The game of soccer is deceptively simple; guide the ball, using only your feet or head, and try to get it into your opponent’s net. Yet that simple set of instructions belies a game of great skill and cunning strategy worthy of any Army general or chess grandmaster. To get that leather sphere pounding in the back of the net requires guile and an understanding of physics and innate geometry combined with hand-to-eye coordination and a substantial level of fitness from the players. It may be called “the beautiful game” but it’s also the fiendishly frustrating game, too.
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A Delphi mobile app for soccer coaches
With Soccer Playview coaches and players can view animated plays, drills, and practice plans on their cell phone or tablet. Soccer plays, drills and practice plans can be created with the Soccer Playbook program from Jes-Soft, which is free to try and available at http://www.jes-soft.com/soccer/index.html.
Users can use the app on their desktop computers to create strategic ‘plays’ and practice plans, which can then be saved to a cloud-like G-Drive or DropBox. The saved plays can then be opened on the mobile device from those cloud locations. It’s a real shining example of Jes-Soft’s skills, but also the true power and overwhelming flexibility of Delphi and FireMonkey.
Get the resources you need to know more about the Hockey Playview app developed by Jes-soft and find screenshots of the game in this article.
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