Making the Connection: Programming Devices and Gadgets with RAD Studio
Featuring Jim McKeeth and David Intersimone
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Our modern world is full of programmable and interactive devices. This "RAD in Action" webinar looks at how to take full advantage of them from RAD Studio. Join Embarcadero's Jim McKeeth & David Intersimone and special guests to learn how to use Delphi and C++Builder to work with these devices and gadgets in innovative ways and extend your apps in ways you never may have imagined.
In this webinar, you will learn to create Delphi and C++ apps that run on or interact with:
- Google Glass
- Leap Motion 3D input
- Parrot AR/Drone 2
- Z-Wave Home Automation
- Barcode scanning
- Emotiv EPOC brain computer interface
- And more!
Devices are platforms that can load and execute your program directly, such as an iPhone, Android phone, tablet or even Google Glass. A gadget on the other hand is something your program interacts with, like 3D input, a brain-computer interface, or a flying drone.
Don't miss out on this valuable technical information and inspiration for your app development projects in 2014. If you can't make it to the live webinars, register anyway and you will receive a link to watch the replay and with companion source code samples and resources after the webinar.
Blogs and Articles
Check out these recent blog posts and articles on programming devices and gadgets.
Jim McKeeth shows you his first Delphi app running on Google Glass.
David I pairs his Samsung Bluetooth wireless keyboard to his Glass to do data entry into a Delphi FM form.
On the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, David I blogs about the devices and gadgets that he has.
As the smartphone market continues to mature, some people are already looking ahead to the next big thing. Article from developertech.
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Demo of Delphi Android applications running on Google Glass.
This session from the CodeRage Delphi conference shows you how to query and work with devices and sensors in your applications.
Check out this inspiring keynote presentation on software app development from Embarcadero's David I at ZendCon 2013.