Archive<< August 2020 >>
- TMS WEB Core for Visual Studio Code public beta is here!
- Free component to handle ZIP files in a TMS WEB Core application
- Generate QR codes with TMS WEB Core
- Embarcadero Germany webinar about TMS WEB Core
- Adrian Gallero (22)
- Bart Holvoet (5)
- Bernard Roussely (1)
- Bruno Fierens (257)
- Gjalt Vanhouwaert (5)
- Holger Flick (15)
- Marcos Douglas B. Santos (5)
- Masiha Zemarai (47)
- Nancy Lescouhier (32)
- Pieter Scheldeman (33)
- Roman Yankovsky (2)
- Tunde Keller (7)
- Wagner R. Landgraf (66)
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Thursday, August 06, 2020
After a long, intense and exciting development cycle, we have the first public beta of TMS WEB Core for Visual Studio Code ready for you. Now you can discover how you can productively create web client applications with the TMS WEB Core framework fr...
Wednesday, August 05, 2020
Yesterday we introduced TWebQRCode as a free component to be used with TMS WEB Core. If you would like to work with ZIP files in a web application then we have good news for you! We created another free component: TWebZip. TWebZip is a wrapper aroun...
Tuesday, August 04, 2020
TMS WEB Core already has a TWebQRDecoder component to decode QR codes. It's evident that we need something that works the other way around and creates QR codes instead. Meet our new addition to tackle this problem: TWebQRCode. TWebQRCode is a wrappe...
Monday, August 03, 2020
With TMS WEB Core v1.5 Rimini just released, enthusiast German speaking Delphi web developers can learn about TMS WEB Core and in particular about the new features in the latest release v1.5 Rimini in the upcoming webinar organized by Embarcadero Ge...
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Our team has continued to work around the clock to move TMS WEB Core to the next level. And after version v1.4 Ravenna, the next level will be v1.5 Rimini (RIM-in-ee). For those who have followed TMS WEB Core from the beginning at v1.0 Brescia know ...
Friday, July 24, 2020
We prepared something special for your summer weekend or #staycation, a 90 minutes hands-on video about the new TMS FNC Mapping product! Our chief evangelist Dr. Holger Flick guides you step by step using Delphi 10.4 Sydney with FireDAC to deal wi...
Friday, July 17, 2020
Bruno Fierens, CTO of TMS software will be present at EKON 24. EKON is a Delphi conference with speakers from all over Europe and the USA. Meet and greet world's leading Delphi experts, thinkers and practitioners. Learn about the new Delphi inn...
Tuesday, July 07, 2020
As announced a few months ago, we want to make our contribution to the Delphi community and most importantly to the aspiring future Delphi developer and hereby encouraging next generations of enthusiast Delphi developers. In February we announced T...
Thursday, July 02, 2020
TMS ALL-ACCESS is your power toolkit to tackle any software development task today and in the future! Discover our wide range of software development tools and get your books: TMS WEB Core: Web Application Development with Delphi and <a ta...
Wednesday, July 01, 2020
What is FNC? Since day 1, FNC stands for Framework Neutral Components. This means that the components can be used cross-framework and cross-platform. Below is an overview which frameworks and platforms (operating systems/browsers) are supported. TMS...