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Thursday, December 20, 2018
After a stunning start in Brescia on July 25, 2018 with the TMS WEB Core v1.0 release, we've reached the 2nd stage along our Mille Miglia track: Verona. As explained, to visualize the roadmap of TMS WEB Core, we use the historic 1955 Mille Miglia race and each subsequent versions of TMS WEB Core will be named after cities along the Mille Miglia. So, our new major TMS WEB Core v1.1 release is named Verona and it is full of exciting new capabilities:
- Progressive Web Application (PWA) support
A new project type with all necessary settings & preconfigured needed files is available to let you start building progressive web applications out of the box.
- Google Charts
Google Charts can now be used via an easy to use Pascal component offering most of the Google Chart types and features.
- Google and Facebook signin
Using Google or Facebook to offer signin for your web applications is as easy as dropping a component on the form.
- Autocompletion control
As there is no native editable combobox in a browser, we've created an editable combobox with autocompletion/filtering while typing.
- Google ReCaptcha v3.0 support
The next generation Google Captcha functionality wrapped in a Pascal component.
- Accelerator keys support
For heavy keyboard users, you can now use accelerator keys for buttons, labels just like you do now in VCL applications.
- Beta support for Lazarus
Beta-level Lazarus IDE integration is included now.
- PayPal payment support
Also here, a RAD component based way to make integrating payment processing from your web application really easy.
- Desktop browser bridge
Send and receive commands/data between a TMS WEB Core web client and a desktop application hosting the browser that runs the TMS WEB Core client application.
- Enhancements for TWebClientDataSet and DB-aware controls
Several enhancements make it even easier to connect DB-aware controls to a dataset.
- IDE breakpoint forwarding
Set a breakpoint in the Delphi IDE and when your web application is compiled in debug mode, this will automatically result in a breakpoint when the web application is running in the browser
- Many smaller improvements & fixes
Many small enhancements and new functions to make the life easier for web client application development are included, too many to name here.
TMS WEB Core v1.1 Verona is available from today for all TMS ALL-ACCESS users. Users with a separate TMS WEB Core registration also receive the new version v1.1 free.
Meanwhile, the XMas holidays are near and this will give our team a well-deserved break from all the hard work that went into this new release but at the same time also the time to do some more experimental work and research for future key new features. Also 2019 promises to be an exciting year for TMS WEB Core with Vicenza, Padua and Ferrara releases coming.
Meanwhile, you can go ahead and explore the new & exciting territories of web client development that become available for Delphi developers with TMS WEB Core! You can download the trial version that is generally available, go ahead with the standalone version you purchased or with TMS WEB Core and additional tools that are all included in TMS ALL-ACCESS. Our team looks forward to all your comments, feedback, feature-requests to help steering the development of TMS WEB Core to the next stages!
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