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Hands-on with Delphi book 2 sent to publisher

I have just uploaded the book to my publisher and it will be released next week. Stay tuned for more information about the content on this very blog!

If you are still looking for a Delphi solution to develop web applications, maybe you want to give TMS WEB Core a try?

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Proof-reading my next Delphi book…

Last night, I received the proof print from Amazon of the second book in the Hands-on series that shows practical examples for using Delphi in certain scenario. Again, some of the examples use real-world databases that consist of thousands of records and still perform well without using any magic. Only the power of Delphi will suffice to make it all work.

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TMS Web Core: New features using Google Maps

Using the Google Maps API with TMS Web Core is a cakewalk. Simply drop the TWebGoogleMaps component on a form and the API is integrated and ready to use.

Version 1.3 adds exciting new features to the component to open up the API even more using the Delphi component:

  • Load GPS data from GPX files
  • Add KML layers to the map
  • Add waypoints to routes and get optimized directions
  • Draw geometrical shapes on the map

The following video gives an example for most of the new features.

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VCL Hands-On! Introducing the National Weather Service Web Service demo

In the last few weeks, I explained features of several VCL components using a hands-on example that extracts forecast information for a location in the United States from the National Weather Service API.

Apart from the videos, the full source code is no available for free on GitHub: https://github.com/holgerflick/NationalWeatherServiceExample

I also produced an introductory video for the demo and the video series that is still to be published by TMS early next week.

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