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Video: Creating a database-driven, interactive Google Maps web application with Delphi Rio

Part 2 of the School Data Video Series shows you how to write a web application that offers an interactive Google Map with data that is taken from a database. In order to access the database it uses the REST web service that was built in part 1.

The video shows by giving easy to follow step-by-step instructions:

  • Getting to know the data in the database
  • Build REST queries in the web browser
  • Implement a TMS Web Core application
    • Access the REST web service
    • Request data
    • Add markers to the Google Map component
    • Use a special,

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German CodeRage this week

I just finished recording my two sessions for CodeRage Germany:

Example for a multi-platform Delphi component

  • Cached Updates with FireDAC

Both sessions are in German and I can honestly say that the virtual concept of conferences might never grow on me.

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Component Development: Using asynchronous, non-blocking web requests (I/II)

Just as a general note up front: This blog post will be split into two parts. The first part will focus on using asynchronous requests with the Embarcadero REST library and the second part will cover using asynchronous HTTP requests using the HTTP request class provided with Delphi.

Firstly,

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Return to Delphi!

I couldn’t help myself using this very title to welcome you all back to my new website, due to recent blog posts that caught my eye on DelphiFeeds.com.

Some of you already have noticed that my activity in the community has increased recently. I spent the last couple of weeks setting up a new web page with this very blog.

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