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May 2017

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TMS XData REST Server on Linux - Step by Step - Part 5

TMS Software Blog – This is part 5 of the tutorial on how to create TMS XData and TMS Sparkle servers on Linux. On Part 4, we have added Sparkle to our Apache module, preparing it to receive any modules we want to add. And in this final part we will add the TMS XData module to it. Here is video for part 5: Adding the ...
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TMS XData REST Server on Linux - Step by Step - Part 4

TMS Software Blog – This is part 4 of the tutorial on how to create TMS XData and TMS Sparkle servers on Linux. On Part 3, we have created and deployed our first Apache Module using WebBroker. Now we're going to add TMS Sparkle to it. Here is video for part 4: Adding TMS Sparkle and using Sparkle modules in the Apache ...
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TMS XData REST Server on Linux - Step by Step - Part 3

TMS Software Blog – This is part 3 of the tutorial on how to create TMS XData and TMS Sparkle servers on Linux. On Part 2, we have installed PAServer and launched our first "Hello, World" console application on Linux. Here is video for part 3: Create and deploy an Apache module to Linux. We will use WebBroker to ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2017-05-23 13:04
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TMS XData REST Server on Linux - Step by Step - Part 2

TMS Software Blog – This is part 2 of the tutorial on how to create TMS XData and TMS Sparkle servers on Linux. On Part 1, we have installed Ubuntu and connected to it from Linux. Here is video for second part: Installing PAServer on Linux and running our first "Hello, World" application on it. To install PAServer, ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2017-05-22 07:04
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TMS XData REST Server on Linux - Step by Step - Part 1

TMS Software Blog – Latest versions of TMS XData and TMS Sparkle have been just released with a major feature: Linux support. You can now deploy your XData/Sparkle server to Linux using Delphi 10.2 Tokyo, and in this video/blog post series, I will show you how to create and deploy such a server step-by-step. Since some ...
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April 2017

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TMS FixInsight and the inline directive

TMS Software Blog – The Delphi compiler allows functions and procedures to be tagged with the inline directive to improve performance. If the function or procedure meets certain criteria, the compiler will insert code directly, rather than generating a call. Embarcadero docwiki gives a list of conditions under which ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2017-04-24 12:05
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TMS hands-on training day in Kortrijk, Belgium on June 8th

TMS Software Blog – TMS software organizes a new training day on Thursday June 8th in Kortrijk - Belgium. All day, sessions will be spent on TMS VCL components, TMS FNC components and TMS Cloud components with also sufficient session time allocated to handle your specific questions on TMS components. The sessions will ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2017-04-07 10:05
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TMS Aurelius, the ORM for Delphi: For Linux. For Free.

TMS Software Blog – Embarcadero has just released RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo, the latest version of the great Delphi/C++Builder development tools. And the greatest feature of this release is the ability to compile for Linux! After a few days following Tokyo release, we were glad to release a new version (3.7) of TMS ...
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March 2017

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Upcoming event: TMS Day in Fredericia, Denmark on May 18th

TMS Software Blog – We are excited to announce that Jens Fudge, Embarcadero MVP for Denmark, and TMS software are planning a TMS day in Denmark on May 18th. All day, sessions will be spent on TMS VCL components, TMS FNC components and TMS Cloud components and with also sufficient session time allocated to handle your ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2017-03-28 09:05
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Boost your productivity with TMS components & RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo

TMS Software Blog – Yesterday Embarcadero released Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo: https://www.embarcadero.com/products/rad-studio/whats-new-in-10-2-tokyo For our registered users, already several products are ready for this new RAD Studio version! So get started today with your Windows or cross-platform ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2017-03-23 12:05
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Introducing functional derivatives is easy

TMS Software Blog – The unique feature of Analytics library is symbolic derivatives calculation. The library provides the simplest way to get a symbolic derivative expression for almost any complicated expression. There are predefined derivative for all standard functions: trigonometric, hyperbolic, logarithmic and ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2017-03-20 12:05
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My Top 10 Aurelius Features - #1 Maturity

TMS Software Blog – Finally, My Top 10 Aurelius Features series has come to an end. And the number 1 of the list is Maturity. Aurelius has been first released in early 2012. Since then, in five years, it has received 33 releases! With the user feedback received during all the time, I’m confident that ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2017-03-19 22:04
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My Top 10 Aurelius Features - #2 LINQ Projections

TMS Software Blog – LINQ Projections is the runner-up feature of My Top 10 Aurelius Features. It's a sort of "sequel" of the #5 feature LINQ Expressions and Paging, and you can see it in action in the video below. You could consider that "LINQ Expressions" and "LINQ Projections" are just sides of the same feature. ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2017-03-06 20:04
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Who broke the SHA1 Algorithm?

TMS Software Blog – SHA-1 is a hash function developed by NSA and standardized by NIST in 1994. It is implemented in many Internet protocols using cryptographic primitives, such as TLS. Last week the CWI Institute in Amsterdam and Google announced the first practical collision for SHA-1, meaning that they actually ...
Details Favorite? Off-Topic? 2017-03-02 10:04
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Raspberry Pi to Delphi messaging with MQTT

TMS Software Blog – As promised in the blog about building a chat application with MQTT, here is a follow-up article on using the TMS MQTT client, this time to setup messaging between a Raspberry Pi and a Windows PC. The TMS MQTT client fully supports Lazarus and thus also targetting Linux and its variant Raspbian, so ...
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