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Webinar: A Cross-Platform Development Deep Dive with the TMS FNC Suite of Components


Friday, February 5, 2021

TMS Software Delphi  Components

We look forward to connect with you at the upcoming webinar "A Cross-Platform Development Deep Dive with the TMS FNC Suite of Components" organized by Embarcadero.


Webinar content:

Starting a new project? Are you going to use FireMonkey or VCL? What about targeting the Web with TMS WEB Core? Luckily the Framework Neutral Components (FNC) from TMS Software works with all those frameworks and more. 

Join this live deep-dive session with Dr. Holger Flick, Bruno Fierens and Pieter Scheldeman of TMS Software where the content will focus on your questions with live demos, real-time debugging, and a level of interaction like never before. You won't want to wait for the replay, mark your calendar today!

The TMS FNC Suite gives developers a single UI controls set, a single learning-curve and a single license to have the freedom of choice to develop Delphi or C++Builder, using VCL for Windows, FireMonkey cross-platform applications for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, Web applications with TMS WEB Core, or even Lazarus LCL applications for Windows, macOS, or Linux.

There is so much to tell about TMS FNC components so we kindly invite you to visit our landing pagewhere more information is provided, including online demos, video tutorials and more. Extras videos can be found on the following page: FNC videos

Register today!

Masiha Zemarai


This blog post has received 2 comments.

1. Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 8:30:37 AM

I have attended the webinar, but missed the first part. So far I have not found any links about a replay.

Could you please provide the webinar for download?

Thank you!

Stephan Andratsch

Stephan Andratsch

2. Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 8:44:31 AM

Embarcadero organized and hopefully fully recorded this. We will ask Embarcadero.

Bruno Fierens

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