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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).
This video is a continuation of Part 1 and 2 where we (very almost) conclude our coverage of TClientDataSet. We also cover the TDataSetProvider which allows us to (finally) connect to a real database, for which we use Interbase via Database Express (DBX4) - which is also covered briefly.
We now continue our journey learning about TClientDataSet, picking up from where we left off in part 1. In this part we finish covering the properties, events and methods of TClientDataSet that relate to local datasets (that is to say, not connecting to a database or multi-tier development). After finishing both Part 1 and 2 you should have a very good understanding of how TClientDataSet and it's ancestor TDataSet work.
In this video we begin our journey to produce data-aware applications. Before we can do this we need to understand how datasets work. Probably the most common dataset is TClientDataSet which is used extensively in all sorts of data-aware applications, making knowledge of it essential in building modern Delphi applications. In part 1 we take a close look at many of its properties and methods and using its abilities to load and save data to either a xml file or binary packet. Examples are done using the VCL and you should be able to follow along even with very old versions of Delphi.
Handling XML in Delphi can be tricky and the main tool to do this is the TXMLDocument component, which is not the most friendly tool to use. However in this video we strip away all the confusion and look at both producing and consuming XML. You will learn how to create XML files in a simple and straight forward manor and also how to read and process XML. We look at several ways of doing this, both when the structure of the file is known and unknown. We then look at some methods for manipulating the structure of XML files. Delphi XE3 is used throughout, and we build our example code using the FireMonkey framework (the examples are simple enough to translate into the VCL). The video is over an hour and a half long and anyone with a basic (or better) understanding of Delphi should be able to follow.
In this video we tackle two of the most complex Delphi components in the VCL: TListView and TTreeView - almost half of this video is dedicated to them. I find myself using TListView regularly in developing my VCL applications, so it is a very important component to cover. TTreeView is also important especially if you want to represent hierarchical information. In the second half we cover all of the dialog components, you will find yourself using the open and save dialogs all the time, so it is important to know them inside and out. In each video I cover a property that is used by most of the controls, this time we look at context sensitive help - a highly important topic for the usability of your applications.
The Fastest way to Learn Delphi just got Longer!
Yes that's right, it's back, it's better, it's part 2. This video continues on from where we left off in Part 1. We continue to examine of the Visual Component Library, enhance our Periodic Table, write a couple of new periodic tables (using a TGridPanel and TPaintBox) and look at how Drag and Dock works. Click the read more to see the full table of contents.
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The fastest way to get started in Delphi
In this video we cover building applications in Delphi from the ground up, we start with "Hello, World!" at the console and later build a periodic table of the elements, in between we look, in great detail, at about 20 VCL components and their properties. You can purchase the full video through share*it.
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