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Friday, July 17, 2020Bruno Fierens, CTO of TMS software will be present at EKON 24.
EKON is a Delphi conference with speakers from all over Europe and the USA.
Meet and greet world's leading Delphi experts, thinkers and practitioners. Learn about the new Delphi innovations, Cross platforms, Frameworks, Tools, Web and Cloud technologies and much more!
Among the many Delphi topics brought by various speakers, Bruno Fierens from TMS software will bring following presentations at EKON24
- Communicating with devices from a web applications with Bluetooth
This session explains and shows what modern browsers offer for supporting Bluetooth communication from web applications. It demonstrates how the browser Bluetooth support can be encapsulated in a Pascal class with which connecting to and transferring data to and from Bluetooth devices becomes easy. A sample web application is created with Delphi that can access a Bluetooth sensor device and read its sensor data.
- Leveraging mapping services in Delphi VCL, FMX and web applications
Several mapping services offer not only geographical visualization but also routing, directions, location information and more. Among these services are Google Maps, Openstreet Maps, Bing, Here, MapBox, TomTom, ... Each of these services have specific advantages and disadvantages in terms of features and cost of using the service. With a proper architecture, it is not only possible to switch the mapping service with one line of code but also to combine services from different service providers in a single Delphi VCL,FMX or web application. This way, a calculated direction from Google Maps could be displayed on a map rendered by Openstreet Maps or the different direction calculation results from different providers could be easily compared against each other on a single map. This is demonstrated in the session for multiple platforms, multiple frameworks with a single code-base.
If the current pandemic allows, the conference will be held in Düsseldorf on November 2-4, 2020.
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