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Monday, March 12, 2018Last week, our team was brainstorming and as usual, lots of interesting and cool ideas come up. Based on these ideas, we have some more exciting technology being worked on now and coming up soon and youll learn about it here shortly. But, from time to time, there are also fun ideas that come up during our brainstorm sessions. One such idea was to check if it wouldnt be possible to port an existing Pascal game to TMS WEB Core and this way, make the game available via our website for playing it directly online. We thought this was not only a good idea but also a perfect validation to see how well our TMS WEB Core performed in enabling Delphi developers to move existing code over to the web. So, our software architect Pieter Scheldeman, also the architect of the cross-framework, cross-platform FNC framework, searched for some open-source Pascal games. One of the games Pieter found was the Tetris game in the Bianco Games collection from Marco Bianchini: https://torry.net/authorsmore.php?id=800
After checking out the source code of the Tetris game a bit, we were amazed that after less than 30 minutes of work by Pieter, the game was already running in the browser!
You can play with the game for yourself here:
Have fun playing the Tetris game without needing to install it on your machine. Were curious and eager to learn if you have more cool challenges to validate our TMS WEB Core technology against.
Get started today: Technical previews of TMS WEB Core, TMS FNC UI web-enabled controls, web-enabled TMS XData, the first parts under the TMS RADical WEB umbrella are exclusively available now for all active TMS-ALL-ACCESS customers.
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