Blog Archives

5-Minute-Snacks

5-Minute-Snack: Determine all your display dimensions with resolution in Delphi

Back in the day, you did not need to know much about the display that your application has been started on except its dimensions. Forms needed to be resized so they would fit the display nicely. Hardly anybody had multiple displays and resolutions of 4000 pixels were unthinkable. Today, the requirement for applications have changed and multi-display environments with 4K displays have become very common.

Read more ›

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Save or return database query results as JSON

JSON has become the common format to store structured information in text files. Further, web services tend to return JSON these days. XML seems to have lost the battle as it generates too much meta-information nobody needs. In addition, developers hardly need the validation of XML documents which is not possible to implement using JSON.

Read more ›

Tags: , , , ,

5-Minute-Snack: Get Base64 encoding for images in TMS Web Core

Not so long ago, I posted about how to convert an image into a Base64 string. Today, I will show you that using TMS Web Core, this is even easier.

If we look into the source code of TMS Web Core, we find that the custom image control adds a public property called Base64Image of type string.

Read more ›

Tags: , , , , , ,

5-Minute-Snack: Display another form as a pop-up in TMS Web Core

Creating a second form is easy and has been shown in the last post. However, sometimes we might not want to take the other form to take up the whole screen but make it a pop-up window instead.

As it’s an amazing framework from TMS Software (disclaimer: this statement might be biased),

Read more ›

Tags: , , ,

Partnerships




Top