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Wednesday, January 12, 2022
The daily chore easily makes one forget the milestones reached and the goals ahead.
Release of TMS Web Academy
In the beginning of 2021, we launched our new platform TMS Web Academy, which is an online platform for bringing webinars to you where you can learn everything about our products. Since its launch, we already organized about 20 webinars that were free to attend. If you missed these, the replays are here. Of course, we continue along this path with new webinars for 2022 we'll shortly present. TMS Web Academy proved to be a welcomed replacement for live events we could not hold due to covid-19 as well as a way to reach more developers world-wide.
Launch of TMS Miletus
Miletus is our technology that enables you to create cross-platform desktop applications created with a single code-base and using web technology. Not only did we achieve to bring application generation for Windows, Linux and macOS from just your Delphi IDE running on Windows, we added to that also the Raspberry Pi OS target and we also added support in TMS WEB Core for Visual Studio Code. With Visual Studio Code, you can generate these types of applications directly from your favorite Windows, macOS or Linux machine.
Launch of TMS FNC WX Pack
High DPI to TMS FNC UI Pack
TMS FNC component support for TMS WEB Core for Visual Studio Code
In TMS WEB Core for Visual Studio Code, we added support to install 3rd party component packages. This enables to create distributions of additional components that can be installed also for design-time use in the Visual Studio Code IDE. With this package mechanism in place, our entire FNC component library can now be installed in TMS WEB Core for Visual Studio Code and taken easily advantage of in classic web apps, PWA's as well as Miletus technology based cross-platform desktop apps for Windows, macOS, Linux and Raspberry Pi.
Release of 4 major updates of TMS WEB Core
Numerous new features added to TMS FNC Maps
Support for RAD Studio 11 added to all products
Release of the third "Hands-on with Delphi" book
Our colleague Dr. Holger Flick presented his third book in the series Hands-On with Delphi. The book focuses on creating modern, multi-tier data driven Delphi applications with VCL, FireMonkey or TMS WEB Core client applications. It is an excellent source of information of how to best use several TMS components & products together with Delphi.
FNC FMXLinux support
In 2021, we also added official support for targeting the Linux operating system for FireMonkey applications with FMXLinux.
Two new academic licensed products added
Since its inception of our academic program, we have added in 2021 two new products: TMS Aurelius and TMS Analytics. Empowering students and teachers to get the maximum value out of the Delphi Community Edition, we gladly offer a range of fully free and fully functioning products. Also in 2022, we are looking at extending the family of academic licensed products from TMS.
Release of TMS Aurelius v5
New TMS Flexcel releases
New cross-platform, cross-framework printing support added in FNC
A maybe underrated new feature we brought in 2021 was printing support in FNC. While having printing support might not be an eye-catching feature, the power of printing support in FNC is that it will just work everywhere with the same code-base. So, you can start sending content to a printer from your Windows, macOS and Linux machine but also so your Android or iOS apps and yes, even from a web client application running in the browser!
TMS Analytics to TMS FNC Chart bridge
TMS XData Query Builder
Numerous TMS VCL UI Pack releases
Still our most used product, TMS VCL UI Pack features over 600 components to help you build feature-rich VCL Windows applications faster. With almost bi-weekly releases, TMS VCL UI Pack saw also in 2021 a constant stream of new features that were added and code improvements. One of the newer developments that certainly can make a big different in your applications in the TAdvWebBrowser component that is an Edge Chromium engine based browser. It offers a future proof browser engine for your applications, and in different TMS VCL UI Pack updates, we offered increasing levels of fine control over this browser and new features. We also significantly improved SVG rendering and the use of resolution independent SVG images for your high-DPI enabled UIs.
A thriller RADOween project
You can see the webinar discussing the thriller project here.
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