationSensor and the TWebBrowser components in your mobile applications. Hint #1 – you can also use the Location, Motion and Orientation sensors in your Windows and Mac applications if your hardware provides these interfaces (Samsung Slate Series 7 for example and Mac OSX location support). Hint #2 - while there is not a TWebBrowser component for Windows and Mac (“yet”), this session will show you how to use ShellExecute and System calls for Windows and Mac specific browser integration.

Filename: 2013-06-18-1200-AndersOhlsson-Sensors.mp4
Duration: 33 minutes and 51 seconds
Size: 216mb
Resolution: 1280x1024
Format: MP4
Watch on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nK8Bik4lxlM

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