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5-Minute-Snack: Migrating a Delphi XE4 Database Application to Delphi Tokyo… or: from AnyDAC/BDE to FireDAC

Just for the record, the 5 minute mark refers to the time you need to read and understand the content. The actual migration took me 30 minutes. 

Still, it is one of the major things that makes Delphi a very valuable product to me. A customer wanted me to make changes to an application that I wrote during the XE4 days.

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Delphi 10.2 Tokyo Beta Blogging: Editing data in TFDMemTable during design-time

database-155892_640database-155892_640I received permission today to blog about the features of Delphi 10.2 Tokyo.

You might have read a lot of things about Linux support and other compiler-related improvements. As a database application developer I am very excited about this new feature:

 

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5-Minute-Snack: Exporting data using FireDAC

Happy New Year!

A couple of weeks ago I showed how to use FireDAC to import text data into datasets. Furthermore, Local SQL was used to filter and make other changes to the data.

Delphi also offers very simple means to export data from a query or dataset in a file.

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5 Minute Snack: Preparing imported data for visualization, data cleansing

The last snack showed how easy it is to read textual data into a database with Delphi and FireDAC.

However, most of the times we cannot be happy just yet. Creating a good user-experience is our major concern at all times and we want to offer our users easy to read information.

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