Supercharge Your Development Productivity
When someone writes as much code as you do, it is important to make sure you are getting the most productivity for your time. This webinar focuses on tools, tips, and techniques to supercharge your effectiveness. Get your work done quicker. It is up to you what you will do with your free time after that.
Introduction to Python GUI Development with DelphiVCL + FMX (Part 1)
Learn how Embarcadero's newly released free Python modules bring the power and flexibility of Delphi's GUI frameworks to Python. VCL and FireMonkey (FMX) are mature GUI libraries. VCL is focused on native Windows development, while FireMonkey brings a powerful flexible GUI framework to Windows, Linux, macOS, and even Android. This webinar will introduce you to these new free Python modules and how you can use them to build graphical users interfaces with Python. Part 2 will show you how to target Android GUI applications with Python!
Part 2 (Jan 26th): Python on Android with DelphiFMX - The Cross-Platform GUI Framework (Part 2)
Windows 11 Styles and Effects - Updating Your GUI
Windows 11 further evolves the Fluent design language giving applications a fresh, calm, and effortless feel. Join this webinar to better understand the Windows design language, what's changed, and how to make your applications look the best on the latest version of Windows 11.
Introducing Appercept AWS SDK for Delphi
Presenter(s): Stephen Ball, Marco Cantu, and Richard Hatherall
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is today the leading cloud service, with well over 50% of the entire business. AWS offers a very large number of services, from storage to orchestration, from AI services to data, and it’s leading a transformation in the IT world. Today, we are introducing the Appercept AWS SDK for Delphi (preview) as part of the Delphi Enterprise product, available to RAD Studio and Delphi Enterprise Customers. Come and learn about this new library and discover how Cloud based architectures are enabling businesses to innovate faster.
DelphiCon 2021: Things That You Don’t Know About JSON in Delphi
Presenter(s): Dion Carlos Mai and Gustavo Mena Barreto
An overview of different ways to deal with JSON in Delphi. How to speed up your time developing JSON parsers. What are New options in TJSONOptions.
DelphiCon 2021: APILayer: Features and Connecting with REST
Presenter(s): Victory Fernandes, MSC Engineer, TKS Software
In this talk, we will investigate the resources available in the most diverse APIs made available by APILayer and we will see how easy it is to connect RAD Studio with them through REST calls!
DelphiCon 2021: Building a Web Crawler Using Delphi and Python
Presenter(s): Maico Dal Ri and Dion Carlos Mai
How to get data from websites with Delphi integrated with Python, in one single application. Let's explore the source code of this solution.
DelphiCon 2021: Using C++Builder to Extend the Reach of Delphi
Presenter(s): David Millington Senior Product Manager, Embarcadero Technologies
Many people know you can mix C++ and Delphi in one app. But not everyone knows how, or even why you might do it. But there are lots of reasons - faster app performance for critical code, using the vast number of open source C or C++ libraries, even just the options a different language approach can give you to solving a programming problem. Join this talk to learn what C++Builder can offer to your Delphi app, and how you can easily make use of it from what feels like native Delphi code.
DelphiCon 2021: Delphi Best Practices: The Top Seven Things you Should be Doing
Presenter(s): Nick Hodges Software Development Manager, Gateway Ticketing Systems
Join Nick in this session on "Delphi Best Practices: The Top Seven Things you Should be Doing".
DelphiCon 2021: Fintech on the Ethereum Blockchain with Delphi
Presenter(s): Jim McKeeth and Stefan van As
Jim McKeeth teams up with Stefan van As to discuss the Ethereum blockchain, Smart Contracts, Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs), Decentralized Apps (dapps), Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO), InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), and more financial technologies (FinTech), all with practical examples in Delphi. This is a firehose of some of the latest and most exciting technology, and how to reach it all from Delphi.