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Video: Developing a Database-driven Web Application with Delphi Rio and TMS Web Core

Delphi is the number one tool for developing Desktop applications on and for Windows. There is little opposition to this statement. A couple of years ago, the compiler for 64-Bit Windows was also released. Having the VCL at your mercy and extensive database connectivity included in the product, Delphi is also at the top whenever databases come into the mix.

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Delphi Code Camp: REST APIs with Bernd Ua

Bernd Ua talks about REST APIs in Delphi today. With regard to the numbers, REST seems to have become the Delphi topic that draws major interest. As you can see in the pictures, the room is packed.

Still, as the whole day is being dedicated to this topic,

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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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Convert an object instance into a JSON string and making use of custom attributes

Delphi has become very flexible when it comes to handling JSON data. However, as I had to find out myself today: to get to know about this flexibility is a chore. First of all, the documentation never tells us to look in REST.Json  for all the neat stuff instead of System.JSON .

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