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Simplifying Full-Stack Development with our newest solution!


Tuesday, March 19, 2024

Creating full-stack applications is always a struggle. The amount of work required to set up a server, REST API, and implement everything securely is enormous. At TMS Software, we have thought a lot about these issues and how we can address them, making your life easier.

After a year and a half of hard work, combining years of experience, we can now proudly present our solution:

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Stellar DataStore is our fast and easy solution to let your application use a backend as a service. Using the power of our REST API, you can easily fetch and manipulate data in the cloud. even enables you to set up a whole database with only a few API calls. We handle everything a backend might need, from data storage and manipulation to security and privacy. There is no need anymore for hosting servers or implementing new security measures. Stellar DataStore will handle this for you, leaving more room for implementing the things you want.

TMS WEB Core & FNC Cloud Pack

To make integration even easier, we provide extra components for TMS WEB Core and TMS FNC Cloud Pack. In the spirit of low-code RAD component based development, these components will make setup even faster.  You will only need to provide a few settings to get you up and running, no endpoints to learn or HTTPs requests to make yourself.

 You can read more about these components here:

Or use our Start Guide and set everything up manual in every framework or language to you want.

Closed Beta

Sign up here to get a chance to enter the closed beta and get a head start developing full-stack applications. We will invite people at regular intervals to the Closed Beta. When you are eligible to join, you will receive an invitation through e-mail with you credentials.

Ready to learn more?

Later today, Mar 19 at 3PM UTC / 5PM CET, we have our launch webinar planned to showcase our service and teach you how to use our components to their fullest potential. 

Sign up now and get a chance to ask any questions related to the service.

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This blog post has received 15 comments.

1. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 10:30:40 AM

Not sure this is a right move from tms software, 1 year and half of work? instead of just getting tms web core better, like having a good dbgrid with decent filters and better speed without the need of using external javascript dbgrids.

Morango Jose

2. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 10:54:44 AM

There are plenty of JavaScript data grids that have been around for longer than TMS WEB Core has been around, and that work absolutely great with TMS WEB Core today. No reason to avoid using them if their feature set is a better match for your needs. I think this is a great move for TMS, making it super-easy for existing customers to add powerful capabilities to their projects, while also attracting new customers, showcasing what their tools are truly capable of.

Andrew Simard

3. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 11:29:25 AM

It is not the goal of Web Core to give to Delphi developers the same rad way of doing things for the web? If so why should we use javascript libs? I we need to make a lot of css and javascript and html coding why should use such a tool and pay for it instead of using all the free web frameworks out there? Dbgrids are a central component in all business software and that''s the one component all the tms webcore suite that lacks features needed for a full convertion of VCL to WEB platform for non html and javascripts developers.

Morango Jose

4. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 11:46:06 AM

It sure is, and I have no doubt that they have folks working away on improving all aspects of TMS WEB Core, including their grid components and the FNC grid components as well, which also work with TMS WEB Core.

But TMS WEB Core is a tool that opens the gateway to MANY other JavaScript libraries and components for all kinds of things, so I would not want to rule those out. It would be like trying to write Delphi VCL apps with only the built-in components. Only here, with TMS WEB Core, you have 1000x more JavaScript libraries that you can immediately use (quite often for free), compared to comparable third-party VCL components.

You could say the same about their datepicker controls, or any number of other components delivered with TMS WEB Core. They''re all great, but they''re also only one option, with plenty of other options available. Internally, some of them already use these other JavaScript libraries anyway (like the image sliders for example) so no reason to not include JavaScript libraries in your projects.

It''s the same with CSS, JavaScript, and HTML in TMS WEB Core projects generally. You can certainly choose to avoid interacting with those in your projects, but over time, particularly if your project is only web-based, there are a lot more capabilities that you can add to your projects.I like to think of TMS WEB Core as kind of a project conductor, bringing in plenty of Delphi and Pascal code and infrastructure to a project, like Forms and so on, while also being able to call on CSS/JS/HTML to help out as well. It is this structure I think that helps set TMS WEB Core in a class by itself compared to other options for this kind of thing.

Andrew Simard

5. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 11:56:48 AM

Curious where business logic has its place in this model. Willl watch the webinar to find out what has to offer.

Suer Martin

6. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 12:02:33 PM

This sounds very interesting.

Randall Ken

7. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 12:07:35 PM

Having taken a look, for me, the restriction on the number of tables/fields is a killer, even in the Pro version. Will be interesting to see what price this is going to be and what its performance will be like compared to a dedicated server.

Randall Ken

8. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 1:33:54 PM

I fully agree with what Morango Jose expressed.
I''m also desperately waiting for a decent DBgrid.
Decent means it has to be DB (data management in dataset), which has filters and searches, groupings and totals.
And above all, decent inline editing. And obviously be fast with a lot of records.
If I have to use a powerful grid written in Javascript, and which IS NOT DB, what is the advantage in using Delphi and not directly Javascript?
Just because it can use powerful external JS libraries, doesn''t mean it shouldn''t have real power in TMS WebCore''s proprietary grids with all the benefits of writing 90% Delphi code.
And in my projects the DBgrids are fundamental, they are the fulcrum of the entire logic.
If you don''t have a real need for powerful grids (such as powerful lookups or powerful listviews) you definitely don''t produce management, accounting, or commercial applications, but simple websites.

Stefano Monterisi

9. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 1:37:32 PM

Devextreme DataGrid does all of that and far more.

Randall Ken

10. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 2:39:25 PM

Rendall are you talking about Devextreme Javascript components? If so It still javascript to deal with, also it''s not free.

Morango Jose

11. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 2:54:51 PM

Yes I am. You get what you pay for!

Randall Ken

12. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 4:58:14 PM

Hi Randall, It''s certainly not a question of money.
I''ve been using Devexpress in VCL since the first release (as well as TMS, Infopower, etc). And now on the Web I want to use DBware logic for compatibility and easier code portability. And TMS Web Core allows you to do this very well on the client side.
I already have a bunch of code that works with complex calculations based on datasets that I can copy/paste in a minute. How do I interface it with DevExtreme?
So should I recommend a competitive web product to get a powerful product that works, or should I promote TMS and its power in manage client-side DB components?
Furthermore, if you don''t want to manage Db components and using Json and external components should be an option, not a necessity.
We confidently wait for a better grid, or hope that TMS will at least create wrappers between datasets and the most famous JS grids/components.

Stefano Monterisi

13. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 6:24:30 PM

Me too. The power of Web Core for me is that it allows you to use whatever components you want. I am currently converting a VCL DevEx 200 screen application to Web Core using only DevExtreme components and it''s going very well.

Randall Ken

14. Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at 7:00:59 PM

This new offer sounds quite interesting to me. Although the restrictions on tables and fields seem much too strong for the moment: most solutions use more than 5 (or 10) tables, and any decent table has mostly more than 10 fields ... It would lead me to the ultimate version ...

I couldn''t participate to the webinar today, so 3 questions:
* how does TMS/Stellar guarantee security in the cloud (are you using a big player where the db''s are stored?) - if so, which none?
* what about other components (such as the iOS en MacOS offers from TMS, and standard VCL for W11)
* where can I review the webinar including Q&A ?

Sebastiaan Eshuis

15. Wednesday, March 27, 2024 at 2:44:07 AM

The limitation of tables 5, 10, or 50 is my biggest concern regarding the platform. Any mid-sized project can easily exceed the 50-table limit.

Rocha Antonio

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