Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Version 4.3 released

Hi folks,

We have just released version 4.3 of the libraries.
There are also new versions of OpenWire and IGDIPlus released.
InstrumentLab is now available in Visual C++ and .NET versions.


Saturday, September 26, 2009

False virus warning when installing Version 4.2 P4 or 4.3

Dear customers,

If you have existing installation of 4.0.1 on your system, please delete the LabPacks directory before doing the 4.2 P4 or 4.3 install.
If you don't do that you may get false virus warnings from some anti-virus applications.
They will detect the virus in the old executables that are in about to be overwritten with clecn version by the installer.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.

With best regards,
Boian Mitov

Sunday, September 13, 2009

TBitmap Debug Visualizer for Delphi and C++ Builder 2010

Hi folks,

Over the weekend I have created a set of debug visualizers for SignalLab, AudioLab, and VideoLab buffers, and I also created a TBitmap debug visualizer.
The TBitmap visualizer is posted as open source at .
I plan to expand it so it can handle not only TBitmap, but also TIcon, TImage, TImageList etc.

I hope to have updates soon.


Saturday, September 12, 2009

CodeRage 4 is over

Hi folks,

CodeRage 4 is over, and the session replays are now available at:

I have also posted the source code of the sessions on :

I hope you will enjoy watching the replays, and using the code.


Monday, September 07, 2009

Join CodeRage 4 for free and see our sessions!

Hi folks,

The CodeRage 4 is here, and it is free.

This time I have 4 sessions and I hope you will enjoy them.

There will be 2 sessions showcasing some of our products, and some of their more advanced and exciting features.
You will see how the libraries can be combined to empower each other, how you can add InstrumentLab components directly in the video, or how you can add video in the InstrumentLab, or PlotLab components.
You will learn how you can create composite instruments, or scope components and much more.

There will be also session on developing OpenWire components, and another one showing how to write Artificial Intelligence in Delphi.

I hope you will enjoy the sessions.