Introducing Delphi ORM (Apress)
Friday, 30 August 2019

Subtitled "Object Relational Mapping Using TMS Aurelius", this book  introduces the fundamental concepts of object-relational mapping (ORM) design, basic features of Aurelius, and the practical applications of those features. Author John Kouraklis uses a series of tasks to illustrate the techniques and best practices for using Aurelius.The book looks at the use of ORM frameworks to provide a way to access and manage data in databases, introducing a layer between the application and the data access language such as SQL and LINQ.



Author: John Kouraklis
Publisher: Apress
Date: August 2019
Pages: 276
ISBN: 978-1484250129
Print: 1484250125
Kindle: B07VVPG55B
Audience: Delphi developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Other Languages

Topics covered:

  • Gain the fundamentals of ORM frameworks and Aurelius for Delphi
  • Achieve basic tasks, such as connecting to the database and adding, deleting, and updating records, using Aurelius 
  • Employ advanced database queries 
  • Use the TAureliusDataSet component 
  • Integrate with mobile platforms such as Android and iOS
  • Work with the data modeler application

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