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Thursday, April 16, 2020

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Now that we are at home, we should make the most of our free time! Here is a list of educational books about TMS components.

  1. Introducing Delphi ORM: Object Relational Mapping Using TMS Aurelius
    John Kouraklis has written yet another great book about Delphi: Introducing Delphi ORM: Object Relational Mapping Using TMS Aurelius.
    It's good news that more and more learning material about TMS Aurelius is being made available to the community.

    With this book you will learn:
    • Gain the fundamentals of ORM frameworks and Aurelius for Delphi
    • Achieve basic tasks, such as connecting to the database and adding, deleting, and updating records, using Aurelius
    • Employ advanced database queries
    • Use the TAureliusDataSet component
    • Integrate with mobile platforms such as Android and iOS
    • Work with the data modeler application

  2. TMS WEB Core: Web Application Development with Delphi

    The content is suitable for both beginners and advanced developers interested in creating web applications with TMS WEB Core.

    • Detailed description of the basics, the functionality, and the transpiler (based on pas2js)
    • Step-by-step creation of the first web application
    • Progressive Web Applications (PWA) for offline use
    • Electron applications: Cross-platform Desktop applications based on web applications
    • Integration of JavaScript classes and controls
    • Creating web services for databases with TMS XData
    • Integration of databases with TDataset controls
    • XData-specific functionality for use in web applications
    • Responsive web design (form designer, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap)
    • The final chapter provides a comprehensive and practical example of server and web application with Google Maps and Google Charts

    Knowledge of Delphi (Object Pascal) and the Visual Component Library (VCL) is required. To reproduce the numerous examples, you need a current version of Delphi and TMS WEB Core. The free Delphi Community Edition is sufficient as well as the trial version of TMS WEB Core.

  3. TMS WEB Core: Webanwendungen mit Delphi entwickeln (German Edition)

    Vorausgesetzt werden Kenntnisse in Delphi (Object Pascal) und der Visuellen Komponenten Bibliothek (VCL). Zum Reproduzieren der zahlreichen Beispiele benötigen Sie eine aktuelle Version von Delphi und TMS WEB Core. Die kostenfreie Delphi Community-Edition ist ausreichend sowie die Testversion von TMS WEB Core.

    Die Inhalte:
    • Ausführliche Beschreibung der Grundlagen, der Funktionsweise und des Transpilers (basierend auf pas2js)
    • Schrittweise Erstellung der ersten Webanwendung
    • Progressive Web Applications (PWA) zur Offline-Nutzung
    • Electron Anwendungen: Plattformübergreifende Desktopanwendungen basierend auf Webanwendungen
    • Einbinden von JavaScript und JavaScript-Komponenten
    • Erstellen von Webservices für Datenbanken mit TMS XData
    • Einbinden von Datenbanken mit TDataset-Komponenten
    • XData-spezifische Funktionalität bei der Nutzung in Webanwendungen
    • Responsives Webdesign (Formulardesigner, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap)
    • Abschließendes Kapitel mit umfassendem und praxisnahem Beispiel mit Server- und Webanwendung mit Google Maps und Google Charts

What's next:

If this crisis allows us, our next planned book will also be TMS WEB Core related! In addition, we also listen to you! Indicate in the comments section below, what the subject of our next book should be!

Hopefully we meet in a Delphi meeting/ conference very soon! Till then stay connected with use via email, forum, blogs and of course our social media!

Stay safe and healthy!

Masiha Zemarai


This blog post has received 5 comments.

1. Thursday, April 16, 2020 at 9:02:55 PM

Today I received the English version of the TMS Web Core book from Amazon. Looking forward reading it and become familiar with an exciting piece of software.
I wonder when version 1.4 will be released, as this version will have support for Visual Studio Code.

Hennekens Stephan

2. Thursday, April 16, 2020 at 9:06:36 PM

We are working extremely hard on v1.4. We are really keen on rolling this out in Q2.

Bruno Fierens

3. Thursday, April 16, 2020 at 9:39:48 PM


Hennekens Stephan

4. Friday, April 17, 2020 at 9:08:57 AM

Will this be available in Kindle format soon?
With the lockdown we cannot import anything.

Johan Swart

5. Friday, April 17, 2020 at 1:51:56 PM

The TMS Aurelius book is available in Kindle format

Bruno Fierens

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