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5-Minute-Snack: Build a Web Service to access Exchange servers

Data access has always been the number one feature that distinguished Delphi from another development environments. Still, in recent years there has been some criticism that Delphi has not kept up. Since the integration of AnyDAC as FireDAC a few years ago, the situation has changed again.

FireDAC is one of the best data-access frameworks and it has become part of Delphi.

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High-school intern shows how to use modern APIs with Delphi in an impressive way

“Delphi is just for old developers…”

Granted, this is a long title, but it needed to catch your attention. Just recently, I had several discussions about the value of Delphi and that only old developers use it. First, it is politically incorrect to refer to someone as ‘old’.

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5-Minute-Snack: Accessing Exchange Mails, Contacts, Calendars and everything else with Delphi Rio

We all remember the days when we used ActiveX to access content from Microsoft products. Then, Delphi allowed us to import TLB files and everything became much easier. Still, you needed to have these tools on your machine as well as the app. Today, I would like to introduce you to the CData Exchange data controls for Delphi.

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Video: Adding user-interaction with drill-down/detail content from a database to a Google Chart web application (3/3)

The video series has taught us how to build a custom web service to deliver data to the web application showing a Google Chart. Displaying information is wonderful, but the chart shows only aggregated values. Any user of the application will have the desire to drill down into the data and not just see the sums and averages.

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