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Leak RESTful Services with Delphi


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Feb 25, 2019
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Video: .MP4, AVC, 1920x1080, 30 fps | Audio: English, AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch | Duration: 1h 36m | 831 MB
Instructor: Gordan Paunovic

Discover how and when to transform a RESTful architecture system to microservices using Delphi 10.​

Create RESTFul services with the power of Delphi IDE to solve a practical business problem
Build a complete courier software system that consists of a RESTful server, Windows desktop, and Android application
Create native apps for Windows and Android with a single codebase
Design a Windows desktop application using Visual Component Library (VCL)
Code an Android application with FireMonkey (FMX)
Build a RESTful application on DataSnap with WebBroker
Work with data sources and embedded SQL Databases: FireDAC and dbExpress
Know how to solve a complex business problem of courier services
Nowadays, most web services work as RESTFul services. Enterprise systems are shifting towards micro-systems. With a RESTFul service, we usually have client applications operating on various platforms. At present, only one tool is capable of a building a RESTFul web service along with the client's applications using a single code base-an that's Delphi!
In this course, you'll learn to use the Delphi IDE to construct a complete system. We'll show you how to create Server, Android, and Windows clients in a fast and efficient way. You'll learn to code VCL applications and work with embedded SQL databases. You'll also develop a RESTful application based on DataSnap technology with WebBroker. Finally, you'll build a complete courier software system using Delphi with a single codebase.
All the code files and the related files are uploaded on GitHub at this link:

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