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New TMS Book: Modern Application Development with Delphi


Thursday, December 21, 2023

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Holger Flick has just released a new book that promises to revolutionize your approach to application development. Introducing "Modern Application Development with Delphi," a comprehensive guide to crafting desktop applications with an added focus on API integration and ORM implementation.

This book takes you beyond the basics, guiding you through the creation of a non-trivial application. Holger leverages TMS Aurelius ORM, TMS FlexCel for dynamic report generation, and TMS XData for secure web service integration, unlocking the true potential of Delphi programming.

Discover the perfect blend of traditional and modern methodologies as you build an entity class model for flexible data management across diverse databases. Experience the speed and efficiency of TMS Aurelius, allowing you to perform ORM tasks without the need for intricate SQL queries.

This book provides comprehensive guidance on:
  • Building a non-trivial application with Delphi
  • Creating an entity class model for flexible data management
  • Using TMS FlexCel for dynamic report generation and exporting to PDF
  • Utilizing TMS XData for secure web services with token-based access control
  • Exploring the modern language features of Delphi

Whether you are a seasoned Delphi professional or a newcomer to the language, this book caters to all levels of expertise. It serves as a gateway for mastering modern software development techniques, ensuring that every software developer can benefit from its valuable insights.

Aaron Decramer


This blog post has received 1 comment.

1. Friday, December 22, 2023 at 9:51:02 AM

Greetings from the Czech republic, thanks to Mr. Flick for writing so useful printed books.
I''ve already purchased two other books from him (WebCore and TMS XData) and must confess they are very useful for modern programming in Delphi.

The order of the new book just has been placed:-)

Karel Janecek

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