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Create Delphi Web Applications Blazingly Fast With TMS WEB Core

Embarcadero MVP Marcos Moreira shows you how to use TMS WebCore and Delphi to make the most of your web development.

TMS WEB Core:

  • Modern SPA Web Application Model
  • Pure HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript based applications
  • Standard component framework for common UI controls and access to browser features
  • Open to consume other existing JavaScript frameworks & libraries
  • Offers Pascal class wrappers for jQuery controls from the jQWidgets library
  • Easy interfacing to REST Cloud Services including to TMS XData for database
  • Easy Deployment and more!

One of the most features in the TMS WEB Core is you can debug in Pascal code via the browser. In this CodeRage session, you can learn how to utilize this feature. 

Moreover, Marcos Moreira shows you how to manage JavaScript libraries and how to design your web applications easily with the Bootstrap by modifying the HTML code. 

Be sure to watch this session to learn more about the TMS WEB Core and its amazing functionalities!

Find out more about TMS Web Core over at TMS Software.


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Software Developer | B.Tech-CSE at AUT | Delphi/C++ Builder Enthusiast | Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador | Microsoft Azure Certified | Udacity Alumni
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