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TMS Analytics joins TMS Academic family


Friday, December 17, 2021

TMS Software Delphi  Components

From today, the academic edition of TMS Analytics for the Delphi Community Edition is available free. 
Perhaps this is our product that suits and targets students & teachers best and finally it is available now as a free edition for students & teachers.

TMS Analytics helps students by providing a library to easily evaluate mathematical expressions, calculate symbolic derivatives & integration, solving non linear equations, approximation function calculation and more...
This library is fully cross-platform, so it can be used in VCL Windows applications as well as FireMonkey applications for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android & iOS.

We encourage and hope that students will discover & learn to appreciate Delphi even more when having TMS Analytics in their arsenal of tools. 

Note also that with the recent latest release v3.2, we facilitated easy rendering of mathematical functions on TMS FNC Chart with virtually no code. The packages & full source code for this bridge to TMS FNC Chart is included also in the academic version of TMS Analytics.

While you are visiting our academic offerings, check also following products available free for students & teachers:

TMS VCL UI Pack: extensive UI controls library for VCL Windows applications

TMS WEB Core: Object Pascal RAD component based web client development 

TMS FNC UI Pack: extensive UI controls library for both VCL Windows applications & FireMonkey cross-platform applications

TMS Aurelius: ORM framework for Delphi with full support for data manipulation, complex and advanced queries, inheritance, polymorphism, and more

TMS Flexcel for VCL/FMX: Powerful, extensive & flexible component suite for native Excel report & file generation & manipulation 

Also in the coming year 2022, we want to extend our academic offerings! Let us know what products you look forward to the most to join the TMS Academic family. Our team is listening!

Bruno Fierens


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