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Delphi projects out of this world

Last week, I noticed a post on Facebook that immediately triggered my interest: Dave Akerman posted that one of his Delphi projects was used to manufacture the parachute for the Mars Rover Perseverance which just landed on Mars.

As a resident of Florida, home of the space coast that launched Apollo 11 in 1969,

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Video: Building a Delphi component to access the Fitbit Web API

In the last blog post, I introduced a class to access the Fitbit Web API. This Web API connects to your personal health monitoring devices and can be easily digested using Delphi classes. Be sure to watch it, in case you missed it!

However, Delphi is all about Rapid Application Develpment = RAD!

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Video: Accessing the Fitbit Web API with Delphi using OAuth

REST services can easily be accessed with Embarcadero Delphi. Contrary to a popular misconception, both the Delphi language and the bundled frameworks have been updated to be ready for today’s programming challenges.

Fitbit devices are rather commonly used when people work out to monitor their heart rate and other vital stats.

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Updating FNC Maps book examples to support Apple MapKit

When I released the second “Hands on with Delphi” book about TMS FNC Maps, the framework did not support Apple MapKit. This has changed with the introduction of version 1.2 which was announced yesterday.

In the book, you develop an application to store API keys for multiple mapping providers that is used by a lot of the examples.

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