Delphi Programming Projects (Packt)
Friday, 31 May 2019

Subtitled "Build a range of exciting projects by exploring cross-platform development and microservices", this book shows how to improve your Delphi programming skills by building robust applications for Android, iOS, and Windows platforms. Author William Duarte describes seven practical projects that show Delphi best practices, Delphi Run-Time Library (RTL) resources, and design patterns.Whether you use the Visual Component Library (VCL) or FireMonkey (FMX) framework, these design patterns will be implemented in the same way in Delphi, using Object Pascal.

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Author: William Duarte
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Date: May 2019
Pages: 248
ISBN: 978-1789130553
Print: 1789130557
Kindle: B07N8WNVGY
Audience:Delphi developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Other Languages

 

  • Get to grips with the advanced features of RTL
  • Understand how to deal with the paradigm change between multiplatform projects
  • Build rich interfaces with Google's Material Design features
  • Understand how to implement design patterns in Delphi
  • Turn a mobile device into a remote controller with app tethering technology
  • Build a multi-database system using VCL

 

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