One of our many commitments for 2017: more product demonstration videos


Thursday, February 02, 2017

We already provide help and documentation in several ways: PDF developer guides for most complex components, a page with component specific tips and FAQ, a monthly knowledge base alert, ... . our TMS Support Forum with almost 10.000 forum members also offers a big help to many users. And of course our first-class support directly from our developers here at the office.

But we listened to your feedback and it was clear that many of you also wanted in addition to this videos explaining the products and offering step by step demos. So, we made it an action point and commitment for 2017 to significantly increase our offerings in videos.

With our video's we would like to show you step by step what great features our components are offering without the need to install trial versions or spend a lot of time reading through all our documentation. No hassle, just 1 click on the video and you can see our components in action, be it in VCL applications, cross-platform FMX applications, Cloud, Intraweb, ...

To show our commitment, here are already the first 3 videos we created this year in January and more will be following shortly:

Video 1 about how you can effortlessly generate pdf files from a VCL DB grid.

Video 2 about how you can use the mycloudData service which is a cloud service for structured cloud storage for data.

Video 3 about responsive design in VCL applications with the TDBAdvResponsiveList.

So we kindly invite you to get subscribed to our YouTube channel tmssoftwareTV and of course we wish you much fun in exploring our components and their possibilities!

More videos are coming in the near future.

Nancy Lescouhier


This blog post has received 3 comments.

1. Friday, February 03, 2017 at 6:18:49 AM

Videos are always welcome! I find that they are quicker than having to read the manual.

Wilfred Oluoch

2. Friday, February 03, 2017 at 10:17:44 AM

Great idea !
getting an impression of a product and its power by watching a short video is indeed more productiv than testing and searching in manuals and samples for hours.
Really fine - keep it up !

Feichtenschlager Thomas

3. Friday, February 03, 2017 at 10:40:19 AM

Thank you Thomas!

Nancy Lescouhier

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