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Data ETL: Adding Custom LiveBindings To Your Apps

In the recent Data ETL focused TCoffeeAndCode episode there was some excellent discussion around the use of FireDAC to extract and manipulate data in various ways. The replay, in case you missed it, the replay video is linked below. Data ETL done the easy way – thanks to a tweet! We also – among many other things – talked about the benefits of LiveBindings. Literally ten minutes before we were due to start the webinar I came across a Tweet…

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Developer Stories: Pietro Ruvolo Shares His D.Fence Application

Pietro Ruvolo has been programming ever since 1988. He has a showcase entry (D.Fence) at the Delphi 26th Showcase Challenge and we talked to him about his programming journey over the years. Check out his website on D.Fence. When did you start using RAD Studio Delphi and how long have you been using it? I started programming in 1988 at the time of MS Dos, dBase III, and Clipper. Then at the release of Delphi, I switched to OOP programming…

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Have You Made Your Application Server HTTP/2 Ready?

In early 2015, HTTP/2 was introduced as the new standard by IESG. This standard makes your application faster, simpler, and more robust. In this article we take you through the differences between HTTP/1 and HTTP/2, the benefits and some key terms. Why should I use HTTP/2? Converting from using HTTP/1 to HTTP/2 brings the following benefits: HTTP/2 reduces latency by enabling full request and response multiplexing. Efficient compression of HTTP header fields. Support for request prioritization. Multiple concurrent exchanges on the same connections.…

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Example WebSockets Server And Client Chat Application

WebSockets are gaining more and more strength with the implementation in most browsers, including for mobile devices. This article introduces briefly, the concept of WebSockets, and creates a chat app using a websockets component for Delphi, by Delphi component provider Esegece. What are Websockets? The WebSockets protocol allows the creation of a client-server communication channel with bidirectional transmission where both sides (client and server) can transmit data simultaneously. WebSockets came to fill the shortcomings of the HTTP protocol for this…

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Quickly Build Powerful Executive And Admin Dashboards With Javascript

First impressions last, especially when you start working with a new framework or library. Many people struggle and it difficult and frustrating. That is why Sencha has put in the time and effort to make Ext JS accessible, no matter what your skill level is. This is because on your first contact with our framework it is important that you can familiarize yourself quickly and get started running basic code examples that show you its real potential. Today we will…

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Custom control development with TMS WEB Core for Visual Studio Code, an intern reports

At tmssoftware.com we love to have interns. I believe it is a fantastic experience to learn young aspiring software developers about Delphi, its eco-system, its amazing productivity and at the same time, absorb a lot of energy, get new fresh ideas and get to know what drives and motivates the next generation of software developers. So, also this school year, we had 2 interns learning all about Delphi, TMS WEB Core, Object Pascal, components and much more here at tmssoftware.com.…

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How To Visualize Data With D3 And JavaScript Using Treemaps, Heatmaps, And Pivot Heatmaps

The D3 package in Sencha Ext JS boasts several powerful components. By utilizing them, you can create amazing data visualizations that can help your business uncover valuable insights both easily and conveniently. In this post, we will discuss three of the most useful Ext JS native components: Treemap, Heatmap, and Pivot Heatmap. Let’s dive in. What is D3?   D3 (Data Driven Components) is a powerful JavaScript library. It enables you to produce dynamic and interactive data visualizations in the…

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How NIST SP 800-53 Revision 5 Affects Application Security

Published May 27, 2021 WRITTEN BY MICHAEL SOLOMON Michael G. Solomon, PhD, CISSP, PMP, CISM, PenTest+, is a security, privacy, blockchain, and data science author, consultant, educator and speaker who specializes in leading organizations toward achieving and maintaining compliant and secure IT environments. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is a non-regulatory agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce that, among other things, maintains physical science laboratories and produces guidance for assessing compliance with a wide range of standards.…

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Developer Stories: Georgi Todorov Gerasimov Talks Us Through His Sophisticated File Encryption App

Georgi Todorov Gerasimov has been using Delphi for many years. He has a showcase entry submission (FPS-SE) at the Delphi 26th Showcase Challenge and we got to talk to him about his great Delphi experiences throughout the years. You can purchase and download his application over at File Protect System website. When did you start using RAD Studio Delphi and have long have you been using it? We have been using RAD Studio/Delphi for years. The moment Delphi XE entered…

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Powerful Advanced Scientific Computing – it’s easy!

What is Scientific Computing? According to Golub and Ortega in 1992, Scientific Computing is the collection of tools, techniques, and theories required to solve mathematical models of problems in Science and Engineering. A majority of these tools, techniques, and theories are originally developed in Mathematics, which are many of them having their genesis long before the advent of electronic computers. Computation becomes crucially important in situations such as: The problem at hand cannot be solved by traditional experimental or theoretical…

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