Fearless Cross-Platform Development with Delphi

By David Cornelius
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About this book

Delphi is a strongly typed, event-driven programming language with a rich ecosystem of frameworks and support tools. It comes with an extensive set of web and database libraries for rapid application development on desktop, mobile, and internet-enabled devices. This book will help you keep up with the latest IDE features and provide a sound foundation of project management and recent language enhancements to take your productivity to the next level.

You’ll learn how simple it is to support popular mobile device capabilities such as sensors, cameras, and GPS. The book will help you feel comfortable working with FireMonkey, styles, and incorporating 3D user interfaces in new ways. As you advance, you’ll be able to build cross-platform solutions that not only look native but also take advantage of a wide array of device capabilities. You’ll also learn how to use embedded databases, such as SQLite and InterBase ToGo, and synchronize them with a custom back-end or RAD Server and finally deploy your complete end-to-end application suite to popular app stores.

By the end of this book, you’ll be able to deliver modern enterprise applications using Delphi confidently.

Publication date:
June 2021
Publisher
Packt
Pages
480
ISBN
9781800203822

About the Author

  • David Cornelius

    David Cornelius is a software engineer in the Pacific northwest of the U.S.A. with over 30 years of experience writing applications for education, research, finance, inventory management, and retail. He has been the coordinator for the Oregon Delphi User Group for two decades and keeps active in various online forums. David is the founder and principal developer at Cornelius Concepts, LLC.

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