RESTful Services with Delphi [Video]

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Learn
  • Design a Windows desktop application using Visual Component Library (VCL)
  • Code an Android application with FireMonkey (FMX)
  • Build a RESTful application on DataSnap with WebBroker
  • Work with data sources and embedded SQL Databases: FireDAC and dbExpress
  • Know how to solve a complex business problem of courier services
About

Nowadays, most web services work as RESTFul services. Enterprise systems are shifting towards micro-systems. With a RESTFul service, we usually have client applications operating on various platforms. At present, only one tool is capable of a building a RESTFul web service along with the client's applications using a single code base—an that's Delphi!

In this course, you’ll learn to use the Delphi IDE to construct a complete system. We’ll show you how to create Server, Android, and Windows clients in a fast and efficient way. You’ll learn to code VCL applications and work with embedded SQL databases. You’ll also develop a RESTful application based on DataSnap technology with WebBroker. Finally, you’ll build a complete courier software system using Delphi with a single codebase. This course assumes prior basic knowledge of the Delphi programming language and its IDE, together with basic knowledge of SQL.

All the code files and the related files are uploaded on GitHub at this link: https://github.com/PacktPublishing/RESTful-Services-with-Delphi

Features
  • Build a complete courier software system that consists of a RESTful server, Windows desktop, and Android application
  • Discover how and when to transform a RESTful architecture system to microservices using Delphi 10.2
  • Create native apps for Windows and Android with a single codebase
Course Length 1 hour 36 minutes
ISBN 9781789951882
Date Of Publication 6 Jan 2020

Authors

Gordan Paunovic

Gordan Paunovic is a Delphi developer with extensive experience in software development using suitable technologies. He worked on Trough carrier from small usually Windows utilities to large enterprise systems. He has been with Delphi since the Borland era and Delphi 3.2.

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