Testimonial

Alister Christie's 'Building Applications in Delphi Using the Visual Component Library' series is an easy to follow, to the point, and no-nonsense method for learning to program in the great language of Delphi. Among other things, Alister's series covers one of the most important, and incredibly vast, parts of the language, the component library. In a well versed, and incredibly easy to follow way, Alister takes each component in Delphi's library and talks about each one of their properties and events. The series' whopping coverage of Delphi components, Alister's incredibly easy to follow instructions, and his down to earth teaching approach, is what really sets this series apart from other training videos. As I mentioned to him already, "You keep making 'em Alister, and I'll keep buying 'em."

Troy Lamire

Home Products Video Android Clients with Delphi REST Servers - ADUG 2013

Android Clients with Delphi REST Servers - ADUG 2013

This video will give you an overview of how to write a Delphi REST server and then access it via an Android client, both of which we will write from scratch.  We will also look at a REST server that is in production and the Android application that uses it.

In March 2013 I had the pleasure of presenting at the ADUG Symposium, this was a one day event held in both Melbourne and Sydney.  It was well attended and and everyone seemed to enjoy my talk.  My presentation lasted hour and a half long and covers the basics of writing a REST server in Delphi and then consuming that service via a Android client written in Java.  During the preparation for my talk I did a screen recording and I also recorded both Melbourne and Sydney events. As part of this package you will get the screen recording (where you can see the code clearly) and the Melbourne event (which you can see both me and the screen).

Buy it now

 

 

Purchase includes

Screen Recording 1.5 Hours 188 MB
Live Recording from Melbourne - 720p 1.5 Hours 377 MB
Live Recording from Melbourne - 1080p 1.5 Hours 1,313 MB

I used Delphi XE3 for this presentation and it should also work in Delphi XE4, XE2 introduced the mobile connectors, so you will need at least this version.

Search

Banner

MVP Logo