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TMS WEB Core v1.6 released

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Wednesday, January 13, 2021



We're thrilled to bring the quantum leap the pas2js v2.0 compiler brings to TMS WEB Core with the release of TMS WEB Core v1.6 Pesaro today. The new compiler has been in development for quite some time and brings the experience for Object Pascal developers to create web client applications from the Delphi or Lazarus IDE to a new level. Among the major new capabilities of the pas2js compiler are:

  • Generics
  • Attributes
  • Class constructors
  • Resource strings
  • Async procedure decorator
  • Await support
  • JavaScript promises support
  • Resource file support
In a nutshell, this ensures you can bring your modern Object Pascal code to the web as well as take advantage directly from Object Pascal code from modern typical web paradigms such as await & promises for handling asynchronous code.

All active registered users for TMS WEB Core can obtain the update after login on our website under "My Products". Just as our team internally can now start taking advantage of the new compiler features to write new & enhanced framework code, you can apply this to your application level code. The new compiler features will also enable more of other TMS products that were already using generics and attributes for example to become a possible target for porting this to TMS WEB Core.

TMS FNC Products ready for the new TMS WEB Core

Note also that our entire TMS FNC components portfolio has already been prepared for compatibility with TMS WEB Core v1.6. The amazing array of cross-framework, cross-platform components from TMS FNC UI Pack, TMS FNC Chart, TMS FNC Cloud Pack, TMS FNC Maps, TMS FNC Blox, TMS FNC Dashboard Pack is ready for use in your web client applications now.

Coming soon to Visual Studio Code

As the same compiler and exactly the same framework code is used in TMS WEB Core for Visual Studio Code, you can expect shortly the release of TMS WEB Core for Visual Studio Code v1.2 that will bring all these enhancements to the Visual Studio Code IDE running directly on Windows, macOS or Linux.

It doesn't end here, it just continues

With the new TMS WEB Core release, the path is now also open to start introducing new functionality and features at framework level. Our team has been very busy in parallel to develop new extensions to the framework, so, be assured that TMS WEB Core v1.7 is already in the pipeline. More about what is cooking in the labs for v1.7 will be detailed in the coming weeks.

Get started now

If you didn't get your feet wet already with RAD component based Object Pascal based web client development, now is the time to enter this fast moving & fascinating world. The sheer amount of new possibilities and territories is staggering. You cannot only develop no-deployment cross platform rich web client applications, but also offline usable and installable PWA's for use on mobile devices bypassing Apple or Google stores. Or you can use the Electron framework to create cross-platform desktop applications for Windows, macOS and Linux with a modern and fresh looking HTML/Web based GUI. And know that we have even more and exciting alternative targets for TMS WEB Core web client applications in the making!

Learn here about the new generics support:



Get the TMS WEB Core v1.6 trial or use TMS WEB Core v1.6 as part of the TMS ALL-ACCESS subscription, the no-nonsense subscription to our entire product portfolio coupled with priority technical support services.

These are exciting times for Delphi, Lazarus or Object Pascal developers in general!



Bruno Fierens


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1. Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 10:46:55 AM

That is brilliant!
Thanks for delivering us such nice framework

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